Month: July 2011

Buy it in London..

Inside Rough Trade East next to Brick Lane we run a showroom fully equipped with attractive instruments such as the Persephone (selling out cheaper at the time), analogue Synthesizers such as a Vermona Mono Lancet,  the missing link, a Knas moisturizer, all to run in sync with the brand new SND ACME-4 and a monster case full of mixed modular tools finally topped with a demo model of the halfsize Haken continuum fingerboard.  The Haken continuum can only be checked with support on appointment because its such an outstanding innovative and expensive handcrafted instrument.  So please give us a call if you are interested to put your fingers on it or just do it once youre there.  The DIY showroom (without the Haken itself) is more or less open to public during the opening times of the record store and from there you can call us in Berlin for free to get the good support. The Haken can be seen in London up to August, 12th latest, then it will be exchanged with something...

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INNERCLOCK UPDATING

This week we ship our remaining stock of INNERCLOCK SYNC LOCKS back to Australia for hardware update at Mr. Lackeys labs. So in about two – three weeks time we will be able to sell the all new kit...

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Knob recording improved

We just spoke to Per at FLAME on the phone and he mentioned he is about to load up an update for his recently launched KNOB RECORDER C3. With the update it will be possible to reduce recording time down to 51 sec(! which must be still enough !) to get double the sampling resolution to prevent stepping when feeding the output signal to oscillators. The update he said will be availible within the next 10 days from Flame’s webpage and may be installed be the user...

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Check me, i am ACME!

ACME4 out of SND’s working space, know to supply up to 4(!) midi/din sync/trigger clock recipients with rock steady clock has arrived to stock again. It may apply different shuffle depths and track-individual time shift back and forth on the master timeline to each output track. 12 shuffle patterns are selectable and track speed may be varied between normal, half and double. synced to master clock. also tracks may be stopped and released again. All of this with dedicated knobs, no menus. And last but not least: it works regardless of a computer to supply it again with a clock, if you want it to. so in short words, it is the electronic musicians most reliable friend! Read...

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