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Buy multiple modules for discounts
Wanted in trades: Octatrack, Morphagene, 4ms QCD (I sold mine and miss it dearly).
The Harvestman Malgorithm Mk. 2: $200
Not the first owner. Selling at the same great price I received.
Make Noise ModDemix (updated version): $110
First owner. Gnarly, analog ring modulator/VCA/mixer.
WMD Synchrodyne + Expander: $675 (will not separate)
First owner. Probably the most unique analog oscillator in Euro. It can also function as a multimode filter, PLL, mini-compressor, etc.
Toppobrillo Sport Modulator: $190
Second owner. Has rack rash. Incredibly versatile module. Check out this video for more info: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeuxMe_hpcM
4ms SISM (Shifting Inverting Signal Mingler): $125
Very useful signal tool, especially for CVs. This has per-channel offset and attenuversion, along with multiple mix outputs. If you have an Ornaments and Crimes, this is essential.
Make Noise Teleplexer: $75
Tactile switching unit. Lots of fun for remixing your patch.
NLC Numberwang (with Clarke Panel): $150
Brand new build. Every input and output has been tested. I've marked it down in price because the panel arrived with a big dent in the top right (see photo).
NLC FlipFlop Chaos: $165
Built by me and used for a few weeks. This is a great chaos generator with a ton of personality. There are two slow-ish CV outputs and 4 chaotic gates. This has the original NLC panel.
NLC CEM3340 Oscillator: $240
Brand new build. Every input and output has been tested. This has the original NLC white + gold panel. It has been properly calibrated for 1v/oct response.
NLC Brain Custard (CV Version with Clarke Panel): $160
This is the slower CV version. Nine chaotic oscillators interact to produce 5 outputs. You can kind of control it with three CV inputs, but this is mainly an unpredictable modulation source. This is like a more violent, pseudo-rhythmic version of Sloths. There is a light scratch in the panel (see photo... I used lighting to make the scratch more noticeable than it is when racked).