What if you had a Eurorack module that can morph into multiple different modules (just changing jumper position), according to your needs? This is exactly the idea behind Nozori, a project by French musician and maker Cyrille Henry, currently on Kickstarter.
Cyrille is not new to the synth scene, having created brilliant semi-modular instruments such as the OCS-2 and the MMO-3, who earned the praises of artists like Jean Michel Jarre and Richard Devine.
Nozori – Digital Convenience The Nozori concept consist of using the same hardware for multiple modules. This hardware is based on a powerful digital core to allow huge versatility. The Kickstarter project features two slightly different ‘platforms’, the Nozori 68 and 84. What’s the difference? Essentially, the number of knobs and connections each platform has.
Potentiometers, inputs or outputs can adapt to many module designs: from standard modules like VCO, VCF or LFO to outstanding functionality never seen before, you will find lots of uses for your Nozori module in your rack.
Read more about the modules available and the specifications on the Nozoid website, and support the Kickstarter project here. Pledges start from €219 (early birds only, it might be gone by the time you see the page, but the project is still a very affordable one, no worries!).
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