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Accutronics - Spring Tank L (9EB2C1B)

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Genuine Accutronics/Belton Spring Reverb Tanks. We have tested these with the Music Thing Spring Reverb and found they produce high quality and springy responses! All reverb tanks include 1M RCA cable.Medium – 9EB2C1BFeatures:• Springs: 3• Delay Type: Medium• Tank Dimensions: 42.5 x 12 x 3.3cm• Input Impedance: 800 Ohms• Output Impedance: 2575 Ohms• Mounting: Horizontal Open Side Down• Connectors: Input Insulated – Output Grounded
€47.60*
Accutronics - Spring Tank M (8EB2C1B)

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Genuine Accutronics/Belton Spring Reverb Tanks. We have tested these with the Music Thing Spring Reverb and found they produce high quality and springy responses! All reverb tanks include 1M RCA cable.Medium – 8EB2C1BFeatures:• Springs: 3• Delay Type: Medium• Tank Dimensions: 23.5 x 8.5 x 3.3cm• Input Impedance: 800 Ohms• Output Impedance: 2575 Ohms• Mounting: Horizontal Open Side Down• Connectors: Input Insulated – Output Grounded
€38.08*
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Befaco - Oneiroi

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Experimental synth voice focused on ambient pads and drone-like soundscapes.Features:• Stereo External input with selectable gain.• 5-second looper Records either the stereo input or the module’s output• Sine oscillator• Supersaw oscillator• Wavetable oscillator that uses the Looper buffer• Multimode filter: low-pass, band-pass, high-pass, and comb filter.• 3-band resonator• 2-tap echo• Reverb with macro control for size, filtering, and direction.• CV Control with attenuators on most parameters.• Various types of self-modulation with configurable routing and control over level and speed.• External synchronization via sync input.• Powerful randomizer with four different targets, three levels of intensity and undo/redo.• Knobs catch behavior functionality for re-coupling parameters’ positions.DIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€329.00*
Befaco - Spring Reverb

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This is our take on an analog spring reverb module. Featuring VCAs for the two available inputs (with different routing), CV control for DRY/WET and visual feedback for signal levels at input and output of the tank.Reverberation can be defined as the sum of all the reflections created from an initial sound source within a space, at a point within that space, over time.To simulate this effect we can pass a sound through a spring with two transducers at either end. As the sound propagates it will cause the spring to expand and contract, creating a series of reflections that are picked up by the transducers (along with the original sound). This creates a simulation of reverberation with (in the case of spring of the reverb) a characteristic and classic colour.Electronically generated audio will usually sound starkly different to acoustically generated sound. This is more-often-than-not a desirable thing, but there are times when you might want to bring the “depth” of an acoustic environment back into your mix.The obvious difference between acoustic and synthesised sounds is that acoustic instruments have resonators, and exist in reverberant spaces. One way to add depth to an electronic sound is to somehow simulate the characteristics of a space, and mix this with the original signal.Features:• Two CV controlled audio inputs. In 1 (routed to Dry) and In 2 (routed directly to the tank)• Two independent Mix and Wet output.• High-pass filter on tank’s input to control the colour of the reverberation.• Vu-Meter to visualize level on Wet output.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€154.70*
Djupviks Elektronik - Bunker Archeology

