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'''Mutable Instruments''' ('''MI''') based in France is a manufacturer of [[Eurorack]] [[Modular synthesizer|synthesizer modules]], founded in 2009 selling DIY [[kit]]s and owned by the designer/engineer [[Émilie Gillet]]. All MI products are  are fully [[open source hardware]] under a CC-BY-SA license.<ref name="ntvw">''[https://www.keithmcmillen.com/blog/interview-with-olivier-gillet-mutable-instruments/ Interview with Olivier Gillet (Mutable Instruments)]'' by Tom Ferguson, Keith McMillen Instruments, September 2015</ref>  
 
'''Mutable Instruments''' ('''MI''') based in France is a manufacturer of [[Eurorack]] [[Modular synthesizer|synthesizer modules]], founded in 2009 selling DIY [[kit]]s and owned by the designer/engineer [[Émilie Gillet]]. All MI products are  are fully [[open source hardware]] under a CC-BY-SA license.<ref name="ntvw">''[https://www.keithmcmillen.com/blog/interview-with-olivier-gillet-mutable-instruments/ Interview with Olivier Gillet (Mutable Instruments)]'' by Tom Ferguson, Keith McMillen Instruments, September 2015</ref>  
  

Latest revision as of 08:22, 8 October 2019

Two rows of mostly Mutable Instruments modules.

Mutable Instruments (MI) based in France is a manufacturer of Eurorack synthesizer modules, founded in 2009 selling DIY kits and owned by the designer/engineer Émilie Gillet. All MI products are are fully open source hardware under a CC-BY-SA license.[1]

List of products

MI modules do not easily fit the usual synth module categories.[1]

Modulation sources

Discontinued

  • Peaks, envelope/LFO/tap LFO/drum generator

Plumbing

Sequencing and control

  • Ears, contact microphone
  • Frames, mixer/keyframer
  • Grids, topographic drum sequencer
  • Marbles, random sampler
  • Yarns, 4-channel MIDI interface

Sound modifiers

Discontinued

Sound sources

Discontinued

  • Braids, macro-oscillator
  • Edges, quad chiptune audio generator

References

  1. ^ a b Interview with Olivier Gillet (Mutable Instruments) by Tom Ferguson, Keith McMillen Instruments, September 2015

External links

Firmware hacking