Voltage Research Laboratory Organic Modular Synthesizer Mid-June Update

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Tuesday, 18 June 2019
  • Time to read: 2 min.

Voltage Research Laboratory Organic Modular Synthesizer

Voltage Research Laboratory by Pittsburgh Modular Mid-June Update was released. The collective of 266 backers (I am one of 14 backers from Germany) have to wait a little longer to get our hands on this Synthesizer.

Voltage Research Laboratory Organic Modular Synthesizer

Voltage Research Laboratory Design

Two new features have been added to the Voltage Lab! The random CV and gate shift register is much cooler now. The percent chance of change is now adjustable from 10% to 90% chance. The percent chance of random is also voltage controllable! This adds a new dimension to the pseudo-random evolving CV and gate patterns available from the random outputs. 

Voltage Research Laboratory Hardware

Pittsburgh Modular manufacturing partner WMD is in the process of manufacturing the production prototype units. These units are built to set up and test the manufacturing process before the full production run.

Voltage Research Laboratory Documentation

The Voltage Research Laboratory web page will be turned on later today. At this point, it is basically a clone of the Kickstarter page. Pittsburgh Modular is also working on the user manual. The manual is a big project and will take a bit of time but it should be an indispensable tool in getting the most out of the instrument.  They have called it the Voltage Research Laboratory Encyclopedia.

Voltage Research Laboratory Workshop

Everyone pitched in last week to clean and reorganize Pittsburgh Modular HQ in preparation for the upcoming build. Pittsburgh Modular also added a small demo studio area for podcasting and audio production that Richard will start taking advantage of next week.

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