NAMM 2016: Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Eurorack Systems

All-in-one synth voice and a pressure sensitive keyboard with arp, seq and more!      21/01/16

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The Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms system is available in three different configurations. The System 101, System 201 and System 301. Each offering the Lifeforms in a different case with more room to expand.

The Lifeforms SV-1 analogue synthesizer voice takes elements from the Pittsburgh modular eurorack range and expands on it. Some parts have been completely redesigned like the oscillators, but some are based on existing modules like the multimode filter and the midi interface.

The SV-1 is completely normalled but is also completely patchable.

The Lifeforms KB-1 pressure sensitive keyboard gives loads of neat features including arpeggios, sequences, triggers, voltage memory, and more.

More information on the entire Lifeforms line is available atĀ lifeformsmodular.com and Pittsburgh Modular.

NAMM 2016 Kit:
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