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Electrosmith MU Modules - Assembled and DIY
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Electrosmith
Hello!

We are very excited to announce a new line of MU modules!

Two designs are shipping today:
3340 VCO
2144 LPF

These are available assembled or as full DIY kits.
screaming goo yo
JohnLRice
I think this is pretty cool because not only are they priced low and offer assembled and kit versions (with all SMT pre-populated and nice build guides), they are also offering just the sub-modules separately, which are the main circuit SMT pre-populated PCBs and at very low prices like $15 to $30 so DIYers take note! Also, you can even get unbranded submodules to put into your own products if you want! See the FAQ:
Quote:
Q - Can I use your submodules in my new product?

A - Absolutely! We offer unbranded submodules that can be purchased wholesale. Send us a message through our online form and we can provide more details.


Yes, they've gone with more of a MOTM look with solid black panels and AlcoSwitch type knobs, like the Noise Engineering 5U modules, but if both of those companies keep bringing out modules and maybe others join in with that style, building small to medium sized systems that will not only look cohesive but be versatile and powerful? Om

sbuge
Very nice modules and good prices too applause
Are you USA based company?
josaka
nice.. like the look.. yet another walllet stamping..
I am trying to save up for something you bastards.
Never maintain cash savings again
daveholiday
I am not sold on the styling....but at the price.....YUP!

I have the Corsynth C110 and love it more than sex....sometimes

The 3340 VCO might have some competition in the near future but damn....the price....
JohnLRice
This is a demo of the eurorack version of the filter but the 5U should sound exactly the same. The first 2/3 of the video has good examples of how it sounds.
daveholiday
I just took a look at the build guide. Very clear and well written, looks to be a pretty simple build!
josaka
got that 80s electro vibe.. which I love..
korg poly 61 ...the electrosmoth filter and osc sound like this..
clue may be in the name. smile



prolly confuse most here.. smile
tardishead
Thats an all time classic tune
ba1
Can the VCO get into LFO territory?
JohnLRice
ba1 wrote:
Can the VCO get into LFO territory?
I'm not sure . . .the manual says the Coarse Frequency Knob has a range of 3.45 Hz to 34.5kHz, the Fine Frequency Knob has a range of 7 semitones Volt per octave voltage input can accept a range of -7.5V to +12V so . . . it "seems" if you were to set the coarse knob fully counter clockwise and then fed it several negative volts it would work as a slow LFO but there may be a limit to how slow it can go? seriously, i just don't get it
josaka
tardishead wrote:
Thats an all time classic tune


its odd.. most Americans are either unaware or dismissive of this 'ghetto' music.. but in the UK most from that era know/love it.. and it is reveered..
newcleus played in camden the other day..I went along and cosmo D said pretty much that as well.. "UK kept Electro alive ..in America we were dead.." yet another great American genre neglected by Americans..
soup
The young just eat their parents here. Electro gave birth to miami bass, freestyle and booty music which shaped southern hip-hop and whatever the kids are calling what they do now. Egyptian Lover even had a bit of a career resurgence lately. (I'm old so lately = the last 5 years or the massive attack joint.)

But regarding the original topic ... I built a pair of the electro-smith vco's from their submodules and sending -10v to the efm input will let you go pretty slow. It will stop/lock up if you zero everything but you can get down around 0.01 Hz before it does.
josaka
soup wrote:
The young just eat their parents here. Electro gave birth to miami bass, freestyle and booty music which shaped southern hip-hop and whatever the kids are calling what they do now. Egyptian Lover even had a bit of a career resurgence lately. (I'm old so lately = the last 5 years or the massive attack joint.)

But regarding the original topic ... I built a pair of the electro-smith vco's from their submodules and sending -10v to the efm input will let you go pretty slow. It will stop/lock up if you zero everything but you can get down around 0.01 Hz before it does.


I make electro now.. and still find the space synth genre still most alluring..
I dont find those 808 genres have any appeal for me.. Im just a kid a space kid @ heart..

electro also spawned the beast that is techno.. these days people are calling anything with a straight 4 beat and a synth bass techno. confused
synthcube
awesome

if you guys are up for making kits available via other sellers, we're in!!
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