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Mattson Midi Modular Synth

The Mattson Mini Modular is a new modular synthesizer designed to be a portable analog modular synth.


The modules are said to conform to the electrical audio and CV standards of most of the currently available systems, and to be cross-patchable with other manufacturers systems.

Each cabinet supposedly contains space for 12 modules fed by an external power supply, providing for a portable, 12 module, analog modular system. Multiple cabinets may be interconnected horizontally and vertically to create a modular system of any size and configuration.

Each pair of cabinets latch face-to face into a compact enclosure measuring 11–3/8” (28.89cm) W X 15” (38.1cm) H X 7” (17.78cm) D.

Each system has been designed to interlock with additional systems, horizontally and vertically, for system expansion.

Currently available modules include:
  • MIDI/Power Control
  • Voltage Controlled Oscillator
  • Voltage Controlled Filter
  • Voltage Controlled Amplifier
  • Dual Low Frequency Oscillator
  • Voltage Controlled Dual Low Frequency Oscillator
  • Sample and Hold
  • Envelope Generator
  • Glide
  • Noise
  • 4×1×2 Buffer
  • 4x Mixer
  • Amplitude Follower
  • Aux Power Control
  • 4x Gate Delay
  • HandiCon
  • Quantizer
  • Sequencer
  • Utility 1
  • Voltage Controlled Mixer

Details are available at the Mattson Mini Modular wiki.
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