October 2, 2006

New Cwejman Modules...

by Chris Randall
 

I don't know if you noticed, but there's a whole arseload of new Cwejman modules in Eurorack format up at Analogue Haven. This is shaping up to be a pretty slick system. I know I've sworn off modulars for the nonce, but this is becoming pretty tempting.


There are even some modules that fit in to the pro audio world. Check out the AP-1, which is a mic pre, env follower, and compressor module, absolutely perfect for running vocals and other instruments in to your modular. (Why someone didn't do this before is utterly beyond me.) Also, the AI-2, which gives your modular balanced inputs and outputs (handy as hell, that) and the VC-FC, which is a forward compressor with voltage control of every parameter. As someone who makes heavy use of compression as an effect, this would be right up my alley.

 
 
 

6 comments:

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 11:58 AM
shamann
So the AI-2 would then let you fully integrate any computer audio card into a modular, yes? That would be very handy.

These Cwejman modules really have shaped into an impressive system. If only I had unlimited wealth.

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:21 PM
Chris Randall
Well, I don't know about that. If your interface is balanced I/O, then yeah. In the case of, say, an Apogee Rosetta or Lynx Aurora, it would let you forgo using a mic pre, and make it really easy to use your modular as an effect send.

-CR

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:33 PM
retrosynth
Pictures of actual modules (VCEQ-3 and MMF1) here:

link [www.retrosynth.co...]">link [www.retrosynth.co...]

They're built really well and are shallow enough to fit into an EMS Synthi style case.

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:48 PM
penzoil washington
AH also has a used CM motormix for $400, perfect for Kyma.
 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 3:23 PM
amni
Serge modular has this such input
 
 

 
Oct.06.2006 @ 1:34 PM
Xmuzik
anyone know what their vocoder sounds like ?
 
 

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