User Examples

SI

SI Functions demo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4n1LDkJj4c

SI Linearity demo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG9N8a6NqbA

SI Flash Memory demo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-txtgwp3yFw&t=4s

SI 2019 omsonic original demo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5zkwJLgs_A

Abstract

Richard Devine: https://www.instagram.com/tv/Ca8YmjTp1i5

Chris Pratt 1: https://www.facebook.com/Autogenesis/videos/10157828418631899

Chris Pratt 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUzzIZrq2p0

Clarke Robinson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LHMdXvu3YA

cvd0p3 https://www.instagram.com/tv/CNtWSl9hanu

John Schussler 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzmy59ij9pw

John Schussler 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96tnbECLfWg

Friendly Noise 1: https://youtu.be/CuFUZQJ0alg

Friendly Noise 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQdZeDVbSpU

Friendly Noise 3 (MIDI computer integration)https://youtu.be/KLyYzKOJ7t0

Friendly Noise 4 (atonal piano): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIdtJyZBfrY

Dave Pawlan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub803pBL7vg

Phil Grossblatt TrEGs 1: shorturl.at/awJW7

Phil Grossblatt TrEGs 2shorturl.at/ilqDZ

Phil Grossblatt TrEGs 3: shorturl.at/sATY9

Peter Antens: https://www.instagram.com/p/CYi_zQMlW08/

Hussein Boon 1: Live Stream https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXNii2WXLMU

Hussein Boon 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O2D_7pr5tU

Jam in a Box (Bruno Molteni): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9WAVbU5hNk

Exit Music: shorturl.at/otGV9

Jamie Kowalski 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeJNmHR4Mhc

Sam Burt (stochastic speech): https://fb.watch/bMiumeU4I-/

Brian Lamb: https://youtu.be/RBMJoAb6sKo

Paul Usher 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iShytDF-58E

J.P. Doherty: https://twitter.com/jpd/status/1522071497338015744?s=20&t=oGQF0yXHeQs-f_qQxKOAJw

Alec K Redfearn: https://www.instagram.com/p/CfI2--xlBC1/

Ambient

UncertainMusicCorps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCGSuZCVcl4
Wim Wijnhoven 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33m4QW-B6C4

Ain Kalberg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l5zjgmgPwI

umcorps 1: https://www.instagram.com/p/CMcgIsPBmkD

umcorps 2: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CPYysFLhO11

uncorps 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gD1n2PlFWfU

Manic Modular 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdhkHnAJiTk

Manic Modular 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N15B3cUtAGY

Rod Scott 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2W0Wcvl1WDs

Rod Scott 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5GU1GyPOvQ

Joshua Philgarlic 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72pdx-GMi2A

Joshua Philgarlic 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G82hkoA3IAc​

Stephano Gavilanes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XJZfu7rix8

Sergio Gómez: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8-ZRWc8t2c

Filipo Rieder 1: https://www.instagram.com/p/CZXGbXDlYpz/

Filipo Rieder 2: https://www.instagram.com/p/CZpSF-xgLLf/

Filipo Rieder 3: https://www.instagram.com/p/CZzeFTigtSo/

Filipo Rieder 4: https://www.instagram.com/p/CaVLgrwAe4h/

Filipo Rieder 5: https://www.instagram.com/p/CbqSAQfACj0/

_buiobuio_ 1: https://www.instagram.com/p/CaVY6F2D34R/

_buiobuio_ 2: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CbVYhNojnVZ/

_buiobuio_ 3: https://www.instagram.com/p/CcYzkw-jc2B/

Tumeni Knobs (Demand Mode Krell): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrgbUINizB8

Rick Batyr 3: https://fb.watch/bMieh04A_k/

Renaud Jungmann 1https://www.instagram.com/p/Ca-ArMnj9kr/

Jamie Kowalski 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9GUQJwnBTE

Paul Usher 2: https://www.facebook.com/farawaytree72/videos/335122458582014/

Paul Usher 3: https://www.facebook.com/farawaytree72/videos/1322842054866928/

Andreas Gosberg: shorturl.at/glwO2

Joseph Huba 1: https://www.instagram.com/p/CcAz6ndNLu1/

Joseph Huba 2: https://www.instagram.com/p/CcdmdJzNNmB/

John Robert Lennon: https://plus-ultra.bandcamp.com/album/swarm-123-4

Trevor Martineau: https://www.facebook.com/groups/euroracksynthesizers/posts/7592579960759607/

Christian Ploj 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dn_G9eQ84Ng

Christian Ploj 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUIgli_BUh4

Christian Ploj 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IHLkCKUyJE

Christian Ploj 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRDlzUX5XAY

Melodic

Brandon Logic 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e-4C0gILdo

Brandon Logic 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D54Wafh4TMo

Brandon Logic 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5O2aejEP3M

Brandon Logic 4: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CVE1F57FmbY/ (HiRes: shorturl.at/grwW1)

Brandon Logic 5: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CZDVPXJh5C1/

