TEST SERIES 4ms Dual Looping Delay Mutable Instruments Rings Eurorack Sound Design

Published on Feb 15, 2019 Outsider Sound Design

“Sound design experiments with 4ms Dual Looping Delay and Mutable Instruments Rings.

The purpose of “TEST SERIES” is to focus on the sound design possibilities of various gear combinations. This series is not musical nor does it serve as an instructional video. It is all about sound potential.
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Autonomous Bassline Generator (by 4ms) synced with Korg Volca via Infrared Emitter

Published on Feb 8, 2019 O.S.cillator @ Kalkartronic

“The Autonomous Bassline Generator (ABG) by 4ms can receive IR signals from other ABGs and so I thought maybe it is possible to convert other external sync signals into Infrared signals. In order to check it out I bought an IR Emitter with 3.5mm jack for a just a few euros and plugged it into the sync out of the Volca FM, and voilà: It works

4MS & Tiptop Audio Post NAMM Demo + Q&A

Scheduled for Jan 28, 2019 Perfect Circuit

“4MS and Tiptop Audio will be in town for NAMM and are doing an in store demo and question and answer session at our Burbank CA showroom.”


Supporters of MATRIXSYNTH get %10 off at Perfect Circuit!

4ms with Tiptop Audio, & Make Noise Post-NAMM Events at Perfect Circuit

Event links:

Make Noise, Wednesday Jan 23

4ms & Tiptop, Monday Jan 28

Patch #19 – Tjirpy Tjirps (putting my Orthogonal Devices ER-301 to the test)

Published on Jan 10, 2019 Nīrusu

“I’m a lucky man getting a Orthogonal Devices ER-301 just before Christmas!
I’ve been learning the crap out of this module and my oh my is it deep!
This video is the first I thought was snazzy enough to share.
Oh and…fitted in a very tight 4ms 60hp pod! (The pico output doesn’t actually fit mind you…just a placeholder for an ALM HPO if you’re wondering)

CatSynth TV Episode 99

Published on Dec 25, 2018 CatSynth TV

“A special video for our 99th Episode!

Video shot along Highway 99 in California from Manteca through Stockton and heading towards Sacramento. Additional video and photography at CatSynth HQ in San Francisco.

Guest appearances by Sam Sam and Big Merp.

Original music by Amanda Chaudhary, based on melodies from “99 is not 100” by Moe! Staiano.

TEST SERIES 4MS Spectral Multiband Resonator and Verbos Bark Filter Eurorack

Published on Dec 5, 2018 Outsider Sound Design

“Abstract design with 4MS Spectral Multiband Resonator and Verbos Bark Filter Eurorack modules.

The purpose of “TEST SERIES” is to focus on the sound design possibilities of various gear combinations. This series is not musical nor does it serve as an instructional video. It is all about sound potential.
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4ms Pods Tiny Eurorack Cases

Published on Oct 31, 2018 Perfect Circuit

“4ms has made these Pod Eurorack cases that come in 20HP, 26HP and 32HP. They are handy for building small eurorack synth voices or effects units. We built a voice with the Loquelic Iteritas Percido and S.B.G. to adjust its levels to go through the Deco pedal, a TT-606 was used for the drums and SQ-1 as sequencer. Then we used a Mother 32 with a uBurst

4ms SMR DIY Workshop Saturday November 3rd 2018 at Patch Point Berlin

This one is in via Todd Barton.

via Patch Point:

“4ms SMR DIY Workshop. Saturday November 3rd 2018
from 100.42
€119.50 incl. 19% VAT
We are happy to host a special DIY workshop with our portland buddies 4MS.

THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS, and shouldn’t take more than 1.5 hours to finish!

Allissa from 4MS and founder of the Synth Library Portland will guide the workshop.

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Modular to go: 4ms are making cute little $100 “Pods” for modules

It’s Eurorack without the big rack. Or rack modular that thinks it’s desktop. In any event, if you ever found a module or three you wanted to use without getting a big rack, or quick portability for a beloved module, 4ms may have a solution for you: 4ms Pods.

They’re cute. They’re cheap. They’re daisy-chainable. So if you don’t want that “cockpit” / “I’m outfitting a submarine command center” look, now you can take modules and put them in little handheld boxes you can move around, mix with desktop synths and effects, guitar pedals – whatever.

The daisy-chainable power designed just for this range also mean that you can put together a handful of pods pretty economically, since you only need to buy one with power supply. The pricing – the number being the size in hp, of course:

Pod20: US$55 unpowered / $99 powered
Pod26: $60 / $109
Pod32: $65/$119

It’s a clever idea, and they look really nice. Now they just need a nice carry case – a Podpod?

4ms announced these earlier today; “coming soon.”

https://4mscompany.com/

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