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[NAMM] 3 New Mode Machines Products

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Mode Machines introduced several new products at this year's NAMM show.

 

The Socksbox MK2 is a devolopment of the TB-303 Clone, now German-made. Mode Machine guarantees that their chief technician will calibrate each unit by hand to sound like a real TB-303. The company says that they have improved the quality of the pots, encoders and switches.

 

Features

  • Analogue TB-303 circuitry
  • Additional Sequencer Functions
  • MIDI IN/OUT/THRU
  • SYNC OUT
  • USB
  • BANKLOADER
  • SOKKOS OS
  • CV/GATE
  • HEADPHONE OUT
  • MIX INPUT FOR AUDIO
  • YELLOW LED´s

 

 

SID features a familiar step sequencer layout. 3 expression knobs control the key features of each Patch.


The supplied SID Studio Software is designed to enable you to tweak every parameter. You can draw and design your patches with feedback from the SID. The included Nerd-Panel is a blueprint designed to enable you to address the chip one pin at a time.

 

Features

  • 100+ Patches
  • 50+ Wavetables drum sounds/effects
  • AUDIO IN
  • AUDIO OUT
  • MIDI IN
  • MIDI OUT

Technical Specs

  • Power: 12V AC500mA (PSU included)
  • Dimensions: 27,50cm x 19,50cm x 9,00cm (with packaging: 36,50cm x 23,00cm x 10,00cm)
  • Weight: 1,00kg (2,2lb) (with packaging: 1,3kg (2,87lb))

 

 

The BBQ BaBy SeQuencer is an analog style step sequencer with MIDI and USB. It is a step sequencer that also features Midi, Analog CV and onboard sound.

 

Features

  • Analog Sequencer: BBQ delivers analog CV and GATE outputs
  • Midi Sequencer: BBQ is also a customizable MIDI Step Sequencer
  • The included software is designed to let you choose note ranges and scales
  • Performer: In “Performer Mode”, BBQ’s buttons become notes and the knobs become CC controllers
  • This also activates its onboard sound with multiple waveforms to choose from
  • 4 Play modes (forward, reverse, ping-pong, random)

Technical specification

  • Weight: 600g
  • 10cm x 20cm x 3cm
  • Connectivity:
  • Audio Out (1/8" jack)
  • CV Out (1/8" jack)
  • GATE IN (1/8" jack)
  • GATE OUT (1/8" jack)
  • MIDI IN (1/8" jack)
  • MIDI OUT (1/8" jack)
  • USB POWER

 

Check out www.modemachines.com for more details.

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