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This module simulates the sounds of a Bunker by pushing a digital reverb tank to it’s limits, then adding in feedback and static tremolo circuits!Bunker Archeology is a 12HP Eurorack module and the world’s first ”bunker simulator”. The module is composed by two different sections: an overdriven digital reverb “tank” as well as frequency driven tremolo/VCA. The module is normalised so the incoming signal is first sent to the reverb and then to the static (tremolo) circuit. The latter can also be used as a crude (albeit backwards) VCA. However one can easily self patch the module so the signal goes the other way around by inserting an incoming signal to the “Static in” and patching “Output” to “Bunker In”.Using “Bunker Input” you can attenuate the incoming signal, this is helpful since the reverb tank is pushed to its very limits. Depending on how you attenuate the incoming signal (also of course depending on how “hot” the incoming signal is, digital oscillators for instance tend to be a lot hotter) the module will behave differently, not just in regards of distortion. You can regard the whole circuit as a bastardized envelope follower of sorts (that being said placing a VCA before the input is usually a fun idea, or any modulation of frequency really). When the modulation switch is switched on (ie. Downwards) it causes the reverb tank to gradually shut down (or attacking itself), shorting out the tank using a LDR and a LED. This creates interference and noise which is sent to the static circuit. It can be used for drones (shaped with the acoustics knob) or percussive sounds. The modulation knob lets you dial in the amount and character of that sound and how much of the tank that should be shorted. This knob also has CV control (expecting 0 to 5V and ignoring negative voltages).The kit includes all parts to build the module EXCEPT the reverb brick, which you can get here: http://www.banzaimusic.com/Accutronics-Digi-Log-BTDR-3H.htmlThe “Acoustics” knob lets you change the overall acoustics of the bunker which in turn effects how static behaves . Since the static circuit is frequency driven, altering the frequency changes the overall behaviour of the static circuits speed and/or stuttering. Feedback is the amount of signal being fed back into the reverb tank. “Reverb Out” is a dedicated output for the reverb section and can be used for mixing downstream in your rack for those times you don’t want the static interference, just a grainy lo-fi reverb). You can of course also use an external mixer to combine the two outputs. Plugging in a cable into the “Reverb Out” will not stop sending the reverb signal to the static circuit.“Static in” is a dedicated input for the static circuit. Plugging in a cable here will remove the reverb from the static circuit completely (but still present at the reverb out, as described above). The “Divisions” switch determines the overall speed of the static circuit. There are three different options. The CV input on the static side of the module lets you replace the frequency driven tremolo with a positive CV. Remember that this works as a backwards VCA, ie. shutting the signal up when voltage goes high and leaving it audible when voltage is low. It expects a 0- 5V incoming signal and might not track your incoming envelope perfectly but it does its job! The CV knob lets you either dial in the tremolo amount (when no cable is inserted into “CV”) or attenuates the incoming CV signal. At about 11-12 a clock using the tremolo it should chop the sound up in and makes it grainy. Feeding this CV input an audiorate signal creates bell like tones (similar to a ring modulator) or bitcrushing sounds depending on the division setting and the modulating waveform. This is made possible by using a lighting fast transistor based optocoupler rather than the much more sluggish, standard LDR/LED or vactrol configuration. The “Output” is the end station of the module, when nothing is plugged into “Static In” it contains the reverb and the static circuit in series, when the input to the static circuit is used it just contains the static out. Which means you can use either half of this module if you want, or both, or use the reverb to effect one sound and the static a different sound in patch.The input attenuator, the acoustic knob, feedback, modulation and static CV amount are all meant to play around with, there are usually several sweet spots here, but remember it is also affected by your incoming signal. Try different incoming signals, and see what you like (VCA’s and filters are usually a good idea too to alter the signal before it hits the bunker). It is also possible and encouraged to use this module without any incoming signal, just turn the modulation switch and introduce noise/drones to the static circuit. Use acoustics and feedback to shape it. Use a 0-5v incoming CV signal to effect the LED/LDR and making different sounds and volume (usually a lower setting on the CV pot here causes bigger changes when using incoming CV). Plug in a steady, or polyrhythmic clock into the static CV in. What do you hear?DIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€148.75*
Frequency Central - Stasis Leak

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DSP based stereo chorus/tap delay/plate reverb module. Stasis Leak is a 6 HP 48kHz DSP effects module, providing a choice of stereo chorus, stereo plate reverb and tap tempo delay. Stasis Leak is based around a Belton ABE-FX sub board, which in turn is based around a Coolaudio V1000 chip.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€102.00*
Music Thing Modular - Spring Reverb

