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Norman_Phay
Someone just linked to this on the aH list. Bottom right hand of the rack:

http://s270.photobucket.com/albums/jj89/Shudder11/?action=view&current =IMG_3842.jpg

This has got to be pretty amazing, I'm thinking?
makenoise
Yeowsa!
Reptil
yes, no doubt...
























SlayerBadger!
felix
Hooray!!!
suitandtieguy
hey that's great to see.
timmah
holy shit yes. Ursa Major in a module!
ndkent
I don't know... digital device, all of 6 CV inputs... my take is does it step or not? If not then I'll give it props.
REwire
Is there some implication of a production run or is this a DIY? Figured the shot was to show the suitcase.
timmah
there's more than one around....

GeneralBigBag
Oh please let this be true. I can start repopulating my rack!
lightpolite
Wow. I better have a job before this gets released, assuming it doesn't fall into April fishiness. Notice that neither of them are patched up. Goldfish
tompty
woah!
now this is something i REALLY want

anybody have a bit more info whether this will make it into production?

i better start saving, this will be ridiculously expensive. Their desktop equivalent space station ( now discontinued i think?) hit around £850 mark!
indexofmetals
this might be enough to convince me not to sell my eurorack modules & doepfer portable case
richard
I would get excited, but this looks like a $1000+ module to me - so falling under the category of porn

but i do wonder if the CVs are nicely smoothed before hitting the digital? I haven't yet heard a really good CV controlled digital delay - just some "bad" ones which i love (tyme sefari, vesta kaza dig420)

my eventide eclipse doesn't even take midi that well!

Richard
sandyb
richard wrote:
I haven't yet heard a really good CV controlled digital delay - just some "bad" ones which i love (tyme sefari, vesta kaza dig420)
Richard


have a listen to the modcan one - it's very good
2012
sandyb wrote:
richard wrote:
I haven't yet heard a really good CV controlled digital delay - just some "bad" ones which i love (tyme sefari, vesta kaza dig420)
Richard


have a listen to the modcan one - it's very good


you mean,its top!
parasitk
sandyb wrote:
richard wrote:
I haven't yet heard a really good CV controlled digital delay - just some "bad" ones which i love (tyme sefari, vesta kaza dig420)
Richard


have a listen to the modcan one - it's very good


Although I haven't heard it in person, the clips of this are excellent (both posted here and on the ModCan page: http://modcan.com/modhtml/ddelaya.html)
Veqtor
Why aren't there any rotary encoders to select what algorithm to use?
haven
richard wrote:

my eventide eclipse doesn't even take midi that well!

Richard


have you tried the pedal ins? I use two expression pedals with mine and the sweep is smooth and glitch free so far.

I keep thinking I should try CV into those pedal ins, but I think there is probably more to it than that.
Kent
Hey, guys.

I'm going to drop a Musik Messe 2009 report once I've decompressed from the show. I'll confirm that the Seven Woods is real, but it is WAY too early to get excited by what is basically a barely functioning prototype that has had everything but the reverb stripped out of it. This is why it doesn't have an encoder for selecting the algorithm, Mr. Veqtor. You get just the one. It is also estimated to be 800€ at this point in time. The one in these pictures was working for a while, but died by the time that I got there. What was delivered to the show was not exactly what was discussed with the representative but it is definitely a work in progress.






I'd heard some people casting doubts about integrating studio gear into a modular format. Ideas and prejudices about how one preceded the other and n'er the two shall meet. Most of it came from this guy though:




Henfield
timmah wrote:
there's more than one around....



Just a little off topic, but that is a really cool wood and steel angled rack that the module has been racked into! I like how it looks with the wheels in the lower right! I think that this type of rack would be cool with a coulple of joysticks on the bottom as well! Is this enclosure commercially made? Does anyone have plans or drawings for this type of rack?

Thanks,

Henfield.......................
felix
Whoa, what exactly in the hell is an AutoRanging CV input?!

Color me intrigued!
Funky40
Kent wrote:



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it is coming.
it is expected to be around 600$
the Infos are from this thread:
http://www.sequencer.de/synthesizer/viewtopic.php?t=33370
Hr. Schulz is from schneiders Büro


Vermona seems to go into 5HE Modular
ndkent
For what it's worth the circa 2004 "enhanced" reissue by Seven Woods Audio was called the SST-206 and retailed for $1395. So maybe this is the "LE" version of it.
retrosynth
I received an email reply from Chris Moore with more information on the 201 today. I posted the reply and photo in a blog posting here:

http://blog.retrosynth.com/archives/2009/04/seven_woods_aud.html
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