Three limited-edition modules hint at future directions for the brand.
Pittsburgh Modular have announced a new limited-edition run of modules that hint at the brand’s future directions. You can see Pittsburgh’s Richard Nicol demonstrating them in the video above.
Pittsburgh describe the Safari series as “an opportunity to highlight interesting concepts, test ideas for future instruments, and scratch their creative itch”. The Crow is an overdrive filter, Gibbon is a pseudo-random shift register inspired by the Buchla Music Easel’s random voltage generator, while the Giraffe is a four-channel mixer/attenuverter. Intriguingly, a version of the Gibbon circuit is likely to be a part of the forthcoming sequel to the brand’s Voltage Lab synth.
The Synthesis Safari modules are available directly from Pittsburgh Modular in extremely limited numbers, but you can check out the full Pittsburgh Modular range here.