Persephone listed in SOS 'Modular Gear Of The Year'

We're delighted to say that our Persephone Eurorack module was listed in Sound On Sound magazine's 'Modular Gear Of The Year' list for 2022.

One of a flurry of all‑analogue modules released by Expert Sleepers this year, which also included a mightily impressive filter, phaser and oscillator, the Persephone is a VCA that you will go back to again and again.

Read the full article
here and read their original review of Persephone here.

New analogue modules video by Tom Churchill

YouTuber Tom Churchill just published a deep dive video about the Expert Sleepers analogue module range - Ivo, Lorelei, Beatrix, and Persephone. It explains the modules well, and offers some patch tips that even we hadn't considered!

Analogue module series reviewed in SOS

Our range of analogue modules (Ivo, Lorelei, Beatrix, and Persephone) was reviewed in Sound On Sound magazine, June 2022 issue. They particularly liked Persephone:

The actual tone of the Persephone is glorious … Overall, and I do not say this lightly, the Persephone is probably the best small‑format VCA I have come across in Eurorack

Read the full review here.

New module - Persephone

Today we're releasing a new addition to our range of analogue modules - Persephone.

Persephone is a VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier) using a discrete JFET as the gain element. The JFET can be tastefully (or violently) overdriven for saturation/distortion effects.

Persephone also includes a zero-crossing detector, which can be used to restrict gain changes to zeros in the audio waveform, preventing clicks and pops that can occur with very fast envelopes, especially on lower pitched sounds. In fact, with the zero-crossing circuit engaged, you can use a simple gate as the CV input without clicks.

Available immediately (stock permitting) - see Where To Buy.

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