Softube Debuts the 4ms Pingable Envelope Generator (PEG) for the Softube Modular Ecosystem

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Linköping, Sweden, November 2017 - Softube is proud to announce the 4ms Pingable Envelope Generator (PEG) for $29. A new and long-awaited addition to the Softube Modular ecosystem, it opens up a vast array of possibilities beyond the basic ADSR envelope generator included in the core Modular package. Two independent envelope generators can be ‘pinged’ by external sources - your DAW clock, for example - to define the cycle-length of the envelope(s) and generate rhythmic effects and interactions never before possible in Modular.

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Fully licensed and endorsed by 4ms, manufacturers of the original hardware, the 4ms PEG expands your creative horizons. Create crazy polyrhythms for percussive clicks and beeps, or match the elastic wobble of a dubstep bassline to the tempo of your track with ease. Multiply the pinged tempo of each channel to fit two, three, four or more envelope cycles into each beat, or divide to generate longer cycles which still conform to your pinged tempo. And send the envelope generated by one side to CV modulate the parameters of the other. This module is fantastic for fun experimentation, and often results in happy accidents. 

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“...It's a fantastic rhythmic tool, making divisions and shaped envelopes...”
-Christoffer Berg

What is the 4ms PEG anyway?
A versatile expansion to Modular, Softube’s virtual Eurorack synthesizer.
Price: $29 USD
Introductory offer: $23 USD until January 8, 2018


About Softube
Softube develops both hardware and software for the audio industry. A number of high-end computer recording plug-ins are available under the Softube brand and the company has done development for reputable companies such as Marshall, Fender, Abbey Road Studios, Native Instruments, Ableton and TC Electronic. Our own plug-ins are the products of partnerships with renowned hardware manufacturers. The company was founded by Oscar Öberg in 2003 and consists today of twenty persons with headquarters in Linköping, Sweden.