“You’ve been a very naughty CV…”
At last, a module that channels Havelock Ellis!
But it’s not black! Aren’t all kinky things black?
Ah! great feature set, will get one for sure.
Links, Kinks,… to be continued
Welcome to Kinks! A great little friend.
> Links, Kinks,… to be continued
Don’t jinks it though
Dinks, don’t knock it…
I’m very disappointed at the lack of Ray Davies jokes
herrprof> I’m very disappointed at the lack of Ray Davies jokes
I posted a Kinks video 26 minutes after the announcement - see above!
Anyway, looking forward to Sinks, and the complementary module, Sources. Or Sauces. And given the hipster demographic of the typical modular user, maybe Inks.
I’m one of the lucky beta testers of Kinks.
It’s a really great little module… Does what it says on the tin.
Top right in the photo
I was also one of the lucky beta testers,
what is the difference between the beta and the final Kinks?
When will Kinks be publicly available?
> When will Kinks be publicly available?
> what is the difference between the beta and the final Kinks?
I reduced the sensitivity of the S&H trigger input, since there has been one report of parasitic/noise signal from a DIY module causing additional triggers of the S&H (tiny spikes on the gate output of the module causing the S&H to trigger).
That’s the only change.
Brinks? (maybe an expansion for Edges?..)
Drinks (mine’s a rum and coke thanks)
Thinks (a purely conceptual 4hp module with no CV or audio ins/out)
Kitchen Sinks (Does EVERYTHING and then some)
Blinks (just has a single flashing LED on it)
Stinks (20 hp of reversed polarity electrolytic capacitors)
Blinks - 4 hp module covered in LEDs that are audio reactive.
Minks - fuzzy distortion/tape saturation.
Pinks - only pink noise.
i know it’s not confirmed to be a generative synthesis module, but i’d love to hear your comment on the subject olivier