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It has been a while and again a lot is happening:


We had a wonderful time with Making Sound Machines, Knobula, Vaski, Error Instruments, Apollo View and Swampflux in our beach tent No.4  – ending each day in a jam party! There was such a lovely festival vibe to this Superbooth. As always, we loved sharing our modules and ideas with everyone coming by the booth and playing with our stuff. Meeting up again with many other manufacturers – our friends and fellow beep enthusiasts. SB feels like our yearly get-together. 

At SB23 we also announced our Bopp & Steve space effect and that our beloved Tuesday is making a comeback We are planning to make your NextTuesday this August.

Wobbler-squared reviews

Since the last post our new Wobblers have been making their way into people’s racks (145 now on ModularGrid ) and there are two extensive reviews online by Robin and Divkid to get you going.

More Error!

You may have heard the crazy beeps. You may have seen a very different module with our name on it hopping around. We created the White Rabbit effect module together with Error Instruments. We enjoy working together so much that there is more craziness to come – we are currently working on two more modules. This collab will be available at Error, at Signal Sounds and Beatsville

New dealers

We are very happy to announce that on top of our beloved network of
MIDI Amsterdam Schneidersladen Signal Sounds and Perfect Circuit

We can now add Found Sound down under,
Noisebug in Cali (where they also have our Fenix IV) and
Control Voltage in Portland.

Coming up

27/07 We will fill a stage with our friends and synths at Landjuweel Festival – opening the dancefloor on Thursday between 0:00-04:00. It will be improvised, danceable mayhem. Think acid, funky trance and melodic techno made by modular with live house vocals.

02/09 Jaaaa! Dutch Modular Fest is happening in Utrecht again

30/09 We are also joining the madness at Machina Bristronica

Bring on the summer!

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