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Transistor Sound Labs – Stepper Acid [mylar melodies]

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Mylar Melodies is at it again, with another inspiring and eminently watchable video…this time on the Transistor Sound Labs STEPPER ACID.

This module allows for a huge amount of programming, without ever interrupting the flow of a sequence – perfect for live use. Its mini-keyboard makes for intuitive programming on the fly, and it is designed & built in the UK – making it comparatively much cheaper than other competing products in these troubled times!

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4MS – Spectral Multiband Resonator [divkid]

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What exactly IS a “Spectral Multiband Resonator”, and why exactly do so many people want to own one? DivKid Ben takes us deep into the ghostly realm of 4ms’ machine……..

All manner of extreme EQ, percussive bonks and spooky ethereal harmonies can be wrung from this thing.

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Sputnik Modular – Four-Tap Delay / Dual Crossfader [divkid]

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This is another module in the Sputnik Modular range that offers a wealth of patching possibilities in a relatively affordable package. All possible patch points are fully utilised on this unit, and you actually have to connect up your own delay feedback paths – which might sound laborious until you realise the patching stimulation this induces.

“What happens if I run the feedback output through a wavefolder, and then a bitcrusher?” Well, any of such options are at your fingertips with this module.

Ben “divkid” Wilson puts it through its paces in this video.

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A further video demonstrating some inventive patching can be seen below:

 

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