NAMM 2003 modules & misc. – New 01/23/03

Feast your eyes on the new MOTM format modules & some of my fun. J
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The new CS-80-like filter prototype is another in the line of great MOTM products. Crow says it is subtle for sweet brass patches and such. It should be a great contrast to the other MOTM filters.

The star of the show was the new sequencer. This is one nice piece of hardware. The capabilities above and beyond traditional "all knob" sequencers is wonderful.

The wavewarper is hard to describe. It does things to sound I have never heard before. It is a mean and twisted module. J

OK, I have to toot my own horn a little. Look how nice the SKB case looks with my back cover. This case also features both plain and logo end caps.

Of all the new modules, I am looking forward to the cloud generator the most. Paul did not have time to get this one functional before the show.

The filter bank prototype was fully functional sans panel. It seemed quite and responsive. And, I think Paul finally helped me understand how much different these are from graphic EQs and the like.

Tony K.’s frequency shifter looks to be a "must have" that for frequency shifting at a really decent price. However, we MUST have bigger knobs Tony!

On Saturday, I decided to stay away from the crowd at NAMM. After 2½ days, I had seen enough. So, I went to visit a friend and spent some relaxing time in the mountains.

The rental car agency upgraded me to a convertible for free. Since it was snowing and 9 degrees back home, I took full advantage & spent some top down time.


Booth photos

Some of the people

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