Faselunare Unveils Exciting Updates and Prototypes at Soundmit 2023

By Faselunare, Published 2023-11-05 11:46:26 in Events / Instruments

Faselunare is thrilled to announce its participation in the upcoming Soundmit 2023 event in Turin, Italy. The event, set to take place on Saturday, November 11, and Sunday, November 12, promises to be an incredible platform for showcasing Faselunare's latest innovations and prototypes.

The highlight of Faselunare's presence at Soundmit 2023 will be the introduction of the highly anticipated Firmware 2.0 for the Vega module. This firmware, completely reimagined from the ground up, comes packed with an array of exciting features aimed at enhancing user experience. It includes a revamped user interface, improved sound engine stability, and simplified programming and sound design management. Notably, Faselunare has partnered with the talented Stefano D'Angelo of Orastron to create new DSPs for Kick, Snare, and Hihats, which will elevate your sonic possibilities to new heights.

In addition to the Vega firmware update, Faselunare will be unveiling a prototype of the Euclidean sequencer, SULAX. This innovative sequencer, designed to complement the Vega module, also offers versatility by being compatible with any Eurorack module that accepts trigger signals. SULAX goes beyond being just a sequencer; it doubles as a clock divider, a random trigger generator, and much more, making it an invaluable tool for sound exploration.

Faselunare invites all enthusiasts and attendees to visit their booth at Soundmit 2023 for hands-on experience with these groundbreaking updates and prototypes. The team is eager to showcase the hard work and dedication that has gone into these developments and looks forward to engaging with the Eurorack community.

Make sure to mark your calendar for Soundmit 2023 in Turin, where Faselunare will be waiting to share their passion for cutting-edge modular synthesis. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the future of sound design with Faselunare!

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