Here’s what we’re cooking up for release this month:

ThirdRail: For those of you with just +/-12V in your modular, we’re releasing a 5V supply, to the same form factor (and with the same modular edge connectors) as the MiniBus power bus.

ThruBox: We’re re-stocking this very popular build right now (the first production run sold out in under 2 weeks!)

StringTheory: The “Revision A” boards have arrived and the first prototype will be assembled, tested and recorded this week. In this revision to the original prototype, we’ve improved the output RC filter and added a “gate-to-bus” feature; we want it to be as good as it can be before we release it. Not long now! StringTheory will be available as

  • PCB & panel
  • PCB, panel & pre-programmed ATMega chip
  • Full kit

MidiIn: Dead simple, dead useful, 2 components. A 5-pin DIN MIDI socket with a pin header on the back; use this to add a “big” MIDI socket to your StringTheory module, or to receive MIDI into an embedded ThruBox via your Eurorack’s front panel. Available as

  • PCB & panel
  • Full kit

MidiAccess: The daddy of Eurorack MIDI distro. One full-size DIN MIDI IN, 2 x THRU and, on the back, 3 sets of pin headers for sending MIDI behind the scenes to other modules (StringTheory, for example). And you can daisy-chain them for even mo’ MIDI. This module sets you up to interface with lots of future developments that we have planned! Available as

  • PCB & panel
  • Full kit

Bundles: There’ll be cost-saving bundle options for adding a MidiIn or MidiAccess to any StringTheory order.

All of the above should be in store around the middle of the month – we’ve just got a lot of building, photography and document-writing to do first!

Towards the end of the month, we’ll be releasing StringTheory Synth, a stand-alone version of StringTheory which will run from a 9 to 12V DC supply, with DIN-format MIDI In and MIDI Thru. StringTheory for everyone! We’ve designed this to exactly the same form-factor as the ThruBox – that is, you can drop it into a Hammond stompbox for road-ready toughness.

Phew – busy times!

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