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More Bastl Instruments are here in new black panels, including TIMBER Serge-based Wavefolder and SKIS II Dual VC-Decay/Linear VCA

Bastl Instruments Matttech Modular 13.04.21

New black panel versions of the wonderful TIMBER Serge-based Wavefolder & SKIS II Dual VC-Decay/Linear VCA are now in stock, as Bastl gradually move all of their modules to the dark side.  We have played with both of these modules ourselves, and can heartily recommend them!

Also in stock in the new black panel design: DARK MATTER, CINNAMON, ABC MIXER & KOMPAS


AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE HERE!!


  • SKIS II – this module, in particular, is criminally overlooked in our opinion. If you want to turn any oscillator into a a drum sound, well this is the module for you! It features 2 voltage-controlled, super spiky exponential Decay envelopes (which remind us very much of the kind of shapes produced by Make Noise’s Maths)…along with 2 linear VCAs, which are internally normalised to the output of the Decay envelopes (but can also be used independently). Not only that, but they are DC-coupled, so can be USED on CV signals as well as audio – in order to control the level of modulation flowing around your system. All of this for just £129.. (NOTE: We also still have one SKIS II left in the aluminium/blue version)
  • TIMBER – this wavefolder offers an extremely wide range of timbres, and features an integrated vc-crossfader, voltage-controlled feedback, along with various different drive and fold modes. It can be used for traditional wave folding, or simply to add test and saturation to sounds. We lost many hours playing with this thing!

MATTTECH MODULAR & BASTL INSTRUMENTS:
We are now one of the UK’s leading suppliers of Bastl Instruments now, and have lots of other products either in stock, or listed as “stock available at our supplier”, who are UK-based and ship to us the same day your order is placed – meaning you’ll receive your item within 2-3 working days.
If they don’t have an item in stock, we don’t take orders for it, and show it as “out of stock”. Simple! 🙂