x0x-heart Eurorack Module

by Open Music Labs

The heart of a TB303 synth recreated in modular format.

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$20,001 raised

of $1,500 goal

1,333% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$303

x0x-heart Module

x0x-heart Front

$1,075

x0x-heart Module - 5 Pack

Intended for distributors (or if you're just looking for a symphonic wall of acid): $215 each.


$225

x0x-heart Module - Kit

Build your own module - the kit includes the panel, the pacemaker, the x0x-heart itself, knobs, Euro cable, etc. Some patience + a soldering iron, and you've got yourself a module. All required soldering is through-hole.


$925

x0x-heart Module - Kit - 5 Pack

A distributor pack for the shops catering to the DIY enthusiasts: $185 each.

Credits

Open Music Lab Logo

Open Music Labs

Analog and digital techniques - tools for musicians, composers, and tinkerers.


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