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Superbooth '16 - Day #2

superbooth-day-1aSuperbooth is on! It is good to see that either manufacturers are putting the final touches to one of their systems or coming up with great new additions to the eurorack world. Here are the videos from Day 2.

Tiptop Audio introduced the upcoming SD909 – Konstantin gave it a good tweaking as well:

Eowave, manufacturers of the famous Capsule Titan modular synth and body sensors for performances came to Superbooth with a new/old ribbon controller and modules including the Eowave Domino:

Waclaw from Bastl Instruments, the one and only creator of eurorack motor interfaces that you can hook up to acoustic instruments (or whatever you have on your mind) has come up with new sound processing tools this time:

Dan from Snazzy FX has a longer hair and new modules now! Here is a 2-pole resonant smudgy filter that can add harmonics (to my ear it is along the lines of the diode filters). The triple HiGain can adapt modular and line level signals with ease – or distort and waveshape stuff!

Soundmachines, the creator of brilliant touch controllers for modulars and the NS1 Nanosynth came up with a convincing hybrid analog voltage controlled synthesizer, the Modulör114:

Who wants the flattest modular system in the world? What is more, you can also create internal connections through pin headers to get rid off the spaghetti if you would like to with the Seismic Industries System 1 modules:

A good sounding battery powered ring modulator? Eurorack with banana and mini jack versions? Take a look at CG Products’ modular system:

Roll Your Own modules add all the things for you if you are on a budget and in need of DIY kits with good components! Their modules look and sound great and offer deep, creative and fun analog functionality, let that be sound processing, sequencing or logic!

The panel discussion with pioneers like Roger Linn and Robert Henke, also Tony Rolando from Make Noise could not go wrong in any way. Two videos from the panel discussion are available (one with the line audio and another with camera mic recorded – but kind of audible any way):

So that is it for Day 2 at Superbooth! Analogue Zone is coming up with new videos and streams today with a surprising live performance. 😉 If you don’t want ot miss anything, subscribe to their channel.