ah, yes. the storied Omnimod. if you're here you likely already know all about it, but in case you don't, a quick summary:way back in the days of yore, the Omnimod was successfully funded on Kickstarter (or maybe it was IndieGoGo?) and the people were oh so very excited. then a year passed. then another... still no sign of it. then, in early 2018. Omnimods finally start appearing in mailboxes and Instagram posts. unfortunately Macro Machines (the manufacturer) appears to have all but disappeared off the face of the planet, leaving WMD to (perhaps reluctantly?) inherit the Omnimod throne.it was late 2018 when i got my hands on one (secondhand, i was not a backer) and it is pretty dang cool. i don't think it's as amazing or flexible as it was originally made out to be and there's a bit of a learning curve on the interface (as with most digital modules these days) but it's worth the time and effort if you're seeking a versatile, unique envelope generator/oscillator(?)/LFO/sorta-sequencrer-thingy. at 14hp it's not small but it looks and feels great (quality encoder/buttons) and makes some really wild modulation shapes.includes ribbon cable and original box (be aware, there is minor tearing on the outside of the box).
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