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Error Instruments Sound Scaper

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Sound Scaper

The new Sound Scaper from Error Instruments (NL) is a great (8HP) harmonic oscillator with a huge amount of sweet spots and a harmonic LFO. Not sure what that is, I just know it sounds awesome in a bigger system with lots of FX. It’s also a great audio rate modulation source.

Don’t expect a precision instrument, it’s designed to explore unknown territory and to generate happy accidents. However, it’s really musical and it can create a huge array of sounds on its own. It may be one of the best mistakes you’ll ever make.

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Fresh Mistakes | Error Instruments Spanky & Glow LFO

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Error Instruments Spanky & Glow LFO

Glow LFO is an experimental LFO that supports sine, square and turing machine low-frequency oscillators. A turing machine is a stepped random CV generator (semitone notes) that uses a buffer to create a repeating note sequence. The ‘glow’ part is about a light-sensitive resistor that slows down the LFO when you shine a light on it.

Spanky is advertised as a Transyndrum, a percussive synth with built-in clock dividers, two outputs, and two-hybrid triggers that also seem to double as CV inputs. Spanky is a very useful module for creating weird rhythmic patterns. Have fun!

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Error Drums by Error Instruments

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Error Instruments’s Error Drums

It’s always fun to explore a new module from Error Instruments, and this one is quickly becoming one of my favorites. It’s weird, fun and great to generate all kinds of percussive quirks if you want to escape the mainstream XOX sounds – or combine them.

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Error Instruments Klok Blok

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Error Instruments Klok Blok

In case you’re wondering, Klok Blok is dutch for Clock Block. It’s an experimental clock divider with a built-in master clock (with input) and two LFO’s. You’d expect both to be clocked, but there’s also ‘error’ on the panel. So, no, they’re just utility LFO’s. The clock divisions are fixed but you can switch between slow and fast. KlokBlok gets some help from Liquid Glitcher – the ultraviolence oscillator – and TipTop’s Z8000 sequencer and Z5000 multi effect.

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