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QU-BIT ELECTRONIX Chance and Mixology Eurorack modules

Earlier this year, Qu-Bit Electronix announced a clutch of new modules, and we were lucky enough to get our hands on two of them. Dave Gale plugs up some stereo and rolls the dice…


Kit Mixology and Chance

Manufacturer Qu-Bit Electronix

Price Mixology: $399/£379 Chance: $279/£249

Contact Qu-Bit Electronix


If there’s one question that I rhetorically ask myself, it’s ‘Why are there not more mixers available in Eurorack form?’ and when I say mixers, I’m talking about audio mixers. I guess part of the answer could be because it’s so easy to just buy an external mixer to do the same task – but does it? Well, ‘no’, in a word. Because as any Eurorack fiend knows, especially ones who have a penchant for playing live, you want to have something in the rack that you can get at, and something that can be placed under CV control. Qu-Bit seeks to address this with their new module Mixology, which offers a solution to all of those wishes, and – wait for it – it’s got a stereo output.

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The new issue of MusicTech is on sale from Thursday 17th August and we’re honoured to be the first magazine to present a feature on the brand new studio facilities at the legendary Abbey Road studios: The Gatehouse and the Penthouse. To mark this occasion we bring you a giant Abbey Road special, featuring a studio tour, a COMPLETE gear list, an interview with iconic producer John Leckie (who begun his career at AR) as well as hands on tutorials designed to show you how to re-create the Abbey Road sound at home! We’ve also got a disc packed with Abbey Road related video content for you to feast your eyes on. Elsewhere this issue we have features looking at the history of the Korg MonoPoly, 6 ways to cheat at making music as well as our usual plethora of reviews including the Pioneer Toraiz AS-1 and Novation Circuit 1.5 and a wide range of tutorial content.