MUFF WIGGLER Forum Index

 FAQ & Terms of UseFAQ & Terms Of Use   Wiggler RadioMW Radio   Muff Wiggler TwitterTwitter   Support the site @ PatreonPatreon 
 SearchSearch   RegisterSign up   Log inLog in 
WIGGLING 'LITE' IN GUEST MODE

New MU module manufacturer : Corsynth
MUFF WIGGLER Forum Index -> 5U Format Modules Goto page 1, 2, 3, 4  Next [all]
Author New MU module manufacturer : Corsynth

Thalassa

After few months of hard work today is my big day!!! I'm starting my own company !!! It's peanut butter jelly time! It's peanut butter jelly time! It's peanut butter jelly time!

Corsynth.com

The first module that I'm selling is a four pole low pass filter based on four cascade OTA-stages.

Sorry for this shameless self-promotion oops but I feel really excited about this smile It's motherfucking bacon yo It's motherfucking bacon yo It's motherfucking bacon yo


Bryan B

I wish you the best of luck in your new venture!


Thalassa

Thanks smile


Just me

Nice looking module. Glad to see more options in the 'fray'.


bwhittington



I like the look of the filter. Four modulation inputs . . . yay!

Do you have any demos posted? Seems like you might from a previous mention of the module. Have you calculated shipping costs to the US yet?

Cheers,
Brian


Christopher Winkels

Bryan B wrote:
I wish you the best of luck in your new venture!


Let me echo Bryan's sentiment.

Please post more info and sound samples ASAP!


Thalassa

I have audio demo at the website but no video yet.

http://corsynth.com/home/modules/c101-filter#sounds

Shipping costs to US would be something between 15-22€ by normal mail.


JohnLRice

Looks and sounds nice! applause






Christopher Winkels

Thalassa wrote:
I have audio demo at the website but no video yet.

http://corsynth.com/home/modules/c101-filter#sounds

Shipping costs to US would be something between 15-22€ by normal mail.


Oops, I missed that! I guess I didn't scroll down enough.


Thalassa

Christopher Winkels wrote:
Oops, I missed that! I guess I didn't scroll down enough.


No problem smile


7thDanSound

Congrats and good luck!


ping panic

Ya me estas mandando uno!


nerdware

Hurrah! Now post some demos. razz lol


fac

Best of lucks with your business.

I know it may be too soon to ask, but what else do you have planned? I'm not sure I need another LPF right now.


suitandtieguy

very wise of you to have separate PCB for the core and the front panel.

i want to trade modules sometime.

good luck and welcome.


bwhittington

nerdware wrote:
Hurrah! Now post some demos. razz lol


By the third request, it's safe to say that several of us are missing the demos in your website navigation. Obviously they are right there, but it might be good to consider adding a page jump.

Cheers,
Brian


Morley

Looks nice!
What other modules are planned??
Hope it works out business wise.


nerdware

bwhittington wrote:
nerdware wrote:
Hurrah! Now post some demos. razz lol


By the third request, it's safe to say that several of us are missing the demos in your website navigation. Obviously they are right there, but it might be good to consider adding a page jump.

d'oh! Sorry about that, Thalassa. It sounds very tasty!


Thalassa

bwhittington wrote:
nerdware wrote:
Hurrah! Now post some demos. razz lol


By the third request, it's safe to say that several of us are missing the demos in your website navigation. Obviously they are right there, but it might be good to consider adding a page jump.

Cheers,
Brian


Thanks for pointing that. I've changed the navigation menu to be more clear. Now the links are at the top of the page just after the module name.


Thalassa

And thanks to all for your support!!


Just me

My idea for your next module. (Because it is something I need and was just starting to research.)
A 1MU panel with 5 inverters and 2 rectifiers. No attenuators or fancies. Just a simple utility module.


Jsantos360

Best of luck to you! I might swoop one of your filters......once I've paid off serveral other modules that are in the works, lol!

Great to see a new name in the hat thumbs up


MN3005

Awesome work! It both looks and sounds great!!! I cant wait to see what else you have in store!!


Christopher Winkels

Yeah, listening to those samples I head some of that '80s Roland-ness that's been missing from MU/5U land. applause


diophantine

Great! Sounds nice and looks real good. Congrats!

How would this compare to something like an Oakley COTA?

MUFF WIGGLER Forum Index -> 5U Format Modules Goto page 1, 2, 3, 4  Next [all]
Page 1 of 4
Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group