Video: Check Out the Pittsburgh Modular Foundation Evo and Foundation Four Synthesizers at NAMM 2017

For their part at this year’s NAMM, Pittsburgh Modular is showcasing two new attractive systems: the Lifeforms Foundation Evo and Lifeform Foundation Four.

Comprised of a series of new modules also introduced this year, the Foundation systems are complete modular synthesizers ready to take out of the box and go to work. Built around the power of two analog tracking oscillators dubbed the Double Helix, the EVO also comes packing a built-in LFO, modulation bus for quick routing, dynamic impulse filter, and standalone ADSR module for a world of sounds.

On the more functional side, Pittsburgh incorporated a six-channel system interface with built-in preamps capable of handling external hardware like a drum machine. An intuitive, newly designed mixer is also in place alongside an auxiliary send/return and the option to switch the headphones between the bus and main for both studio and live applications.

The slimmer option, the Foundation Four, essentially takes out the more control-oriented bottom half of the Evo with the option to expand the system later on. Heavy hitters like the Double Helix Oscillator and Binary Filter are still included.

The Evo comes in at a MAP of $3,799 while the Four clocks in at $2,599.

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