Touell Skouarn Strakal Silisiom

The Strakal Silisiom is composed of two different fuzz circuits.

The two circuits share the same controls. The Fuzzes and EQ are slightly differents (great for strereo). You can output the Stereo signal by plugin a stereo cable or you can output a mono signal : Fuzz 1 - clock wise or Fuzz 2 - counterclock wise, or a mix of the two fuzz circuits by turning the morphing pot.

Features:

  • Selected Silicon transistors
  • Mono input
  • Stereo output - with stereo cable
  • Mono morphing output - with mono cable
  • Feedback (with cv control)
  • EQ (low / high)
  • Morphing (with cv control): Clock wise Fuzz 1, counter clock wise Fuzz 2


      

Eowave - Domino

The Domino by Eowave is a full synth voice in only 10hp.

While being small and pre-wired it features a lot of modular functionality with lots of inputs and outputs. For example, you can use the oscillator independently, due to the single waveform outputs, same is true for the envelope. Blend the saw and square wave with a dedicated mix knob, or replace one or both waveforms with external signals through the Mix 1 & 2 inputs. While not being a clone of that famous acid synth in any way, the Domino can be the favorite acid synth voice in your rack.

The Domino delivers classic, analog results and lots of modular flexibility – in this video we explore some of its sounds and capabilities.

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Genki Instruments & Supercritical Synthesizers

This video shows the Genki Instruments Wave ring in combination with the new Supercritical Synthesizers Neutron Flux Filter.

This patch has a LFO modulating the Antumbra Knit (a miniature Mutable Instruments Plaits) which has a single low frequency saw wave triggering the filter pings. Both cores of the filter are in use and spread with the stereo control. After the filter it goes to a miniature Clouds.

The Wave ring's rotation movement controls the filter FM and the gate starts and stops the tape. The control signals are tapped from the wavefront module.

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