It’s hard to keep on top of the myriad of products available these days, but some of the more interesting designs emit from the darkened rooms of Bristol’s Future Sound Systems.
We have – somewhat belatedly – procured stock of the intensely patchable OSC2 “Recombination Engine” – a triple analogue voltage-controlled oscillator Eurorack module with a focus on a novel wave-splicing technique.
We have also obtained restocks of their affordable – and completely passive (no power required!) pin matrix MTX9, along with the gnarly, eccentric dual VCF/ sound mangler, the FIL3 SPECTRAL DEVASTATOR! This is an updated version of the original “FIL2” design, and offers a whole host of new features. Whilst the FIL2 always imparted its brutality on to input signals, the FIL3 gives more control over the behaviour of both filter sections.
MAKROW – developed with Daniel Miller of MUTE Records – is a modular patch macro-controller, designed with live performance in mind. It allows for dramatic control sweeps & massive sounding patch changes, all at the turn of a single knob.
…and if it’s a space-efficient, low cost 4 channel mixer in 4hp you’re after…the MX1 has you covered!
We are also aiming to keep many of their other designs in stock again, especially the popular GRISTLEIZER modules – a range designed in collaboration with Chris Carter from Throbbing Gristle, and based on a unit they used extensively on both their live and recorded output.
AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE HERE (LIMITED UNITS AVAILABLE)