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Soulsby Synthesizers: Oscidrum and AT-ARP

Soulsby Synthesizers: Oscidrum and AT-ARP

Soulsby Synthesizers has announced the new 8-part 16-step drum machine for Oscitron module as well as AT-ARP arpeggiator module and shared some details. Oscitron software is reported to be free and you can purchase an overlay and programmer cable separately. AT-ARP is a 2HP module based on Atmegatron arpeggiator algorithm. Both devices are available for order.

Superbooth 17 presented new products made by Soulsby Synthesizers company: Oscidrum software (an 8-part 16-step drum machine for Oscitron hardware Eurorack module) as well as AT-ARP arpeggiator module and shared with us some specs and possibilities the new devices feature.

According to Soulsby Synthesizers representative Paul Soulsby Oscidrum is an 8-part 16-step drum machine for Oscitron module which is based on Atmegatron semi-modular synthesizer. The software could be downloaded for free. An overlay and programmer cable can be purchased separately (together with the Odytron graphic overlay).

What is Oscidrum about:

  • Engine sample rate can be controlled locally or via V/Oct input.
  • Each instrument has volume, pitch, length and delay FX parameters.
  • Currently (in May but this will increase in time) 2 banks of sounds available.
  • 8 user patterns with the ability to save instrument parameters.

As for AT-ARP – this is the new 2HP module based on Atmegatron arpeggiator algorithm.

AT-ARP specification:

  • 16 Atmegatron patterns
  • 16 User patterns
  • MIDI input via mini-jack
  • Chord generation via 2x V/Oct inputs
  • V/Oct output
  • Clock division settings
  • Ping-pong mode

Published: 01:34 08.05.2017
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