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SWN by 4MS - Loopop Tutorial and Review

I just came across the SWN (Spectral Wavetable Navigator) by eurorack module developers 4MS. It’s pretty insane… Six voices of stereo wavetable gold can now be had in your eurorack system. That’s power.

Below is Loopop’s tutorial and review of the module and I’ll let him do the talking as he does it very well, as always!

Links:
Respective post on Loopop’s own website.
SWN module page on 4MS website.


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