Brandon Logic 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbaiL1b8EWU

Brandon Logic 7https://www.instagram.com/p/Cb5GjmflSyW

Brandon Logic 8: https://www.instagram.com/p/Cb4DyBYlbIb/

Brandon Logic 9: https://www.instagram.com/p/CdM1DGrFGIp/

bobbfett.musiclab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oj6Zw1cCuQk

musicartgeek: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAJPLJUWyPQ

Wim Wijnhoven 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QelaSGYTpsc

Wim Wijnhoven 3: https://www.facebook.com/wim.wijnhoven/videos/10208498642900558

Wim Wijnhoven 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv4WeHSbLwo

Wim Wijnhoven 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxt_bf-uUGw

Ricardo Verschut: shorturl.at/pGLUW

Per Sundell: shorturl.at/cnCKO

Rick Batyr 1: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CaLnSMMAvmh

Rick Batyr 2: https://www.instagram.com/p/CaODh8QAFFa/

Jamie Kowalski 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpU3JqS7vlI

Jamie Kowalski 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2LC0gQD9W0

Paul Williams 1 (annotated): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z291gLbBeVY

Paul Williams 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJcKJX_LFjc

SonicVoltage 1 (annotated): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpwZpUoixng

SonicVoltage 2 (annotated): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lnl8qI03ow

James Brown 1: https://www.instagram.com/tv/Ca3IUmVpT4s/

James Brown 2: https://www.instagram.com/p/CcPRTZsJ1UQ/

Renaud Jungmann 2: https://www.instagram.com/p/CaIIsG8Dtql/

Paul Usher 1: https://www.facebook.com/farawaytree72/videos/4911650452212198

Peter Brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMF3SOqpZZM

Christian Ploj 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uNIJCIua0Y

Tumeni Knobs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_E_Yjo5yYs

Jam In A Box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIsDKzxqx9E&t=431s

B Positive: https://www.instagram.com/p/CekwUIKgHrD/

Gimmik: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlyM6r7LXN8

Robert Anselmi: https://www.facebook.com/groups/euroracksynthesizers/permalink/7893982217286045/


Techno​

Tomo in der Muhlen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC_HSe5FHWg

Tomo in der Muhlen: 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKZObuWSUPs

Matt Vinyl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo82gf1Qem4

Chris Roberts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjsSHDec-XU

Paul'Ah Pumapih'mel: shorturl.at/tGRSX

Mark C Young: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CWRcfV-lk-k/

Warp Heads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwW_um29S4o

HeadCell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P-ylnHaPXg

Phil Grossblatt 1: shorturl.at/ahwW8

Frank Liedemann: shorturl.at/fhsDH

Rick Batyr 4: https://www.facebook.com/groups/euroracksynthesizers/posts/7462309540453317/

Christian Ploj 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4lBSH_Gsaw

Christian Ploj 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBtAcF2siMk

Christian Ploj 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vvja2A_QzwI

Paul Usher 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aGTfdxXRnA

Joseph Huba 3: https://www.instagram.com/p/CdHo1pnF5uo/

Trevor Martineau: https://www.facebook.com/groups/euroracksynthesizers/posts/7722930901057845

Eric Stoycon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gN5Q7rnG2_0

tl3ss: https://www.instagram.com/p/CfIM0tUjllG/

trailsofcables: https://www.instagram.com/p/CfcFaH6A8SQ/

VCO Review Source

DivKid1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hCY_s76zv8&t=591s

DivKid2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hCY_s76zv8&t=1064s

DivKid3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ChJ8M9P_IM&t=552s

 

User Comments

 

"SIG's functionality is so perfect for the way I approach sequencing. A real creative catalyst." Amon Tobin

"This is my favourite module: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcKuX3dMKLI&t=5304s It's a beautiful, beautiful thing that I've been after for a long time.Robin Vincent, Molten Modular

"One of the most exciting releases in Eurorack: the Stochastic Inspiration Generator is absolutely wild! I was super blown away by the videos of this module. Will use this one in my new live setup. Great work on this one!" Richard Devine 

"Unbelievable modules you guys have made. Perfect amount of chaos but such musical results." Dot Major, London Grammar

"My favourite sequencer that I've come across! The SIG is amazing honestly." Aaron Ward, Maven Fiction

"IMHO SIG is the most useful random-based Eurorack composing tool out there - and great fun paired with the EaganMatrix module as a CV note and rhythm controller." EaganMatrix, online

"It's the first module I've reached for in almost every patch since receipt." Exit Chamber, Online

"I’m mind blown by the beauty of your response, thank you so much for all the information. Amazing to see a company with such positive attitude in their products and their approach."  G.S., Italy

"[SIG] really is inspirational. Probabilistic everything. Such useful for so many applications, from stutter effects to arpeggios to four voice tracks...and the looper is a really nice bonus that is very handy. It’s a bit bonkers...in a really wonderful way. I’ve only scratched the surface but I’m hooked. And I love how you layered things in a very easy to follow way. It’s deep but also intuitive: a joy to play with. If you want aleatoric and generative stuff, this is the sequencer you’ve been looking for." A.R., online

"SIG is safely ensconced in the middle of one of my racks and is providing endless fun. This is so much more fun that other random players. I sold XXXX and am now eyeing up the space my XXXX eats up! 😉A.F., Fife, Scotland

