Hungry Robot Modular


#1

So yeah, spotted this…



#2

I just got an email from perfect circuit and these were a featured product. I rather like this idea.


#3

Yeah they look fun, just hope they intend to release more modules, could be handy, modular in your pocket!


#4

What I like think is great about these is that can easily be used with semi modular stuff. With these If I want some extra lfo for a semi modular I don’t need to invest in a rack/case just to consider the idea.


#5

Damn. Do not introduce me to stuff lile that :hugs:
I resisted modular aproaches by now.


Your setups
#6

Exactly - these would be GREAT with semi modular synths!


#7

Was recently reminded these things exist. They interest me more than the new TE modulars

The FX pedals also look interesting.


#8

Yeah these are definitely more interesting than the TE offering and look built to last as well.


#9

These are exactly what I thought TE should do!
Great find @rotallytuined!
Sorry I’m late!!!


#10

Gonna be a whooooole lot of wall warts flying about with those around. :sweat_smile:


#11

Couldn’t they be daisy chained, like with ‘real’ pedals?
Genuine question, as I was considering these a while back, and would rather not have the power packs and cables cluttering things up!


#12

I remember when this video came out…I was saving toward something else, so put it out of my mind


#13

According to this, yeah:

Since they take 9V power, a One Spot or something like that should be enough to power all of them. No need to buy one wall wart per unit.


#14

$75-$150 ea.
9v Center neg PSUs run about $12, and you could use daisy chain cables for modulation only modules to keep noise down (or invest in a multi out PSU if you want to go crazy)

This is very cool!
I hope more makers take on this format. Already a few odd pedals out there that fit on.