Qu-Bit Videos!

Here’s a quick walkthrough of a couple modules from the fine folks at Qu-Bit. First up we have the Prism, a multi-FX module with a filter, delay, and bit-crusher.

Qu-Bit Prism

Next we have the Qu-Bit Chord V2. This module is a convenient means to get polyphony into your rack, refining the concept of the original and reducing its size by half!

Qu-Bit Chord V2

Metasonix Videos!

As a change of pace from my Ask.Audio reviews, I’ve started doing videos on modules starting with these handsome devils from Metasonix. Videos make a bit more sense for conveying information about modules because you can see and hear what the module does, rather than relying on descriptions and/or sound clips and putting the two together. These modules have continued to surprise me with all kinds of weirdness since making these videos.

First up is the RK2 XS-VCA, which is not your average VCA.

Metasonix RK2 XS-VCA

Next up is the RK3 Ringer/Shaper, which is not really a ring-mod, nor a waveshaper. You’ll just have to watch the video to get a sense of what it’s about.

Metasonix RK3 Ringer/Shaper

Review: 4MS Spherical Wavetable Navigator Eurorack Module

4MS was kind enough to send me their impressive Spherical Wavetable Navigator for review. The module is quite powerful and sounds amazing, but I’ll admit I did find it a little confusing to navigate the navigator. You can check out my full review here.

Review: Intellijel Steppy

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

Ambient Playlist

Over the years of reviewing modules for Ask.Audio, I’ve accumulated a sizeable archive of diverse recordings. Some of them are even nice to listen to! I decided it would be fun to go back through my experiments and compile a list of my favourites that could fit loosely into the ambient music genre.

Some of these recordings feel like complete songs, while others are more rough with abrupt starts and endings. I hope you enjoy my selected ambient modular experiments!