Video: Pittsburgh Modular Demos the Microvolt 3900 from the NAMM Floor

At NAMM this year, Pittsburgh Modular demoed its newest synthesizer, the Microvolt 3900. This entirely standalone unit is a first for the company that, before now, has never released a non-eurorack unit. We had a chance to stop by their NAMM booth to have a look.

The Microvolt 3900 is the amalgamation of a lot of the features that we've seen in previous Pittsburgh Modular eurorack modules and a host of new and unique functionality.

Its saw-based oscillator, for instance, includes wave-shaping controls that give users control over extra parameters, like pulse-width. The sine wave control also features an extra "harmonic sine" button that you can engage that'll add extra harmonics to an otherwise clean sine.

This just scratches the surface of what the Microvolt 3900 is capable of, so be sure to check out the video above for more. Click the banner below to be taken to more gear news straight from the NAMM floor.

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