Pittsburgh Modular is announcing hat they say is an avalanche of new products - Two complete synthesizer product lines and a pair of desktop eurorack case and power supplies. Here's the details from them:
The Cell Modular Synthesizer System
The Cell Modular Synthesizer System is an expandable, eurorack, small format modular broken into three separate systems. The Cell System 1 is a complete single voice, analog synthesizer and a great entry point into modular synthesis. The Cell  System 2 is a signal manipulation powerhouse. A modular multi-effects processor packed with all the tools needed to sculpt audio and twist control voltage signals. The Cell  System 3 is an experimental analog modular synthesizer perfect for generating evolving textures and complex soundscapes. System 1, 2, and 3 are sold separately or together as a complete system.
The Cell Foundation Desktop Synthesizer
The Cell Foundation Desktop Synthesizer is our flagship product. The Foundaton 2.0 has been transplanted from the road case to a sleek Pittsburgh Modular Cell desktop case allowing the Foundation to feel more at home in the studio. A Toolbox module has also been added to the Cell Foundation Desktop as standard equipment. The Cell Foundation Desktop Expander is a new system designed to complement the Foundation with increased modulation, sound sources, effects modules and a lot more. The Expander adds an astounding set of new of possibilities to the Foundation Desktop.
The Cell and Cell Eurorack Desktop Cases
The Pittsburgh Modular Cell and Cell are expandable, desktop eurorack cases with an included power supply. A custom designed, heavy duty steel frame matched with replaceable Pennsylvania cherry hardwood sides. The desktop cases are available in single and double row configurations. Frames and wood sides are available separately to allow for easy expandability and customizing.
Pricing and Availability:
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