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This is a full kit that for the MTM Spring Reverb main module, except the spring tank or digital brick. The Music Thing Spring Reverb mk2 is a flexible, easy-to-build voltage controlled DIY mono spring reverb module. Traditional guitar reverbs are tuned to the sound of the guitar and the amplifier it is played through. This circuit is different; designed to be relatively clean and hi-fi, with a lot of bass response. Use real spring reverb tanks, or solid state reverb bricks.New Features of the Spring Reverb mk2 include:• Internal Feedback control with CV input, dedicated attenuverter and with invert switch for maximum feedbackiness• Wet out and feedback in sockets for more flexible patching• 3HP Expander – allows for instant switching between reverb brick and spring tank – or set a blend between the two• Expander also allows for front panel send and return to spring tank.• New improved circuitMore Features:• Works with a variety of spring reverb tanks (optional), or with the Accutronics BTDR-2 reverb ‘brick’ designed by Brian Neunaber (optional)• Vactrol (VTL5C3) crossfade between dry and wet (vactrol circuits are variable in their ability to go completely 100% wet, like the Make Noise Echophon for example)• Tilt EQ on the reverb send to tune the voice of the reverb• X-Fade input so the module can also be used as a standalone vactrol crossfader (crossfade demo)• Feedback circuit with positive and negative phase• Attenuverter on the crossfade CV input• 6HP wide (NB: If using the brick, mounted horizontally, the brick extends 5mm over the PCB to the left of the module, around 25mm back from the front panel, so mount the reverb next to a shallow module)• Expander with Front panel mount Phono sockets & Crossfade between reverb types.Instead of the reverb tanks you can use a digital brick, which you can find at Banzai Music http://www.banzaimusic.com/Belton-ReverbsFeatures:We provide genuine Accutronics/Belton Spring Reverb Tanks separately, have a look in our shop. They produce high quality and springy responses!Medium – 8EB2C1B Springs: 3, Delay Type: Medium, Tank Dimensions: 23.5 x 8.5 x 3.3cm, Input Impedance: 800 Ohms, Output Impedance: 2575 Ohms, Mounting: Horizontal Open Side Down, Connectors: Input Insulated – Output GroundedLarge – 9EB2C1B Springs: 3, Delay Type: Medium, Tank Dimensions: 42.5 x 12 x 3.3cm, Input Impedance: 800 Ohms, Output Impedance: 2575 Ohms, Mounting: Horizontal Open Side Down,DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€117.90*
Music Thing Modular - Spring Reverb Expander

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The passive Spring Expander adds phono sockets on a separate front panel plus adds a blend knob for brick/tank.• This is a very simple passive expander for the revised Spring module, which brings the phono connections to the front panel — ideal for smaller cases — and adds a simple mix control to blend real spring tanks with the solid state reverb 'brick'.• The main reverb module has phono sockets on the back, so you can put a reverb tank inside your modular case. Often, you might want to mount the spring tank outside the case; for small cases, or for access to the springs — stroking them or muting them or ‘preparing’ them in some way. This little 3hp expander makes that simple.• The panel is designed to be reversible, depending how you want to arrange the cable to your spring tank.• The expander also has a simple mix pot to blend the spring and brick reverbs together — this is a really nice effect, particularly when using feedback.• Weird patch trick: If you use the expander with a brick, but without a spring connected to the front or back of the module, the spring drive circuit will overdrive massively (the spring pickup is part of the feedback loop of an op amp, so without it you get open loop gain). Fading across to spring and playing with feedback and EQ can get some really crunchy, squeaky extreme distortion that can be quite controllable with the blend control.• If you want to know more about spring reverb than you ever thought possible, enjoy my Medium post Everything I know about spring reverb.• This is a very simple build - just a potentiometer and a couple of wires soldered onto the PCB, but if you have any trouble the best place to find help is in the Spring Reverb Github Issues List. Remember to search for closed issues as well as open ones.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€34.50*
Neutral Labs - Elmyra 2 (Euro)

