The MOD Duo crowdfunding campaign will be launched this week on Kickstarter.com
Stay tuned to buy the MOD Duo with a huge price discount.
We will also have stretch goals during the campaign in order to produce the MOD Duo with even better features, such as a 24 bits USB audio interface, an unibody aluminum casing and a 50% faster processor, so help us to spread the word!
The more people involved in the campaign the better MOD Duo will get.
Register your email at: portalmod.com and be informed 24h before the campaign starts!
We are counting on you to help us produce the Last Live Sound Processor You’ll Ever Need!
Thanks a lot!
The MOD Team
The saxophone player Marcelo Coelho is one of those few musicians that has the experience of many.
Besides teaching for years in different music schools, he released several authoral albums and has been playing with many influential musicians in small clubs, large concerts and orchestras.
He knew the MOD a few weeks ago and now he is back to our studio to try some different texture for his saxophone.
We recorded all this experience and you can see for yourself what an amazing musician can do with the endless possibilities of MOD.
A small video showing Laura Sobenes playing the flute and Bruno Gola, a DJ, using the same MOD.
With 2 audio inputs + MIDI input, the MOD allows you to use up to 3 instruments simultaneously. Each one with it’s own effects chain controlled independently.
The possibilities are endless.
For the MOD Duo, our Hardware Engineer, Rafael Guayer, designed a soundboard that follows audiophile concepts.
Making use of special operational amplifiers, audiophile passive components, a high definition CODEC and a carefully designed circuit layout, the MOD Duo provides a quality level for the audio interface that is seldom seen on a mass market digital sound processor.
Testing the new Harmonizer plug-in and the GX Amp Simulator with the MOD Duo.
We just got all the components to assemble the MOD Duo RC-1.
These are the PCBs that arrived from China, the new LCD displays and the components box that came from USA.
We’ll make the assembly following the final specification such as the chosen Audio CODEC and Coreboard.
Differently from the prototype, the RC-1 uses a two-board architecture.
Here is our Hardware Engineer, Rafael Guayer, soldering the SMD components in-house!
Stay tuned for more updates!
After months of development, hundreds of hours of meetings, reviewing and re-reviewing the kinds of components we wanted to use in our audiophile soundboard, obsessing over firmware, software, cloud, DSP, codec, drivers, SDK, lib, scripts, videos, photos, suppliers, crowdfunding and many, many other things, we are very proud to inform that in mid September the MOD Duo will be launched at Kickstarter.com
It’s been an epic journey to get here, and we’re looking forward to bringing you the MOD - and throughout the whole campaign we will be posting content about the “MOD Experience” right here in our blog!
Now we’ve got a little you favor to ask - can you help us spread the word? You can help us out by SHARING our posts on your Social Networks. We promise they’re going to be really, really interesting - and if you want to help us out, this is the easiest way. And it’s free.
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Stay tuned! The campaign starts mid-September - and the first buyers will get a great discount.
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Thanks a lot for all the help!
The MOD Team.