This was the first piece of Noise Engineering kit to grace my rack, and I’m sure it won’t be the last. You can check out my review and some basic Latin here: https://ask.audio/articles/review-noise-engineering-cursus-iteritas-percido
A tube filter from the briny depths of… South Africa?
Check out my review here: https://ask.audio/articles/review-cephalopod-tube-filter
The little sequencer that could, Intellijel’s Steppy packs a ton of fun into a small footprint. You can check out my full review here: https://ask.audio/articles/review-intellijel-steppy
This oscillator was definitely fun to explore. Super dense, with a ton of possibilities. You can check out more of my thoughts here along with some audio demos: https://ask.audio/articles/review-instruo-cl-dual-voltage-controlled-oscillator
Since my system was made for processing field recordings, and because I already have an Octatrack to take care of my sampling needs, I hadn’t really paid much attention to the sampling modules out there for eurorack. However, getting Nebulae into my rack was a game changer. Being able to play back field recordings from the rig meant I didn’t have to rely on an external source. Furthermore, being able to quickly record and loop an incoming signal and then play around with it using granular goodness has been a lot of fun.
You can check out the full review and some demos here: https://ask.audio/articles/qu-bit-nebulae-v2-review