These are DIY kits, no ready modules! Building these DIY kits happens on your own risk. We can't do support or give a guarantee for correct function, because that depends on your own skills. Be responsible and check the building instructions before you buy. Thank you!


Neutral Labs - Scrat

Scrat - user customizable Steiner-Parker filter. Scrat is an aggressive sounding multimode Steiner-Parker filter with a twist: You can change the resonance response by plugging in components like diodes, capacitors or resistors (even LEDs and/or light-dependent resistors) directly to the front panel. A set of preset cartridges is also available, which gives you instant access to a variety of filter sounds. You could even make your own. Or go all in and connect some jumper wires to a breadboard for pretty much endless possibilities.

The 2-pole filter (12 dB/octave) supports both high-pass and low-pass mode. Even without external components or cartridges, the resonance behaviour can be changed in various ways via switches on the front panel. A set of 4 preset cards called Nuts (Acorn, Almond, Cashew and Pecan) is also available.

 

Both resonance and cutoff can be fully CV controlled, and the cutoff CV sensitivity can be adjusted as well. The module contains an adjustable pre-filter drive circuit, which pairs very well with the Steiner-Parker design.

Power: 35mA @ +12V; 35mA @ -12V
Width: 9 HP
Depth:

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here. The assembly is really easy and suitable for beginners, no SMT parts.
DIY level: easy.

Neutral Labs - Scrat

90,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

Neutral Labs - Nuts

Nuts is a set of four preset cartridges for Neutral Labs Scrat. They give you instant access to a variety of filter sounds. Please read the Scrat manual to get a detailed explanation about how it works.

These are no DIY. It's SMD pre-soldered and ready to use with Scrat.

Neutral Labs - Nuts

15,00 €

  • 0,01 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

Neutral Labs - Meg

Meg is a unique kind of waveshaper. Instead of folding the wave back in on itself like a common wavefolder, it shifts parts of the wave up or down, with the shifting threshold being adjustable. The resulting 2 half-waves can be flattened one by one, essentially morphing into a half square wave and eventually a full square wave. Essentially, it will add pulse-width modulation (and more) to any kind of wave. Both knobs can be fully CV controlled.

 

Power: 12mA @+12V; 12mA @-12V

Width: 6 HP

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy. The assembly is really easy and suitable for beginners, no SMT parts.

Neutral Labs - Meg

49,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

Neutral Labs - Nermal

Nermal is a destructive distortion Eurorack module that has some unique sonic qualities. There are 3 levels of distortion ranging from subtle saturation to utter destruction. An integrated modulator can switch or even blend between these modes, with the modulation frequency going well into the audio range, in which case, interesting harmonics and artefacts can be created on top of the incoming audio. Nermal rewards experimentation and unexpected sweetspots can often be discovered along the way. In addition to the onboard modulator, there are external modulation options via control voltages (CV) for the most commonly used parameters. LFOs and envelopes work great, but audio signals are accepted as well and make for the most interesting patches. Check this video!

 

Power: 60mA @+12V, 5mA @-12V

Width: 14 HP

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy. The assembly is really easy and suitable for beginners, no SMT parts.

Neutral Labs - Nermal

95,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

Neutral Labs - Elmyra

This is a full DIY kit for the Elmyra, available with white & black panel. Elmyra is a Drone-Synth, a platform for sonic exploration inspired by the widely beloved Lyra-8. Elmyra is based on the Adafruit ItsyBitsy M0 Express microcontroller. Its 10-bit audio resolution already gives it a wonderfully gritty sound, and this circuit adds some nasty analog distortion to it. In this video you can check what it sounds like. The new v1.4 features now an audio input.

Here is a build & demo video  by Domestic Scene.

 

• 3 Voices

• Filter

• Delay

• Distortion

• Runs on 5V/USB powerby phone charger, laptop or power bank

 

Chromatic mode and polyphonic sequencer added in firmware v1.2, check in this video.

Audio Input added in v1.4.

 

All information needed for a full DIY build and the PDF manual can be found at the end of the text. If you want to mess with the code (you don’t have to), find it here. Drop Neutral Labs a message if you have any questions.

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions and manual can be found here.

DIY level: easy. All through-hole, no SMD parts to solder.

Neutral Labs - Elmyra

179,00 €

  • 0,85 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1