Walk and Weft

Arturia Minifreak - dust cover now available

Posted by Daniel Paulo on

Very pleased to have got hold of an Arturia Minifreak and am looking forward to exploring and creating new ideas with it, and enjoying 6 notes of polyphony - the Microfreak was good, but this is great! You can find our dust cover for the Minifreak here

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AMS Stands are well worth a look for supporting your gear

Posted by Daniel Paulo on

We are very pleased to announce a partnership with AMS Stands, makers of a quality, convenient, sturdy and secure solution for your musical hardware needs. The system comes in four size styles Micro Tower, Micro, Minor & Major, which can be freestanding desktop or piggybacked on to most keyboard stands. All parts are fully interchangeable across the range with a host of add-on accessories. We feel that there is a genuine connection between what they and we do and are happy to put their name forward.  The products and the prices look great! You can find them at www.amsstands.co.uk, tell...

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Synthfest 2022 is coming!

Posted by Daniel Paulo on

At last, after 3 years, Synthfest at Sheffield is back!  We won't be there as exhibitors but of course we (or I, Daniel) will be there.  I'm pleased to have not missed a single one since it started.  It's always a nice, interesting, inspiring and noisy day!  I should wear a badge or something, if anyone would like to say hello... okay I'll wear my old Renoise T-Shirt!  I can't image too many others wearing such a thing, as it is something of an 'underground' DAW (and, of course, those in the know say that it is not a DAW...). ...

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Holiday dates for summer 2022

Posted by Ann Cruickshanks on

Just a few words to say we are on holiday from 18th June to 11th July 2022 (Scottish Highlands as usual) so won't be taking any orders during that period, and also not for a few days before so we can catch up with all outstanding orders before we set off.

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Eurorack Attenuator Module just launched

Posted by Daniel Paulo on

This is just a little experiment really, but some people may find it useful.  Having chunky fingers does not endear me to Eurorack, though I do think it's a brilliant way to create a truly personalised piece of synth hardware.  My own rack is very basic: Mutable Plaits, a Takaab triple LFO module, a Vermona MeloDicer and a Toppobrillo Quantimator (which I've barely used).  It's my beloved Matriarch which has been doing Attenuator duties previously and they are handy modules, even a small rig like mine wants 3 or 4 of them. Liam and I talked a lot about the...

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