Hermod and Pyramid now available at Nerd Audio!
We've received a huge number of customer inquiries and requests for Squarp's wares in recent months, and we're happy to announce that we've finally got demo units in-store and can special order the Pyramid mk2 or either color-way of the Hermod module, which is available with either a black or white faceplate.
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ATTENTION ALL NERD CUSTOMERS!!! @squarpinstruments Hermod and Pyramid are now both available for demo in the shop !!!! Come hang out, talk synths, and see what these beautiful things have to offer ! #whogavemetheinstapassword #synthesizers #eurorack #squarp #squarphermod #squarppyramid #modularsynth #modularsynthesizer #chicagomusic #synth
The Pyramid mk2 is a powerful desktop sequencer with full connectivity via MIDI in/out, MIDI USB in/out, CV and Gate in/out, DIN sync out, and foot-switch. It can serve as the central hub for all of your gear, providing a stable master clock to vintage MIDI gear, Eurorack modular, and even the DAW of choice on your laptop or desktop computer. The ultimate brain for your setup, from studio to stage. 100% standalone, packed with tons of creative tools.
Pyramid is designed to be the perfect brain for your musical setup, from studio to stage. It brings together a powerful sequencer, a looper, a rhythm generator, a real-time effect processor, a midi controller and an input+output interface.
Hermod, which Squarp has labelled the "modular brain," is an 8-track sequencer & interface for your eurorack system. Like the Pyramid, it brings together a powerful step sequencer, a CV looper, a real-time effect processor, LFO generators and a complete bi-directional MIDI-USB-CV input/output interface.
Record a performance at any time thanks to the CV inputs, the USB HOST, the USB DEVICE and the MIDI input. Create and edit your tracks with the STEP mode and its piano roll and automation view. Generate crazy patterns with the randomization tool.
The ever-prolific and ever-helpful Loopop has created a thorough introductory/review video that covers both the Pyramid and the Hermod, which you can watch below: