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!



New arrivals at the FoH store! PBr4, 5×5 and 1x6x13!

Fifty of the’Plague Bearer r4, 5×5 +5VDC Power Adapter and the 1x6x13 Distribution Board have been added to the FoH store. Order now so you don’t feel left behind when the neighbors are making stranger noises than you.

Flight of harmony newsletter – August 2010

Greetings to all once again!

We’ve been pretty busy lately; mostly with re-structuring the business and a lot of work on the website, but also with two new eurorack modules: V’Amp and POWER.

The V’Amp (8 h.p., US$125.00) is a combination voltage-controlled amplifier (VCA) and ring modulator in one device, with the ability to smoothly change from VCA, to ring mod, then to inverting VCA, with one knob.
V’Amp page: http://m5m.830.myftpupload.com/product-lines/vamp/
V’Amp Barebones Pack (VBP): US$70.00. PCB dimensions: 78mm x 39mm/3” x 1.5”

POWER (US$85.00) is a ±12V 1A power supply in a 10hp eurorack format, is 40mm deep, and is intended mainly for shallow or portable systems, but works just fine for permanent setups.  The POWER module includes a 12VAC output wall adapter – keeping the transformer outside of the case helps to keep down hum and magnetically coupled noise – but can be purchased without the adapter for US$75.00. A ±15V 1A option will also be available upon request.

POWER Barebones Pack (PWBP): US$55.00, US$45.00 without adapter The POWER Barebones Pack was designed for easy installation into any project: the AC input, power switch, and LEDs can all be remotely located, and all components and headers are on one side. PCB dimensions: 104mm x 89mm/4.10” x 1.93”
POWER page: http://m5m.830.myftpupload.com/product-lines/power/
POWER images: http://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=19710&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

And it is also fundraising time: Now accepting orders for pre-release V’Amp and POWER modules. The delivery time is 1-3 weeks. In this case, “pre-release” means I just haven’t had time to work on the manuals or packaging yet. Manuals will be available for download from the respective product page once they are completed.

As for the website, Sonja has been doing a lot of work making it more useful and we now have PayPal buttons for in-stock products. There are more changes to come – as soon as we find a good back-end structure that works well – including forums, embedded Soundcloud clips, and other goodies.

We are now accepting orders directly, both U.S.A. and International.

Oh yeah: Stickers. You keep asking for ‘em, so we’re looking into getting some made. If you have an idea for an f(h) sticker that just HAS to be done, let us know!

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