NAMM 2016: Qu-Bit Electronix - Chord, Mixology and Ana

Andrew takes us through their offerings for 2016      22/01/16

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This year at NAMM Andrew was on hand at the Qu-Bit Electronix stand to show us three new modules that will be available later in the year.

The first is the Chord module, an all analogue polyphonic oscillator, with control over chord quality, inversion, voicing, and more. It has some neat features for voicing the chords based on an incoming V/Oct source. Each oscillator can also be run separately.

Next it was the Mixology voltage controlled mixer.

And finally Andrew showed us the cutest little analogue oscillator we have ever seen. Ana is a 2Hp, full range analogue oscillator, with simultaneous outputs, sync input, linear fm and V/Oct.

All modules will be available in the coming months. More info coming soon at qubitelectronix.com

NAMM 2016 Kit:
TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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