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  1. Unleash Your Inner Drummer: Exploring the Unique Capabilities of WMD Kraken Eurorack Module.

    The WMD Kraken Eurorack module is a physical modelling snare drum module that utilizes digital synthesis to create realistic snare drums of all sizes, shapes, materials, and colors. It features three built-in distortion types, digital and analog noise sources, and a pitch shifter for a wide range of unique sounds. The module can be sequenced using the Head, Rim, and Accent gate inputs, and paired with other modules for a completely unique set of drums. Kraken is an ideal choice for those seeking to unleash their inner drummer and explore the unique capabilities of a drum synthesizer module.

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  2. Get Grooving with the Magerit Metro: A Complete Drum Synthesizer in a Eurorack Module

    The article "Get Grooving with the Magerit Metro: A Complete Drum Synthesizer in a Eurorack Module" highlights the features and functionalities of the Magerit Metro, a 13HP-width Eurorack module that serves as a drum synthesizer and rhythmic sequencer. The module consists of 11 unique algorithms for generating different instruments and rhythms. It also includes six slots for loading instruments and generating patterns, a Euclidean and step sequencer, assignable potentiometers and CV inputs, and modifiable trigger inputs. Additionally, it has built-in echo and reverb effects, providing a stadium-like sound experience. The article recommends checking out the manual for more information on the module's specifications.

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  3. Exploring the Unpredictable and Evolving Sounds of the Reverse Landfill Noise V9 Eurorack Module

    The Reverse Landfill Noise V9 Eurorack Module is a patchable noise source that creates unpredictable and evolving sounds through four square wave oscillators that modulate each other, go through a clock divider, and are mixed. With 20 patchpoints and the ability to patch LDRs or resistors into the patchbay, this module is suitable for creating harsh noise, random control voltage, snares, hi-hats, or "unpure" audio textures. The article explores the unique features of the module and the different combinations that can be made for even more variation in sound.

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