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Super SynthesisPHRSR Knob Recorder


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Super Synthesis is transitioning to using grey knobs on their modules, so individual units may ship with either cream or grey knobs until their inventory is cleared out.

Super Synthesis PHRSR

The Super Synthesis PHRSR is an endlessly useful phrase-recorder that provides an incredibly simple workflow that can bring expressive modulation to your patches in seconds. The PHRSR records knob movements over a variable 16-step sequence and instantly outputs the recorded gestures as voltage—and with two channels, it's practically an extra set of hands!

The PHRSR can easily be clocked to follow along with other modules, but it also generates its own clock, meaning it can run freely for syncopated sequences or short bursts of voltage manipulation. The simplicity of the PHRSR is its strongest suit...there are no hidden functions or menus and no button combinations to memorize, making it extremely quick and rewarding to use. This module is a perfect companion for smaller systems, performance rigs, and anyone who needs an extra pair of hands for their modular system.

PHRSR Features

  • Two channel knob-recording sequencer
  • Fast and simple operation
  • Variable length up to 16 steps
  • Internal or external sync control
  • Colored input and output jacks
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 6hp
  • Depth: TBD
  • Current draw: 45mA @ +12V, 5mA @ -12V
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62HP Pingable Percussion Party Box - Super Synthesis
In this episode of the 62HP series, we’ve loaded up our Intellijel Palette case with a plethora of cool modules from Super Synthesis, alongside a few other key modules to build out a Pingable Percussion instrument. For our purposes, a “ping” is a gate or trigger signal that will be used for things like triggering internal envelopes or resetting the phase of clock rates.

The centerpiece of this system is the PHRSR from Super Synthesis, a two-channel phrase recorder that captures knob movements in sequences up to 16 steps in length. One thing which makes this module unique is that the external clock input doesn’t override the internal clock, but rather it performs a hard sync reset that can be manipulated to create swing, syncopations, and other metric transformations. Also from Super Synthesis, we’re running dual 2OPFM modules for percussive FM sounds, the VCAR for CV controllable attack-release envelopes, and the ISO two-band DJ-style EQ.

We’ve also chosen a few multi-functional modules to give our compact Eurorack system a bit more versatility. The ever-flexible Ornament and Crime, malleable Pique from After Later Audio (based upon Peaks from Mutable Instruments), and the Milky Way multi-effects module by help this little box pack a punch well above its weight. For sequencing, we’re relying upon the trusty SQ1 from Korg, and a special edition PO-133 Street Fighter Pocket Operator from Teenage Engineering processed by the Ritual Electronics Guillotine adds some additional sonic accompaniment.
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So in this video our pal Wes shows us a few of his favorite tactics for planning a budget modular system under $500 !
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