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This is the Eurorack version of Elmyra 2, it is available in black and white. Elmyra 2 is a 4-voice digital/analog hybrid platform for microtonal sonic exploration, capable of creating anything from lush ambient soundscapes to gritty droning textures and shrieking noises, available as a 42 HP Eurorack module or semi-modular desktop synth. With 31 modulation targets, 4 polymetric sequencers, delay, additional per-voice effects, a choice of various filters, as well as onboard LFOs and utilities, it is essentially a purpose-built small modular system in itself. A set of preset cards (included) or electronic components like capacitors or diodes can be plugged into the front panel in order to change the sound character.Features:• 4 independent voices activated by touch or CV• wavetable-based complex oscillator engine, up to 12 oscillators in total, 1V/octave compatible• chromatic mode makes chords and harmonic sounds possible, microtonal scales supported• 41 patch points• 31 modulation targets• touchpads with analog envelopes that can be used as modulation sources• resonant filter switchable between:• boomy and aggressive multimode 2-pole state variable filter (low-pass, band-pass, high-pass)• creamy 4-pole low-pass ladder filter• delay with unhealthy amounts of feedback• lo-fi reverb• analog OUCH circuit: a unique combination of destructive distortion, waveshaping and filtering• sonic character can be customised by using special preset cards (set of 4 included) or components like diodes that can be plugged into the front panel• preset cards can be used with other Neutral Labs modules• external audio can be processed via audio input• 9 per-voice modulations and effects:• unison detune• dual sub-oscillators• saturation• bitmangler• sample rate reduction• noise• high-pass filter• low-pass filter• 2 LFOs: 1 sine, 1 complex morphable• 4 sequencers with arbitrary step length per voice (up to 128), allows polymetric structures• delay time and LFOs can be clock-synced or unsynced (tap tempo is also possible)• utilities• dual attenuator/buffered multiple/voltage generator• CV summing circuit• case made of plant-based bioplastic and native German oakwood• boutique synth handmade in GermanyDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€329.00*
Neutral Labs - Elmyra 2 (Standalone)

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This is the standalone version of Elmyra 2, it is available in black and white. Elmyra 2 is a 4-voice digital/analog hybrid platform for microtonal sonic exploration, capable of creating anything from lush ambient soundscapes to gritty droning textures and shrieking noises, available as a 42 HP Eurorack module or semi-modular desktop synth. With 31 modulation targets, 4 polymetric sequencers, delay, additional per-voice effects, a choice of various filters, as well as onboard LFOs and utilities, it is essentially a purpose-built small modular system in itself. A set of preset cards (included) or electronic components like capacitors or diodes can be plugged into the front panel in order to change the sound character.Features:• 4 independent voices activated by touch or CV• wavetable-based complex oscillator engine, up to 12 oscillators in total, 1V/octave compatible• chromatic mode makes chords and harmonic sounds possible, microtonal scales supported• 41 patch points• 31 modulation targets• touchpads with analog envelopes that can be used as modulation sources• resonant filter switchable between:• boomy and aggressive multimode 2-pole state variable filter (low-pass, band-pass, high-pass)• creamy 4-pole low-pass ladder filter• delay with unhealthy amounts of feedback• lo-fi reverb• analog OUCH circuit: a unique combination of destructive distortion, waveshaping and filtering• sonic character can be customised by using special preset cards (set of 4 included) or components like diodes that can be plugged into the front panel• preset cards can be used with other Neutral Labs modules• external audio can be processed via audio input• 9 per-voice modulations and effects:• unison detune• dual sub-oscillators• saturation• bitmangler• sample rate reduction• noise• high-pass filter• low-pass filter• 2 LFOs: 1 sine, 1 complex morphable• 4 sequencers with arbitrary step length per voice (up to 128), allows polymetric structures• delay time and LFOs can be clock-synced or unsynced (tap tempo is also possible)• utilities• dual attenuator/buffered multiple/voltage generator• CV summing circuit• case made of plant-based bioplastic and native German oakwood• boutique synth handmade in GermanyDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€379.00*
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Synthux Academy - Touch 2

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Discover the Touch 2, an instrument designed for hands-on control and tactile interaction. Easily upload different instruments via USB and start playing instantly!Open source instruments included: BASS // STRING // LOOPER // FX // DRUMS // SLICERCheck out the product page for the complete instrument list, download links, and videos. https://www.synthux.academy/simple-synth/touch2Key Features:Swappable Faceplates: Includes 4 different faceplates for versatile performance.12 Touch Pads: Experience a responsive, tactile performance every time.Powered by the Daisy Seed microcontroller, the Touch 2 delivers incredible sound quality with any instrument you load onto it. Plus, it's fully programmable! Create your own unique instruments using C++, Arduino, Max, or Puredata.Upgrade your music-making experience with the Touch 2. Order now and elevate your performance!Features:• Programmable. All Simple kits come with the Daisy Seed microcontroller and access to our introduction to synth programming video course.• Open source instrument on Github.• Each kit comes with a video course teaching sound fundamentals: https://learn.synthux.academy/• Powerful music instrument for live performances.DIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€141.00*