The “Dealers don’t wanna restock and I don’t wanna find a job yet 20% off everything sale” MAGIC WORDS.

As the catchy title implies, I’m broke and need money. This means I need to get a job. I don’t want to just yet because I’d like to at least get the Facehugger control module out to beta testers before I put everything on hold for a bit, which means desperate sale time, yay! Also, it’s Summer, which means that, even though they’re largely sold out of most f(h) modules, it’s the slow time for Synthland, and dealers don’t like to restock until Fall, so this is a great chance to get some unavailable gear for a great price! Now, onwards, to the rules!

What’s covered?

Everything – which means all currently-active product lines, both modules and kits. Which means:

  • Facehugger – Function Generator, arpeggiator, etc. Preorder item, see note below.
  • Famine (1500 & 500) – Voltage-controlled power starvation module.
  • IMP – Noise source.
  • Desktop Infernal Noise Machine – Road-worthy version of the Infernal Noise Machine, see note below.
  • Parasite Antifilter – Hellacious distortion, fuzz, drone generator, ambience generator, drum tone source, I mean holy hell this things is fun and surprising.
  • Plague Bearer – Voltage-controlled Bandpass filter, distortion, the classic.
  • Sinner – Sine shaper and signal processor.
  • Sound of Shadows – Voltage controlled, chainable digital delay.
  • 1-6-13 – Protected eurorack power distribution board
  • 5×5 – Passthrough +5V power source, plug into any open spot on your power board and not lose the spot.

This is below, and this is the note therein:

This even includes the last of the desktop Infernal Noise Machine Blood Boxes/Minimal Cases and even the Facehugger preorder, but please note the longer lead times involved on those items.

20% off means what?

It means 20% of the listed MSRP for each item.

20% off
Facehugger module  $295.00  $236.00
Facehugger module kit  $220.00  $176.00
Famine 500 module  $177.00  $141.60
Famine 500 kit  $137.00  $109.60
Famine 1500 module  $177.00  $141.60
Famine 1500 kit  $137.00  $109.60
IMP module  $219.00  $175.20
IMP kit  $166.00  $132.80
INM Blood Box  $2,066.00  $1,652.80
INM Minimal Case  $1,816.00  $1,452.80
Parasite Antifilter module  $239.00  $191.20
Parasite Antifilter kit  $189.00  $151.20
Plague Bearer module  $119.00  $95.20
Plague Bearer kit  $81.00  $64.80
Sinner module  $124.00  $99.20
Sinner kit  $84.00  $67.20
Sound of Shadows module  $149.00  $119.20
Sound of Shadows kit  $109.00  $87.20
1-6-13  $20.00  $16.00
5×5  $ 10.00  $ 8.00

When does the sale begin and end?

It begins when I post this on Friday, July 21st, 2023, and ends after that. Let’s say on Tuesday, July 25th, because that sounds like a sufficiently arbitrary day.

What is not included?

Shipping is not included. I still have to charge for that since they still insist on charging me.

What about availability?

To start, the only ready-to-go items are a few Famine 500, everything else is built when ordered. All long-lead items (panels, pots, jacks) are on-hand, and most other parts are on-hand or can be within one week.

When will my order ship?

When it is ready.

I always wanted to say that. It’s true, but to clarify: that depends on how many orders I get. Most will ship in the default 2-4 weeks, and I’ll let you know of any changes.

How do I order?

Send me your info via the contact page, check the boxes you want, include your preferred PayPal email address, your zip code or country (to calculate shipping), and I’ll send you a PayPal invoice.

What kind of shipping?

This is for all locations, domestic and international:

Shipping always defaults to US Postal Priority shipping. It’s a bit more expensive than First Class/Parcel Post, but it’s faster, has tracking, and is a generally a bit more reliable in today’s shipping hellscape.

First Class/Parcel Post/Snail Mail is still available, but only if you ask for it.

What about…?

Dunno, I’m not you so I didn’t think of that. Send me a question via the contact page and I’ll get back to you.

Best regards, hugs and kisses,


flight of harmony newsletter October 25, 2020

Hello again!

The Infernal Noise Machine Kickstarter has finally ended. The goal was not met, but there were enough backers willing to change their pledges to orders so we can go ahead and make them anyway. We had hoped to get enough backers to have some production model units built for stock, but that’s OK. The Limited Edition units were the main focus. Kickstarter was an interesting experience and we’ll probably use it again in the future with the same intent of building the module regardless. It’s a good platform and could be a lot of fun if done the right way. Thanks again to everyone for joining in!

There was enough time during the campaign to get the final details worked out on the eurorack INM and we are now starting the Limited Edition production run. There are only 13 of the LE units left and this is the only time they will be built, so grab one while you can! The INM-Exp expander module is being built as well. More information on both available on the Kickstarter page.  (I’ll get the pages up on the website as soon as I can.)

Pre-order pricing:

INM-E:             $777.00 + shipping

INM-Exp:         $80.00 + shipping


After production, prices go to MSRP:

INM-E:             $949.00 + shipping

INM-Exp:         $125.00 + shipping


Desktop & 5U Infernal Noise Machine

Development of the Desktop and 5U Infernal Noise Machine resumes after INM-E production ends. You can follow updates and discussions of the INM-D in the thread at Muff’s.


Best wishes to everyone, take care!



Desktop INM status

We’ve received a few inquiries about the desktop INM:

The original desktop Infernal Noise Machine is discontinued, but a new one based on the upgraded and expanded INM-E module is in the works. A 5U version is also planned.

We’re busy with the INM-E Kickstarter right now, but work on the desktop and 5U variants will resume afterward. Announcements will be posted here, twitter, and in the f(h) forum on Muffwiggler when there is news.

flight of harmony status update

First, my apologies to all for the current widespread unavailability of f(h) products from dealers and the long silence from myself. I have been busy building the combined stock orders and they should be available once again very soon – I hope to have it all finished within the next two weeks.

However, I have been spending so much time concentrating on this order that I now find myself a mite low on funds and need to pay some bills, so it is time for a pre-order sale! I am now taking orders for the following items:

  • Quad Plague Bearer (QPB)– US$300.00 + S&H
    • Rev. 3.3 circuitry (same sound as r4.0)
    • $50.00 off retail price of US$350.00.
    • S&H is $12.50 for continental U.S., international rates vary.
  • Infernal Noise Machine– US$666.00 + S&H
    • Solid walnut housing, hand-built by George Mattson of Mattson Mini Modular.
    • $111.00 off retail price of $777.00
    • S&H is $25.00 for continental U.S., international rates vary.

All orders must be prepaid to get the discount. Lead time for prepaid orders is 6-8 weeks, depending on number of orders and place in the queue.

Please send inquiries to [email protected], orders can be placed via PayPal to [email protected].

‘Recognizer’ by Bennett Williams

We just received an email from a Flight of Harmony user named Bennett Williams alerting us to their album ‘Recognizer‘, which gratitously features the Infernal Noise Machine. For a link to their Soundcloud page featuring the album, click here. If you wonder ‘how in Hades did they get such wonderful drones, such strange percussion and create the sound of a thousand angry hornets’ – here is their creative process:

The [Infernal Noise Machine] had all of its CV inputs coming from both a Moog MP-201 CV pedal, and a Moog Etherwave Theremin Plus. Then I ran the audio through a Boomerang looper. Essentially what you are hearing are loops of the Infernal Noise Machine on top of itself many times over, all as I am changing parameters and creating new loops as I go.

We love to hear about how our customers are using (and abusing) our gear and what they create with it.

Thank you, Bennett.

Recognizer by Bennett Williams

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