March 28, 2006

Messe: Cwejman module pic...

by Chris Randall
 




Shawn from Analog Haven is at Musik Messe this week, and is promising to send me many pictures of cool shit. Above is the first of many, an image of the entire Cwejman modular lineup. Click the image for a high-res version.


This looks like a pretty nice system to me. Quasi-typical, but there are enough modules in the initial lineup to make a reasonably sophisticated system, from the looks of things.

 
 
 

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Mar.28.2006 @ 10:09 PM
DoktorFuture
These are great modules. They clearly have a lot of attention to detail and plenty of fun modulation. They innovate with more modulations than almost everyone I've seen, and that's a great thing. I hope they sell piles.

These are not 'quasi-typical', esp due to their extensive modulation options. I shall dream of all that can be done with these puppies.

The livewire stuff is sort of cool, but also sort of lame random number generator. I mean, check this vid:

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It's a holiday crossed with vegas crossed with a noise generator. I need better videos to decide on their gear :)


(The Cwejman would be ultra perfect if they were bananas and in modcan format :) haha)

I'd love to buy them but I am deep in debt with Modcan and Blacet style modules converted to Bananas. And my brain can't cope with another form factor just yet.

 
 

 
Mar.29.2006 @ 9:15 AM
SynthBaron
Ahh, it's so nice to have an LFO with selectable reset point like the <a href=link [www.moogarchives.co...];Moog">link [www.moogarchives.co...] 921</a>. Guess I bugged the shit out of ya enough, eh Shawn...
 
 

 
Jul.03.2007 @ 3:21 AM
erichzann
I signed on just to agree with axvx. These modules may be designed with the basics in mind but they are stuffed with functionality. Maybe "quasi-typical" compared to buchla-esque modules, but I just want to say I just had the chance to fool with a buchla, and it was dissapointing to the point of being surreal. Even the guy who owned it, who I would assume knew how to use it came up the nerdiest shit I've heard in my life. It was as musical as the snap, crackle, pop of rice crispies.
 
 

 
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