Noise Engineering's newly-announced amazing modules!
Noise Engineering officially announced four new modules this past weekend at NAMM. The panels in the accompanying photo are not retail-ready, but are pretty close to what the final modules will look like, with prices and release dates to be revealed soon, but the names and panel layouts are exactly what we've all come to expect from the NE crew.
New to the Sinc series is Sinc Bucina, a "sequel" to their earlier Sinclastic Empulatrix, based around a VCA/VCF combo with 6db and 12db filter slopes, pingability for low-pass gate sounds, and a slew that can function as an attack/sustain/release envelope when using the gate input.
Fractio Solum is a simple, intuitive 4hp clock divider / multiplier with the fun little segment display found on some of their older modules like the Ataraxic Translatron.
Terci Ruina is the first entry in a Distortion-of-the-Month series of distortion modules they'll be releasing each month for part of the year. This one contains three analog distortion circuits in one 4hp panel, which can be routed together in series or from separate outputs for processing and routing elsewhere in your modular rig.
Finally, on the opposite end of the spectrum is the Cursus Iteritas Percido, their largest eurorack module to date at 24hp wide. Expanding upon the Cursus Iteritas framework in a similar manner as they did with Loquelic Iteritas Percido and its predecessor, CIP is designed with performance and building powerful patches with other NE modules and the rest of your system.