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STG Soundlabs modules

Post by seamonkey » Fri Sep 19, 2008 4:28 pm

I'm thinking about adding the STG Soundlabs Red Devil Filter module to my dot.com modular, has anyone used or bought any of their modules? http://stgsoundlabs.com/
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Re: STG Soundlabs modules

Post by suitandtieguy » Tue Sep 23, 2008 11:56 am

i don't know man, i like all the ones that i use. your mileage may vary.
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Re: STG Soundlabs modules

Post by xpander » Tue Sep 23, 2008 6:38 pm

i didn't even know you designed modules- this is seriously a golden age for modular synths. mankato filter sounds awesome.

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Re: STG Soundlabs modules

Post by seamonkey » Wed Sep 24, 2008 4:00 pm

Thank you suit and tie guy, I'm surprised more people haven't heard of your modules before. :(
We spoke via e-bay when you had the two filters up for sale, I have a few more pennies to save and most likely will order one. The synthesizers.com modulars have a classic sound which I love but it will be nice having a different palette to choose from.
At any rate hopefully this post will expose your stuff to more people. :D
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Re: STG Soundlabs modules

Post by suitandtieguy » Thu Sep 25, 2008 11:36 am

xpander wrote:i didn't even know you designed modules- this is seriously a golden age for modular synths. mankato filter sounds awesome.
thanks very much.

not to mince words, but i actually haven't totally ground-up designed anything that's currently public. everything i sell is licenced from others in some way or another, even though most of them have PCB layouts by my engineering associate and we have our own specification as to what the best way to do PCB sizing and I/O is.

i _do_ build everything myself though, and design all of the panel graphics. the panels are hand-fabricated by me or a friend of mine here in town that helps me out sometimes.

however, i _did_ design the functionality of some forthcoming sequencing-oriented modules. it's a network which is intended to be driven off of a DIN Sync source, and is modular in nature.

here's a demonstration video of the first couple of modules in the series:

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seamonkey wrote:I'm surprised more people haven't heard of your modules before.
i'm flattered but not upset by the situation. i'm dealing with a growth curve i can manage here, and i think that is healthier in the long term.
seamonkey wrote:We spoke via e-bay when you had the two filters up for sale, I have a few more pennies to save and most likely will order one. The synthesizers.com modulars have a classic sound which I love but it will be nice having a different palette to choose from.
cool. yeah i've actually got all three of them in my personal system, so i have 3 different filter colours to choose from depending on what strikes the mood.
seamonkey wrote: At any rate hopefully this post will expose your stuff to more people. :D
hopefully. thanks for the enthusiasm.
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Re: STG Soundlabs modules

Post by mome rath » Thu Sep 25, 2008 7:58 pm

suitandtieguy wrote:colours

colours
god elton can't you suck

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Re: STG Soundlabs modules

Post by Stab Frenzy » Fri Sep 26, 2008 12:21 am

mome rath wrote:
suitandtieguy wrote:colours

colours
c-c-colours

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