Manis Iteritas is constructed from the same architecture as Basimilus Iteritas, albeit with some significant revisions that render it much more sinister. The primary reason for its infernal nature is due to its exclusive production of sawtooth waves, which can then be shaped and exploited via the module's reworked interface.
Sonically, Manis Iteritas is ideal for leads, basslines, percussion, and other aural abnormalities. Turning the module's Profundity knob clockwise imparts out-of-phase oscillators for a chorus-esque effect, while simultaneously modulating the sample rate effectively smears the perceived pitch.
Noise Engineering is a founding business partner of Savepangolins.org. A portion of the proceeds of every Manis Iteritas sold will be contributed to pangolin conservation!
Manis Iteritas Features
Dark, industrial synth voice
Based on the architecture of the Basimilus Iteritas
Perfect for leads, basslines, and outright sonic insanity
Baseck Performing Live With A Noise Engineering Manis Iteritas
Baseck performed live as a surprise at our Noise Engineering Manis Iteritas event on Wednesday December 13th 2017. All of the sounds in this performance were generated by the Noise Engineering Manis Iteritas Eurorack Module.
Noise Engineering Talks About The Manis Iteritas, Integra Solum And Pangolins
Noise Engineering stopped by our Burbank California showroom to do some short performances and talk about their new modules with us. Their Manis Iteritas industrial inspired synth voice and Integra Solum dual clock divider modules are now released.
This video shows some of the sounds the Manis Iteritas can produce. The Manis is related to the Basimilus Iteritas Alter but produces very different sounds while working well with the Basimilus. The Manis can produce bass and synth sounds as well as noisy drones and harsh and metallic percussion. It was designed for dark, gritty and industrial sounds.