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WTH ever happened to the Ursa Major Euro??
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Author WTH ever happened to the Ursa Major Euro??
soundsubs
i remember seeing it in a rack (from a NAMM show?) years ago now.
anything ever come of it?
shamann
It was Musikmesse, at the Schneiders booth. But I think it was only last year.

No idea what happened to it.
bubblesound
shamann wrote:
It was Musikmesse, at the Schneiders booth. But I think it was only last year.

No idea what happened to it.

i think i remember a rumor that it was going to be something like $1500... maybe that has something to do with it not happening.
NV
bubblesound wrote:
shamann wrote:
It was Musikmesse, at the Schneiders booth. But I think it was only last year.

No idea what happened to it.

i think i remember a rumor that it was going to be something like $1500... maybe that has something to do with it not happening.


The word from the designer was that it was going to be $995, which even so is probably one of the reasons it's been in limbo for a year. I personally wouldn't be too keen on spending $1,000 for a Space Station with only one preset and CV controls when I could spend a few hundred more and get the original Space Station with more presets, more controls, and versatile delay functionality.
suitandtieguy
are the microprocessors hand-etched by virgin elves in middle earth?



i don't make the cheapest stuff myself, i'm just curious why it is so expensive.
xpander
suitandtieguy wrote:
are the microprocessors hand-etched by virgin elves in middle earth?



i don't make the cheapest stuff myself, i'm just curious why it is so expensive.

the virgin elves are all hard at work on the ZOe.
fireclown
I want my Con Brio, in eurorack format.
suitandtieguy
the ZO is one complicated piece of analogue circuits, though. there are like 5 boards and a shitload of front panel controls.

this is a micro-based thing with not a very complicated control interface.
Peake
suitandtieguy wrote:
are the microprocessors hand-etched by virgin elves in middle earth?



i don't make the cheapest stuff myself, i'm just curious why it is so expensive.


They DO keep the price down, but the shipping delays....dang!
Veqtor
suitandtieguy wrote:
the ZO is one complicated piece of analogue circuits, though. there are like 5 boards and a shitload of front panel controls.

this is a micro-based thing with not a very complicated control interface.


+1

The price tag cracked me up... And that CV control system seemed really fishy. And with only one preset?!
hmmm..... very frustrating d'oh!
Kent
That particular constellation appears to have collapsed under the weight of its own price and will no longer allow any energy to escape.
bubblesound
xpander wrote:
suitandtieguy wrote:
are the microprocessors hand-etched by virgin elves in middle earth?



i don't make the cheapest stuff myself, i'm just curious why it is so expensive.

the virgin elves are all hard at work on the ZOe.

i prefer my elves to have a little experience under their belt
king fonk
As far as I know Ursa Major is still working on the Eurorack module. Development did not stop.
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