Tag Archives: wavetable

Intellijel - Shapeshifter Gets New Firmware

The Intellijel designs – Shapeshifter has received its new firmware recently. Here is what we can highlight for you.
 
  • Intellijel designs - Cylonix Shapeshifter - a living legend among wavetable euroack oscillators
    Intellijel designs – Cylonix Shapeshifter – a living legend among wavetable euroack oscillators

    Everyone has liked the CHORD mode, in which the type can now be voltage controlled.

  • As more and more wavetable modules are equipped with wavebank selection or wavesurfing as it is called on the Erica Synths – Black Wavetable VCO module, it was time to get it done here as well.
  • The Shapeshifter has always been a complex synth module, which offered you to save your audio paintings: now the preset memory has 100 slots already!
 
The complete updates can be read here.

Erica Synths are getting into wavetable business

Having us teased with their graphic VCO and their PICO series recently, Erica Synths just came up with a brand new wavetable VCO.

black-wavetable-vco-1The Black Wavetable VCO seems to feature functions experienced modular users have already heard of: wavetables with morphing and CV control is something we have used in our beloved Braids and Morphing Terrarium, yet they managed to make it more compact and indeed, the waveforms do sound more fresh and adjusted. The module also features a sub-oscillator. Here is the video, worth watching from beginning to end. The module will ship with upgradable ROM chips with more waveforms to be announced.

New Surprises at NAMM '16 - Birdkids

NAMM has shown us a lot of surprises, but the Austrian restless manufacturers have come up with a lot of impressive modules.

birdkids

After conquering the oscillator market with The Bateleur – a full analog thru-zero VCO with a built in filter, the new Birdkids VCO modules are here. It’s a dual analog VCO and a wavetable VCO. Birdkids also came up with a CV bus, like in the Make Noise Shared Systems, however here you have extra logical functions as well.  Birdkids are here to stay indeed, and their modules have started forming a system of their own – who knows where they will end up in future?

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