Morphun Function Tests

April 23, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Here is a walk through of the basic functions of the Eardrill “Morphun” Module Module.

“Chris Muir of “Eardrill” makes wonderful Buchla synthesizer format/compatible modules.”

Module info can be found here: http://www.eardrill.com/

The ModuleModule is a normal Buchla-format module that implements a frame that can hold up to four “standard” mini-modules; “ModuleModule modules”, if you will. The ModuleModule frame has a circuit board that has a Buchla power connector, from which it distributes power to the four modules. Anyone who feels so inclined can make mini-modules for the ModuleModule. I think that this might be a pretty good platform for other manufacturers or for DIY efforts. There are a handful of them available currently, with more on the way. I have a long list of modules that I would like to make for this system. Modules can also be double or triple sized. (There’s nothing stopping anyone from making a quad-sized module, but by then it really makes more sense to make a normal module.)

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