Mutable Instruments Beads Granular Texture Synthesizer Module
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Overview

Mutable Instruments' Beads is a granular texture synthesizer, and the successor to the company's ever-popular Clouds Eurorack module. Beads lets you sample and transform audio in real time in endlessly creative ways. You can use it as a delay, reverb, or pitch-shifting effect, alter rhythms and beats, or use it as a sound source for the rest of your rig.

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Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Beads
Finish
  • Silver
Year
  • 2021 - 2022
Made In
  • France
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