"The learning curve was negligible: I was able to make it do cool things in minutes. The basic button/knob combos are also not hard to understand (I recommend the “manual on the panel” faceplate). After a few hours you’ll know exactly hot to crank up ratcheting or portamento by muscle memory. It’s become my go-to melody maker module ahead of XXXX, XXXX, XXXX for it super playable interface. I’ve also been using the extra channels from the expander for very controllable random modulation of other stuff in patches. The build quality is excellent. All the knobs and sliders and buttons feel nice a solid. [After 2 months] SIG still rules the rack for me. So damned musical and fun. Totally my favorite module. Go for it!" TumeniKnobs, Online

"I received my SIG with really high expectations. I dove into modular looking to create music intentionally and caved and bought XXXX and found that I loved generative music and evolving modulation. XXXX quickly became one of my favourite modules, but it always felt limiting and one dimensional. I've had the SIG for about a week and it's more than exceeded my expectations. In fact, I love it so much, I can't think of a reason why I'd keep XXXX, unless I use it for drum triggers if the SIG is using all the outputs. The TrEG out completely sets SIG apart from XXXX and other generative modules. 

I wanted to send you and your team a thank you and kudos. What you've created is not just wonderful, but it's surprisingly intuitive. What I've found especially easy is the secondary functions and how you've placed them on the module with the large letter on the octaves cluing me in to what the secondary function is, then with the words associated with them being on the top or bottom to correspond to the button. That's just great. And thank you again for responding to my Facebook post when I was concerned the module was stuck in transit: that was very cool of you and above and beyond. Best of luck with production, sales, and I look forward to future modules from you all!" A.D., New York, US

"Awesome work guys! Just sold my XXXX! 😉 Thanks for putting this much effort into this module! ❤️" M.V., Berlin, Germany

"I am really excited to explore your module. I have a XXXX which I really like, but truth be told...the SIG is what I was hoping the XXXX would be." D.D., Connecticut, USA

"The XXXX was my favourite module, then I got the SIG, and sold my XXXX. [Although] XXXX has some CV assignments, I rarely used them: it’s more fun to play SIG live. SIG has more features but if you’re a huge stochastic fan, I could easily see you owning both." L.B., online

"I discovered SIG from a video of Robin Vincent's Molten Modular. I listened to demos and came to the conclusion that I would really like to have a SIG in my system. I have already played a little with stochastic plugins, but they are toys compared to SIG. The XXXX is fine, but can not compare, and is way more pricey and hp hungry." Y.LV., Paris, France

""It's excellent––really more than I had anticipated... The nature of the kind of sequences you get out are completely different to the XXXX [SIG offers] much more dynamic and interesting rhythms because the [durations] can speed up and slow down within the pattern." Rack Addicts Review, Ep 73, P.M., Surry, UK

"XXXX vs SIG Stochastic melody generator? SIG 100% Nothing comes even close! It's the bees knees, incredible!!!" F.T., online

"You’ve created something truly inspirational here. I’m still wrapping my head around everything it can do, but I’m blown away so far. I’ve gotten some amazing results so far, and there’s so much more to dig into. Suffice to say, somehow you guys have made Rings into Clouds sound cool again 😂" D.D., Washington DC, USA

"If XXXX is a road legal sports car then think SIG is a Mad Max v8 Interceptor! Even [just the] one track [Main Unit] does a lot more and seems a lot more powerful. SIG feels like the White Whale module I wanted since I became interested in modular while the XXXX was surprisingly underwhelming." Z.V., Massachusetts, USA

"I was awake way too long last night playing with this module! Incredibly happy that it can take a swinging  clock. XXXX I have found does not. Really liking SIG and really glad that I got the expander! S.N., Albuquerque, USA

"The single channel SIG becomes a four channel powerhouse with the expander. It's a world of inspiration." R.S., Alabama, USA

"If you are getting one definitely get the Expander too. I was just going to pick up the SIG but Phin advised me otherwise, and he was right. This gives you four completely independent channels of aleatoric joy." N.J., Cornwall, UK

"Love the SIG. Had mine for a couple of months. Didn't buy the Expander at first but it took about 2 minutes of using SIG to realise I needed the expander so ORDER BOTH! 🙂" P.S., Karlstad, Sweden

"My God! What a machine! Having much fun with the module. The SIG has physically replaced my XXXX  in the rack, and the XXXX  XXXX —which I only got when I knew your module was delayed—is on borrowed time 🙂 Yours is on a different level. I'm absolutely delighted with it. Only 30 minutes into it and it's already really blown me away: it's really intuitive, an absolute blast to use, and I love that you can keep a pattern going while you set up another and switch between the two using the mute buttons, that's neat. An absolutely amazing module that is superb straight out of the box. Incredibly intuitive and musical. If anyone wants an immaculate, boxed XXXX now going spare in the UK... Thanks again for your very personal touch in the whole process and a wonderful module. I knew it would be worth the wait." A.O., East Lothian, Scotland

"Very impressed. Much more useable and comprehensive than my XXXX" B.H., Vancouver, Canada

"What a great module, I'm so glad I didn't pass on it! [I had] achieved some sort of stochastic performance tool using XXXX but after looking at SIG, reading through the manual and getting these support emails from you, I wanted it. Thanks for taking the time to contact your customer base like that. It goes a long way. Nothing comes close in immediacy in the modular sequencer world. I'm still wrapping my head around all it can do and how to do it: your solution is very elegant. This module is staying in my case forever." JM.D., Montréal, Canada

"SIG is a lot more steerable than XXXX I’ve spent hours just nudging its values to move the shapes and colours around. It’s a very interesting, almost meditative way to work. Something I want to explore in more depth. If you have something that has dynamic trigger inputs (like Disting EX in SD 6 mode) you can also do some very interesting and expressive rhythmic sequencing with the TrEEs" M.H., Cornwall, UK

"This is just a clock input to SIG, no other modulation sources?! AMAZINGLY impressive!" C.O., Online

“The SIG is an important tool for me, because I have severe arthritis in my hands.  The SIG generates sequences that are simple and straight forward to set up and modify and brings back the joy of creation. Thank you for building and refining the ultimate inspiration generator: it’s playable and creative, is clearly superior to XXXX  [and] I know this device will be a hit.” E.P., Washington D.C., USA

"I am LOVING it. And I appreciate the care and thought that clearly went in to seeing this design through. When it was first announced I was very excited to see a module approaching the concept that initially drew me to the format - a musical and organic collaboration with the machine, where both hardware and performer are making decisions independently that lead to a coherent whole. The module to me perfectly captures the soul of what the format can and should be about, couldn't be happier!" P.R., California, USA

"I have been having quite a spectacular time with the Stochastic Inspiration Generator. It's a trip! Absolutely exhilarating. It is truly unlike any other module. What an ergonomic interface! My SIG journey [has brought] a renewed sense of wonder, creation, and especially, inspiration! I cannot get enough of this ineffably fulfilling module and I most likely never will." J.B., Indiana, USA

"The one package I waited for since 2019! I’ve been soooo looking forward to testing this fantastic module. Thank you so much for the amazing support and excellent service. It’s in my rack, and it plays beautifully: a really inspiring sequencer. I use to sequence a lot with XXXX before, but this takes random to another level, both control and random. I used to let XXXX just run in chaos until I find something, and then build upon that but with SIG I I can jump back and forth from my looped sequence, and have control on the randomisation. It doesn’t hurt that I have 4 channels of it either! Luv it. Feels like Christmas!" H.J., Skåne, Sweden

"I couldn’t take my hands off of it all weekend. So much fun. It’s really a great piece of gear [and] feels very natural to play with it. I have just sold my XXXX." E.N. Bristol, UK

"Ohoo!! Just plugged it in and must say s**t-hell-f**k-yeah:-) Moog Mother and some sampler and already plays itself! I´m stupid with modern technology and it's been long pain to find an intuitive sequencer. XXXX is good but SIG is far better. This is not a compliment, just pure truth! Last time I was this excited was Morphagene: tonight again :-) Best thing is I don't have to read any manual and remember hidden functions. Just look at it and play. Super. I must thank you very very much for reminding me of my old wish list. Listen to how fantastically SIG holds the upper octaves and then jumps back low. So SI you are the gods :-) I had 4 hours of continuous soundflow and hit record to let you know what you have done. I turned knobs and the result is just fantastic!! I have a super weapon in my arsenal, so all the world's ambient gurus be careful!!! I´m a very proud and happy serial number 0001 owner :-) Going to have another beer and will tweak till morning... Great new innovative ideas!" A.K., Tallin, Estonia

"Plugged it in for about 30mins only and already absolutely love it! Thanks again for the quick messages and everything—you did a killer product!" G.S., London, UK

"Stochastic Inspiration Generator my favorite random pattern generator. I [am] loving it. [Compared to the] XXXX I really don't feel I'm missing out by not having CV. It really doesn't need cv modulation.The internal randomness is its modulation and it’s so fine-tunable that external modulation just isn’t necessary. It’s like having 20 Turing Machines modulating every possible parameter internally as it is! With the expander SIG gives you four channels to control four voices. It’s pretty essential! So the fact that it's four channels of gate/CV is a much bigger deal and more valuable IMO. Got it racked up and had my first evening with it: figured out most functions without even needing the manual! Normally I'm not a fan of multifunctional knobs/faders but it works out fine in this case. The concept of this module is just so perfect for me. I love generative/probabilistic/random generated patterns, and already have Mutable Marbles and Turing Machine: this complements them nicely as its a totally different approach. It's a lot of fun! I can tell it's a keeper and I will get along great with it. Been at the heart of every patch since I got it. The most fun module I own? The Stochastic Inspiration Generator no doubt." B.L., Wisconsin, USA

"Just wonderful, putting it through its paces right now. I am VERY impressed." R.H., Toronto, Canada

"I hadn't figured I'd use the loop function much but I love it: I hadn't realized that each channel (I have the expander too) can loop independently and loops can be restarted from memory meaning they can be used as 'parts' to ground things if they're getting too nebulous. Loop length (or rather start and end points) have a visual representation of state using the front panel LEDs...so being able to visualize the [loop]  makes playing around with it a real pleasure. I've been messing with one captured loop on one channel for an hour now and expect to be here for another one at least. And capturing the portamento too makes it more of a riff loop than a simple melody loop. Really great. I also love the way that is laid out and have memorized the combos I care most about already because of the presentation." A.A., Boston, USA

"You've created the coolest module in the World!" D.S., Florence, Italy

"Just one minute after plugging in, I re-patched my working patch quickly, no manual, and already great result, wow! The SIG will be at the start/front of a lot of patches: I am planning already something from scratch, multiple channels, all sliders at zero, and give it a go, recording it live! So much fun, easy to start with, but it can go deep, so never a dull moment soon here! 😁 It's really a  inspiration, the best buy in a long time, totally worth the wait: the SIG was a turning point, it made my rig come alive!" W.W., Hoofddorp, Netherlands

"Absolutely fabulous! I have wanted one of these for at least two years, and I'm glad to get my hands on one. It works in a way that is very intuitive for my way of thinking." C.J., Washington, USA

"The SIG really is amazing. It’s much more playful than I had expected and does so much more than I imagined. All the functions are very easy to get to and  are a joy to use. Secondary durations are AWESOME!! It’s so pretty and the knobs, though small, are very solid and have a lovely feel when you turn them. You have implemented it wonderfully. I love it!" D.A., Cambridge, UK

"Love everything about this module." M.R., Online

"It's in the rack and straight away came up with some amazing things on the fly which blew me away today! Gave me all sorts of possibilities once I can slightly tame the beast! The storage function so it powers back up with last settings is the best! After hours of noodling the last thing you want is to start again from scratch! Definitely the missing link: sent me further down the rabbit hole. An awesome bit of kit." M.S., Cornwall, UK

"Such an intuitive way of sculpting random musical patterns. Straight into the rig and always used!" A.R., London, UK

"SIG is absolutely amazing and I haven't even tried the loop function yet...! I have it free-running with 2 acid voices and a Syncussion voice clone alongside some 606 beats - pure bliss :)  SIG is so much deeper than you'd suspect from the panel... But if you're like me and don't like learning curves there is still plenty of fun and creativity to be had without diving too deep." S.vL., Turnhout, Belguim

"We’ve just finished recording an album, and this will take centre stage on the next." S.M., Bristol, UK

"[SIG] is super fast to set up, the panel layout is great for spacing and hands on, and it spits out a terrific variety of melody lines. Channel 4 on the expander is hardwired to my Roland MC-202 and it's an instant IDM/nostalgic acid lines machine...[and] I'm sure that I've explored only a little of the module itself, so I can expect nothing more that more goodness. Loving it, really!!"  E.P., Grassina, Italy

"The Stochastic Inspiration Generator seems to me to be one of the most fascinating and exciting electronic instruments I have discovered, [and] has become for me the most 'warm' and friendly in my modular. Like the instrument makers of the past, please continue to feel the spirit of the times and create the tools that will allow the expression of contemporary sensibilities! " P.D., Nampty, France

"This module is bananas! 🍌 🍌🍌 I knew I had to have one as soon as I saw it. Deep but intuitive. The SIG has [already] become an integral part of my workflow [and I'm so far] not even scratching the surface... Awesome module! " D.J., Virginia, USA

"Outstanding communication and service, and a really well thought out and designed first module. I’ll be watching this space with much interest." L.D., Sydney, Australia

"I really like your approach - it seems that the SIG is the perfect entry of music theory into the modular world. I always felt that with a module that allows us to bring music theory into modular synth, would get into another dimension. Fixed sequences and complete randomness are boring so I am really glad that someone with a strong musical background brought something new to the table! A great module...I’m really looking forward to play with it!" C.P., France

"So much fun and possibilities.  This is just what I needed to open the door on my system to new notions and inspiration.  BIG THANK YOU!" M.O., New York, USA

"Having tons of fun and loving my SIG & Expander. It’s what I’ve been looking for in a random module. It has so much potential for improvisation [and] outputting from all 4 CV’s and TrEG’s to my racks [is giving] me endless ideas. It’s really playable as an instrument/conductor once you have some of the basic understanding of the module and I have to say this is the first module I can say this for. Thanks again for creating...a great musical instrument." G.d P., Rhode Island, USA

"Loving it. I have been recommending it to all my Eurorack friends. What a great module! Kudos!" K.J.M., Minnesota, USA

"I can only confirm what other people say. It’s just wonderful! I’ve emptied my rack to reconfigure it with the SIG as one of the main modules. As for now I’ve only got Rings and Plaits installed and this alone will give me hours to play. Thank you for making this come true." P.W., Gouda, Netherlands

"SIG + Expander have been thriving in my case for a while now. What fun! Really, really useful features and design." M.L., Copenhagen, Denmark

"The module looks excellent, it's even nicer than in pics and I know that it will be a source of inspiration in my studio. I'm super happy with it and I want to thank you for all the support and responsiveness that you have shown. This will sell like hotcakes! Thank you very much!" M.M.B., Madrid, Spain 

"An optimal person/machine/environment relation. For a novice, all of this is an aide, for the expert composer, a collaborator." T.T., Virginia, U.S.

"Thanks Phin! My SIG+EXP has indeed found its new home in my case. Reading the manual and practicing my chords and triads to make best use of it! I am really excited about this module. It is a real beast. Thanks again!" J.J., Oregon, USA

"What manner of sorcery is this?!" M.A.G., Online

"I've experimented with a number of different ways to use randomness and probability in Eurorack since taking that initial jump down the rabbit hole, and I can say that none of the methods I've ventured into have been this promising from the get-go. So I really appreciate your kindness and help in procuring this. I love it and I am looking forward to making all kinds of weird and wonderful music with it!" C.H., Nevada, USA

"The bee's knees for generative sequencing." J.S., Seattle, USA

"What an utterly brilliant module (and thanks for convincing me that I needed the expander!). It's going to take months to fully explore it in depth! An incredible happy accident machine, with a completely different way of working. I mainly build generative patches in software but in hardware I want to constantly be interacting with the modular and SIG just fits that bill perfectly as one enters into a dialectic with it where you can only suggest to it what you want it to do. That bidirectional interaction is the essence of modular synthesis for me. It is a wonderful device. Game changer for me. It's a module where the real joy comes from playing it. Phin is a star." N.J., Widemouth, UK

"[Only] about 1/2 hour into it and can see that this module is going to be a lot of fun. Jarre-esque polyrhythmic sequencing is both immediate and inspirational." D.P., Washington, USA

"I received it two weeks ago, one day before I had a gig. I used it extensively on the second half of my set without reading the manual! Wonderful piece of kit. I nailed it into my gig-case. It’s not gonna come out again." R.V., Utrecht, Netherlands

"I was reading the manual to get a jumpstart and it is really quite brilliant. It is really well laid out and very detailed but also easy to follow. It really shows the true depth of this work. From the explanations and theory of it, I can tell SIG was worked on by real musicians. That's what drew me to this module. Its basis is hands on, random, in the moment, but very, very musical. I mean I have never seen anyone in a module manual other than this one, use correct terms like "pushing the bar line", scale charts, rests , etc. I am very excited, [and] once you feel out the workflow it is very easy and immediate. Most of my work has a lot of randomness in it, as I am big on meditation while creating, allowing the moment to dictate where things will go. This fits that mentality perfectly! I'm addicted!" R.B., New York, USA

"Definitely the most interesting sequencer I’ve ever used. It’s all I’d hoped for and way more. The expander is superb…4 channels is amazingly flexible." M.C.Y., Northumberland, UK

"This module has one of the best UI designs I’ve ever seen. The secondary and tertiary modes both use the same 5 knobs, labeled with the first letter of their function (for both modes, same letter, different word). In my first couple of hours I’ve already found (as S.I. emphasise) that this is a really jammable module. In addition to the many parameters that are more global, you can do some edits on specific musical notes, so for example, every C only could be set more likely to be an octave down and every E more likely to have a lower volume. It definitely helps to have just a basic understanding of scales and keys...or not! You can also just move the sliders until it sounds good. You can actually play this thing almost like you would a keyboard, but instead you push up the slider for any note. This module has a very definite design philosophy. Love it! I know you’ve said it over and over, but this is a module that you actually playI" P.G., Albuquerque, USA

"Love it. Very intuitive and simply playful." Y.L., Enschede, Netherlands

"I'm a big fan of René and I was looking for something as creative and playable and here you brought it with the SIG! Indeed I understand now your live instrument approach, therefore the no need for CV inputs. [And] about the Expander: what a great addition! Four SIGs! The instrument gives directly results that just your ear will decide over music theory! I also didn’t know when I ordered SIG that it had internal envelopes! What a great idea and great musical possibilities! A nice sort of plucky vactrol sound! And the looping function is fantastic: the fact that you can travel in the loop, make it different length compare to the other tracks it all open some many possibilities and variations. SIG is an intuitive riffs creator! Thanks again for the SIG, a great instrument!" I.P., Arquennes, Belguim

"I enjoy it very much: [with] the Ground Control [it's] my main sequencer." P.A., Antwerp, Belgium

"Got [my SIG] last week with the expander and I’m having a blast so far...just sending clock to it, and adding some beats and honestly, zone out to the melody. I had an almost tribal beat going while the SIG did it’s thing and I could’ve sat and listened for hours. Super easy generative patch [and] it’s super intuitive and very easy to use. Even if you have the faintest knowledge of scales/keys you’ll be having fun with it in no time.I’m really enjoying myself, it’s made my whole set up more fun to jam to with. Well done Phin!!! For anyone on the fence, SIG (Stochastic Inspiration Generator) is incredibly fun. I dare say it’s the cause of the biggest leap in enjoyment in my case in comparing any of my other modules [and is] already in my “never selling” category. So nice for generative stuff. Also, I got the blue too, it’s a beaut. Worth noting that the module made it from Plymouth UK to Minnesota, USA faster than most of the stuff I order from California-based shops." M.R., Minnesota, USA

"Thanks for making this unique and awesome module!!!" R.W., online

"One year [into owning] I have to say I’m so blown away about the SIG and the the joy it gives me into exploring music that I’m seriously thinking about getting another one!! Such an inspiring and empowering musical INSTRUMENT (yes, that’s what I believe it truly is). Big ups to you guys for coming up with such a game changing concept and finding the tech resources to make it real. Much respect: SIG is just the most amazing and game changing instrument I’ve ever came across." N.F., Tuscany, Italy

"This module is insane. Pure genius!" A.A., Berlin, Germany

"I just made my first jam with my SIG and I’m blown out. Super fun, easy to handle and a musical epiphany! Powerful, versatile and inspiring. I love it so much already, you did an astonishing job." F.R., Milan, Italy

"I was sold on it after seeing clearly how it all works. I was going to try a hybrid setup, including the XXXX from XXXX but after seeing how SIG works fully...Wow. It's like XXXX for melodies, just a million times better. 😁 Some piece of kit!" A.C., UK

"I can't wait to make music with this spectacular instrument." N.R., Montréal, Canada

"This has to be the module I have been the most excited about since it first came onto my radar a couple of years ago. Not only is it the most original sequencer in Eurorack at the moment, it is also manufactured not far from where I live. In fact, I picked it up in person and met one of the geniuses behind it! I am still barely scratching the surface but am starting to realise the potential with this amazing module." P.U., Cornwall, UK

"Just got mine today....Wow! All plumbed in and those first impressions speak volumes –absolutely blown awayCannot recommend this module (and the expander) enough. Dead easy to use, super clear manual and instant results. Even with a single channel going and a little drum track on the accompany, it's so  rewarding just jamming.... [So] intuitive (I’m terrible for reading the manuals first – too many years in IT), connected through a Plaits initially and then a 2HP Pluck and a Polygogo – fantastic piece of kit. Only had it a few days, ran through the manual and have just spent 2 hours just jamming with it on a single channel and a gentle drum track for company, syncopated arpeggio heaven, cannot believe how this is so responsive, even just 3 notes gently evolving through different scales, dial in a nice octave range, set 2 or 3 note length settings, get some ratcheting on the go and get totally lost.... You've knocked it out of the park with this one. Build quality is excellent, very glad I went for this. 😊Loads of fun with just one channel let alone all four. Very much well worth the wait!" P.G., Lancashire, UK

"It’s here! A few days early too! I plugged up 4 voices and gave it a go, on the first 15 min with it I’m already in love. The SIG is really well thought out and packed full of features. Thanks so much! I love it already!" R.B., New York, US

"I got mine about a week ago and really started to gel with it. I am having so much fun with this module. So versatile and engaging. Was quickly able to make the kinds of arps/seqs that I like and understand the secondary and tertiary button combos. It's not hard. Still a lot more to explore, but I love the immediacy of playing the knobs and sliders to perform on this thing. I really liked XXXX, but I thought it was a bit too much of a mystery and can never really tell what it's doing. SIG [is different because it] provides a great level of visual feedback via the flashing lights. The random timings are great as are the random attack and decay, portamento, legato, octaves, ratcheting… yeah. Awesomeness! By design, it’s a performance module, and a brilliant one. Tons of wiggly wiggly fun to be had. This month I've been actively following JD Cramer's excellent Krellberg Variations video tutorial thread, so I took S&H+Quantizers out of the mix for pitch CV generation and I'm using SIG to generate the notes for me in a much more controllable way. To me it is much more musical. It's very cool to run four concurrent voices sharing the same Krell function (with the Krell EOC going to SIG's CLK In and SIG's individual channels sending pitch CV to four oscillators). Then playing SIG to divvy up the octaves, notes and gates for each voice. Endless fun." E.C., Illinois, US

"Got little "Siggy" in the mail today! I'd post something, but I can't stop playing! So far, I can't seem to make anything that sounds bad! I was playing around with SIG+Rings and discovered the TrEGs are useful beyond just shaping notes with VCAs and filters. I think they were a genius stroke, to be honest. In another module it might not matter as much (though still would be great) since I can always set up articulations independently. But here they're especially useful because they are generated stochastically and everything works under one playable interface. They're great for controlling Brightness or Damping on Rings, for example. At some settings, they make very interesting and useful articulations in a melody. Ok, head down... I'm going to learn this thing inside-out!" J.K., Virginia, US

"I wanted something that the computer can’t do well. I wanted a new experience. I can’t part with SIG! You're right, there is no way I could have made this [with other modules]. " S.R., Florida, US

"Today finally got the modules  to play with them! And I have no words!! It's the most incredible module ever done! And I only had couple of hours with it [so far] 😍 Really no words for it! They [don't do justice] compared to this musical dream! Thanks guys." B.D.P Basal, Switzerland

" SIG quickly became the main module in my system, I really love it 😉 Unbelievable module! Rules them all! 😆" F.D.L., Latina, Italy

"SIG is amazing! Having probability over pitch, timing, octave, looping it’s soooo good!" J.M., Wisconsin, US

"Received it 3 days ago, absolutely in love with it. I was struck with how beautiful it was when I opened it up! I think its design is brilliant. It is not only functional, but an absolute joy to use. And its wild rhythms are not only very easily attainable, they also bring something to Eurorack that you'd be hard-pressed to create with any other module, especially standard sequencers. I can't believe I even hesitated for a second in jumping on this! Also, I feel you should know that the manual you have prepared for the module is fantastic! Off to play, all the best!" J.G., Montréal, Canada

"Yet another thrilled SIG owner. SIG is actually THE module that made me get into Eurorack. I have been into synths for 30+ years yet the possibilities that SIG offers finally made me cave in and lose my final bit of will power against this Euro journey." S.M., East Sussex, UK

"Love my SIG and have only barely begun to understand what it's capable of. It's a dense module that rewards putting the time in!" Z.D., California, US

"I'm barely scratching the surface with SIG! An absolutely brilliant module! The way your module has just fit in so well with the rest of my setup is crazy great [and only] a few patches in and I already can't imagine patching without SIG! I find it fascinating layering differently weighted scales in the different voices. Thank you for the module I would have wanted to build, if I were the kind of guy who built modules!" J.K., Virginia, US

"SIG can control a whole system." Online, Modwiggler

"This is a very deep module. Barely scratched the surface yet, but I love it! Thank you for a brilliant product." P.W., Hertfordshire, UK

"My god man. It’s like you guys created a happier version of HAL 3000 who loves modular synthesizers! 😆 I watched your  SuperBooth video and honestly had no idea how deep it is. The more you talked about the features the more I was getting psyched, then I watched a few videos of people using it. Speechless man." P.G., North Carolina, US

"WOW!... SIG is pure genius! Just messing around I could tell immediately this is a real winner. Now to spend some time actually learning how to use this beast! This should be great for creating slow moving ambient stuff which I love. Good job SI! 😍" G.F., North Carolina, US

"Great product. I sold the XXXX and got the SIG. I never looked back. Phin is a solid dude so keep supporting and he keeps doing great stuff!!!!" L.C., New Jersey, US

"The SIG has landed !! 🙌🙌🙌 This thing is marvellous and the new panel is very clear for using it. The short first time I spent with was very intuitive. It’s so cool! Thank you a lot for making it real for me and also for all your care. You make beautiful things!" J.M., Vezelois, France

"SIG is a great module and I really love it! We can feel that it is a real module done by people who think modular and generative!" R.J., Paris, France

"The module felt good to use very quickly and it is very capable, very hands-on, I am really enjoying it. Great work! You also did a great job with the manual covering all there is to cover. Great work, and the front panel tells you where things are! 😊T.C., Cardiff, UK

"Super fun and insanely easily musical. Paring this with the USTA to record the sequences will make some really complex stuff!" W.I., Massachusetts, US

"I received my SIG safe and sound a couple of weeks ago. I just wanted to say thanks, it is a remarkable module and easily the most playable sequencer I have used." T.C., Queensland, Australia

"I experience right now the Diderot effect! 😆 It works great and there is a lot to learn and explore! We need to PLAY the SIG. It’s a hands on module and playing almost all the parameters reveals its real magic!" P.L., Wald, Switzerland

"[SIG and the 4ms SWN] are beautiful together! I just let it run for hours as a soundtrack to my day.  I teach classes and private sessions of learning gear...expanding into modular to teach the art to new faces who are hesitant due to the complexities of modular gear. Your SIG will be a highlight in these classes." B.L., Hawaii, US

"I finally tonight had a chance to properly rack the SIG and OH MY GOD! What a brilliant brilliant module! I'm so glad [I went for it]! Learning a lot and it's only been a few hours!" R.R., New York, US

"SIG is absolutely STUNNING and it has opened up my rack in some seriously magical ways!" L.H., Oregon, US

"Just to let you know the module came today and I absolutely love it! So much fun from the first power on! Thank you for this awesome module! It is one of those must have modules. It is such a joy to use!" C.P., Lachendorf, Germany

"I absolutely adore it." Juno60, Online

"I get the most out of it when playing it like an instrument. It's not a random generator or some kind of ambient machine. You need to steer it like a boat which is much fun and the interface works. I use almost all the functions and that means as well the hidden stuff...which others mentioned before isn't difficult." pelang, Online

"I’m thrilled! Racked SIG up and spending time getting to know it this week! Overall I truly had a great experience throughout ordering, waitlist and shipping (shipping was super efficient and faster than I expected [to the US]). I love that you are so connected to the community and available in the online groups to answer questions, provide clarifications and appreciate and promote users creative expressions that feature your products." J.M., California, US

"I got a cool sound going on the BIA and ran the SIG into it and within 60 seconds I found my notes, dialed in the octave and note length probabilities, and just like that I had beautiful evolving melodies that kept my ears entertained for an hour+. This module is fantastic and to my ears is very musical. You designed a great module Phin." Gringo Starr, online

"This module is liberating. Everything is generative if you want it to be. But it can groove too. Thank you. 🙏" R.K., California, US

"I’ve been spending a lot of time with SIG and I’m happy to report that it is now my favourite sequencer!" A.D., California, US

"I really like SIG because I did not even [need to] read a manual or watch a video! [SIG is] very in sync with my own logic...congratulations!!!M.H., Mondsee, Austria

"What an immediately fun and easy module to use, but I can tell there is a ton of depth to it [too]. Looking forward to learning it more!" tl3ss, online

"I [just had SIG] driving a couple of simple oscillator voices, and even in that basic setting, it's a real joy to listen to." P.R., Brooklyn, US

"I've been playing with it for the last few hours. It's a great design. Complex, but intuitive. And really musical. I'm really enjoying it." A.R., Providence, US

"I wanted to let you know that I've been really enjoying the SIG. It's really really intuitive and musical and I'm very pleased to have it in my case." S.A., London, UK

 

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