Next in the mutant series?

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Next in the mutant series?

Post by monoscan » Sun Sep 03, 2017 1:48 pm

I have a BD9 and rimshot in the mail from Detroit Modular arriving Tuesday. All I'm missing is the Mutant Machine, which I've heard mixed reviews on.

That aside, what do you expect / want next out of eurorack drum modules? I'd totally go for 909 hats / cymbals (because I doubt I'll get something to play R8 samples out of!)

I never thought modular drums would be as fun as they are, but I definitely have a3U 104hp case dedicated solely to my mutant modules. I love these!

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Re: Next in the mutant series?

Post by hexinverter » Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:06 am

monoscan wrote:I have a BD9 and rimshot in the mail from Detroit Modular arriving Tuesday. All I'm missing is the Mutant Machine, which I've heard mixed reviews on.

That aside, what do you expect / want next out of eurorack drum modules? I'd totally go for 909 hats / cymbals (because I doubt I'll get something to play R8 samples out of!)

I never thought modular drums would be as fun as they are, but I definitely have a3U 104hp case dedicated solely to my mutant modules. I love these!
Hey there! Glad to hear you are enjoying modular drums! They certainly get my gear jonesing sated as well...perhaps why I keep designing them!

Ah yes, the Mutant Machine can be a feisty machine. Based on user feedback, I've found that it's one that's hard to dive into without consulting the manual and spending a good bit of time with it.

I can't spill too many beans on the next Mutants yet but suffice to say that the ROM-based cymbals/hats in some of the legendary drum machines are not something that I have forgotten about in our plans for Mutant Drum aliens taking over the world :goo: :tu:
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Re: Next in the mutant series?

Post by monoscan » Wed Sep 20, 2017 1:30 pm

hexinverter wrote:
monoscan wrote:I have a BD9 and rimshot in the mail from Detroit Modular arriving Tuesday. All I'm missing is the Mutant Machine, which I've heard mixed reviews on.

That aside, what do you expect / want next out of eurorack drum modules? I'd totally go for 909 hats / cymbals (because I doubt I'll get something to play R8 samples out of!)

I never thought modular drums would be as fun as they are, but I definitely have a3U 104hp case dedicated solely to my mutant modules. I love these!
Hey there! Glad to hear you are enjoying modular drums! They certainly get my gear jonesing sated as well...perhaps why I keep designing them!

Ah yes, the Mutant Machine can be a feisty machine. Based on user feedback, I've found that it's one that's hard to dive into without consulting the manual and spending a good bit of time with it.

I can't spill too many beans on the next Mutants yet but suffice to say that the ROM-based cymbals/hats in some of the legendary drum machines are not something that I have forgotten about in our plans for Mutant Drum aliens taking over the world :goo: :tu:
Mutant Machine is still on my watchlist...I'll get one eventually. It seems like an awesome machine for happy accidents. Cant wait to see what is next!

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