Build the perfect workflow. Add just the right effect. Layer rhythm, leads, samples, and get that perfect sound. Quickly change between configurations, and build new tools to help you make that track hot.
Full featured workstation at a mini workstation price. Replaces midi keyboard, sampler/sequencer, arpreggiator, drums, and even the computer if you're on the go. Open hardware means an ecosystem you can rely on, and constant innovation for when you want to bask in the firehose of new. Open software means sharing an ever expanding array of patches.
We're from Chicago. We grew up seeing some of the most amazing sets with two turntables and a 303 or 808 blasting out a seamless psychedelic rhythm. The Wanderlust can add more fluid, arresting, and dynamic rhythms. With the sampler, you can keep bringing back that hook that drives the crowd wild, over and over again throughout your set. Or play a synth on top of the tracks you know and love.
Enjoy rapid song sketching with automatic chords/progression, appreggiator, and backing rhythms. Quickly throw down sound loops and layer them. Use your favorite samples to back you up. Add as much or as little sound processing to your unique voice.
Whether you're the keyboard player in your band, a vocalist that wants to layer sample/sequence, a rhythm guitarist that wants to add amazing accompaniment, or a drummer who wants to blast out something new, there is something for every musician.
Whatever your message, say it louder. Add nuance, color, vibrance, distortion, chaos, cacophony. With the limitless patching system and the ability to control external motors and visuals, you can defy convention and bring your message to new dimensions.
If you're into modular synths, this is the perfect addition. It's got 140HP Eurorack format, audio in, out, midi in/out/through, and enough analog in and digital controls to build CV interfaces and make weird instruments to keep you up at night. Add keyboards, LFOs, sequencers, arppreggiator, and knobs, knobs, knobs!
Forged from magic itself from a bygone time, Synth Wizards have seen just about every incarnation of sonic gear and will appreciate the feature density of the Wanderlust. Having features similar to all the great synths combined with the digital sequencing is enough to put your biggest synth fan into a wizard trance. Level up!
Connect any number of sensors and inputs to control the sound. Use capacitance to detect distance, a PIR sensor to trigger on motion. Connect an optical resistor to make an effective theramin. Use the SD card to store samples and create the experience you envision!
Explore the deepest sounds in your cocoon of light and song. Some of you are never getting in front of a crowd, but that doesn't keep this from being a super fun way to unwind on a Friday. Chase the bleeps'n bloops and control some LEDs to the timing of your loops!
You don't have to go deep to enjoy amazing sound, but if you want to there is a full open source toolchain and documentation to explore and expand. Build the coolest machine the world never new it wanted.
Whether your're an embedded, systems, or web developer; what better way to use your programming chops, than to help program new sounds and new ways of interacting with music and time? Open source means rapid development and sharing. Rapid sharing means more cross-pollination and even stranger mutations.
Whether you're a one person bicycle sonic juggernaut, a member of a drum and tuba marching band, or just a sonic stunt queen, the small form factor is portable enough and can run on the same external batteries that charge your phone. Bring your auditory masterpiece out in to the world.
Create new ways to teach music, song, and sound. Take abstract concepts such as pitch, rhythm, and accent and create controllers for budding minds. Create a wireless controller for each student to show how the individual components build up into a whole. Build a fun, engaging experience for our future songwriters, producers, and performers.
Add more engagement to your science demonstrations. Change motion into sound. Show temperature as tempo and pressure as pitch. Add knobs that not only control physical properties, but also song and melody that can wow students into understanding.