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Preorders open: New Strymon Eurorack module, STARLAB – offering incredibly lush, ethereal reverbs, gorgeous chorus, flanging & modulated delays…plus Karplus-Strong string synthesis. ETA: End of November

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It’s been a while since high-end effects pedal brand Strymon released their first Eurorack module, MAGNETO – and when they do something, they like to do it right! So all that time has been well spent on its successor, STARLAB – a single effects module which offers incredibly lush, ethereal reverbs, gorgeous chorus, flanging and modulated delays. It can also create uniquely expressive synth voices with Karplus-Strong string synthesis, and can turn simple mono audio signals into vast stereo soundscapes.

We placed an order immediately it was announced, and the ETA for stock is the end of November. Preorders are now open!


AVAILABLE TO PREORDER HERE!!          STOCK ETA: END OF NOVEMBER


ABOUT STARLAB:

Expand the sound of your modular rack with incredibly lush, ethereal reverbs. Enhance signals with gorgeous chorus, flanging, and modulated delays. Create uniquely expressive synth voices with Karplus-Strong string synthesis. Turn simple mono audio signals into vast stereo soundscapes. StarLab is a single module that will completely transform your modular rack.

Development for StarLab began with one goal in mind: to provide the highest quality reverb possible for modular systems, perfectly tuned for immersive electronic soundscapes with a high degree of flexibility and creative control.

The seemingly simple idea of allowing the pre-delay signal to be fed directly to the module’s output led to the development of rich sounding delay, chorus, and flanger effects, all of which can be used together with or independent of the reverb.

While experimenting with short delay times using feedback and filtering, we began finding very musical and expressive Karplus-Strong string synthesis sounds, and realized that StarLab could move beyond signal processing and become a truly unique voice module as well.
All this ultimately resulted in the creation of a module that is equal parts reverb, delay/modulation, and playable instrument.