Pittsburgh Modular - Taiga
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Pre-order - Delivery date t.b.d.
- Order number: 230034
- Depth: 40
Pittsburgh Modular's Taiga is a powerful semi-modular that weighs in with a unique combination of features.
Taiga is a really exciting instrument, which is interesting for beginners as well as Eurorack veterans due to its semi-modular form. You get a monophonic monster, with three individual oscillators, two full ADSR envelopes, a warm multimode filter, as well as a dynamic controller, which makes the sonic character of low-pass gates possible.
The three oscillators offer beyond the normal waveforms the possibility to play with a highly complex sound palette because there are many waveshaping options, FM and waveform-combination available. The "No-Dead-Spots" filter has low-pass, band-pass and high-pass, and can of course combine these filter modes. For modulation, there is a sample & hold with integrated noise, two ADSR envelopes and an LFO with square- and triangle-waves. Exciting is Taiga's Dynamic section, which replaces the traditional VCA. The Dynamic section allows for simultaneous manipulation of amplitude and harmonic content, familiar from lowpass gates. This allows for a warm and organic sound (à la Buchla).
Taiga is internally provided with a prefabricated signal path, which makes patching not necessary. However, it is possible for you sound-explorers to deeply tweak the sound by using the many patch points.
- Paraphonic analog synthesizer
- Fully patchable
- MIDI and CV controllable
- Integrated pseudo-random sequencer
- Clock-synchronous arpeggiator
- 3 oscillators
- 2 ADSR envelopes
- Multimode filter
- Noise and sample & hold
- Pittsburgh dynamic section (low-pass gate-like)
- LFO with square and triangle
- Mixer for audio and CV
- Overdrive with up to 30x gain
- Internal clock with clock divider
- Can be installed in Eurorack cases
- Comes with 10 patch cables, power supply and MIDI adapter
- 326x135x112 // 1812g
|Power consumption +12V:||650|
|Power consumption -12V:||475|
Hailing from the main city in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Modular was founded in 2012 by Richard Nicol from a basement. By now the Lifeforms product line has become very popular.