Noise Engineering has announced two new Eurorack products for its Legio and Versio platforms.

Polydactyl Versio (MSRP $355 USD) is Noise Engineering’s take on a stereo multiband dynamics processor. Equally at home on single-instrument timbral processing and on end-of-chain gloss and mix cohesion, Polydactyl Versio is sure to be love-at-first-patch for anyone looking to zest up their mix.

Polydactyl applies a unique and transparent algorithm across three adjustable bands for maximal dynamic impact. If transparent doesn’t suit your needs, add in some multiband saturation. Polydactyl also features a noise gate and limiting capabilities; this is a processor that gives ultimate control of color and dynamics in just 10hp.

Tymp Legio (MSRP $279 USD) is inspired by the Noise Engineering team’s love of all types of bang/crash/kick/boom sounds. This is not your normal drum-kit module with samples or simple emulations, though. Instead, they took the challenge of a small percussion module as an opportunity to fit the drums they wanted quick access to in 6hp. Tymp is all about playfulness and fun, with an easy-to-use interface that puts a massive tonal and textural range under your control.

Available in black and silver, both modules are part of the Noise Engineering platform concept. Owners of any Versio or Legio module can swap the firmware to any other firmware for that platform, completely free, at the Noise Engineering Customer Portal.

Public preorders are available now, with shipping starting on August 25th, 2022.

More information: Noise Engineering