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WMD Unveils Singular-Sounding Fracture Multi-Particle Percussion Synth Module
Hollin Jones on Sat, April 28th | 0 comments
This new Eurorack module features a number of outstanding sound-sculpting tools packed into its slender (8HP width) frame, with a focus on percussion generation.

DENVER, CO, USA: modular synthesizers, guitar pedals, and standalone musical instruments manufacturer WMD is proud to announce availability of Fracture — a multi-particle percussion synthesizer module for small-format Eurorack modular systems that applies concepts from classic analogue clap circuits to granular synthesis techniques to generate a wide palette of sounds while maintaining a simple, intuitive interface.

Proprietary micro-samples — specifically recorded for this purpose by WMD — is where it all starts for Fracture. It ends with an engine built to suit those samples, ultimately. Unlike WMD’s first Eurorack percussion synthesizer module, Chimera, which involves impulse-rich samples at its tonal centre, Fracture uses single-impulse samples such as claps, ping-pong balls, opening a beer can, and many more. Moreover, it then plays back a group of similar such samples in a pseudo-random order resulting in unique hits. DENSITY, DECAY, and TAIL settings all affect tone and how ‘tight’ the user’s virtual clappers are to playing together.

Fracture features a number of other outstanding sound-sculpting tools packed into its slender (8HP width) frame, including a stereo output (OUT L and OUT R); built-in H (Hall) and R (Room) REVERB; two trigger inputs for different sound types — TRIG triggers a burst of particles and TICK triggers a single particle (independently of the TRIG input); three types of filter; three types of envelope; and a free-running, voltage-controlled ‘applause’ capability. CV (Control Voltage) over all parameters is also available of course.

Shipping now, Fracture is available to purchase through WMD’s global network of authorised dealers with an MSRP of $269.00 USD.

Web: https://wmdevices.com/products/fracture

Learn more about Eurorack synthesis in the Ask.Audio Academy: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=category/audio/topic/eurorackmodular

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