Microcell - uCell, µCell, Micro Supercell (black panel)

Compact version of Supercell, expanded version of Clouds

microcell is a miniature version of the Supercell module by Grayscale, which is an expanded version of Clouds by Mutable Instruments.

Clouds was discontinued in 2017 and Supercell was released in 2018, running the same core DSP as Clouds but with a significantly expanded interface that includes stereo VCAs, input and output mutes, dedicated knobs for blend controls, and an auxiliary CV input for routing one control signal to all parameters.

microcell shrinks the expanded functionality of Supercell down into a 14hp size (20hp smaller than Supercell and 4hp smaller than Clouds), excluding only the CV input attenuators for the most compact possible layout.

microcell is available as a fully assembled module or a complete DIY kit. A standard Eurorack power cable is included with each unit. Choose from gray aluminum or black matte panel options. The DIY kit includes a fully tested subassembly with all SMD parts pre-installed. All you have to do is solder the front PCB components (jacks, pots, LEDs, switches, and headers) and calibrate the module. The DIY kit includes all parts needed to complete the build.

By default, microcell ships with the expanded "SuperParasites" firmware which combines code from Mutable Instruments (original Clouds DSP), Matthias Puech (Parasites), and Julius Kammerl (Beat Repeat) into one powerful DSP library. This firmware was compiled by Patrick Dowling (of the Ornament & Crime team). You'll never have to switch between different firmware versions again, because all eight modes are easily accessible.

Shipping ETA is May 2019. Final prototypes are currently being tested. Preorder now to avoid missing out on the first batch.

https://microcell.cc

  • ? mA +12V
  • ? mA -12V
  • ? mA 5V
  • 28 mm deep

Available as an assembled Module and as a DIY project.

This Module is a prototype or in a concept phase.

$195 Price in € submitted Apr 17th, 19:58 by sempervirent | last Change May 8th, 20:06 by sempervirent
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