At Superbooth 2023, Noise Engineering has introduced the Roucha Legio, the fourth module on their Legio platform.
Their concept for Legio is that it’s a Eurorack hardware platform that can load a wide variety of firmware, making it the foundation of a variety of module types. Anyone with any Legio module will be able to try any firmware for it, for free.
The Noise Engineering Roucha Legio module is a stereo resonant multimode filter with wavefolding, 1V/octave tracking, and gateable bypass.
Roucha Legio features lowpass, bandpass, and highpass filter settings. The filter frequency is adjustable via the dedicated encoder or the one-volt-per-octave CV input. Roucha Legio is designed not to self-oscillate without an input signal, but once a signal is added, the Resonance control can offer anything from clean to the squelch of an acid house bassline. Resonance is also CV-able, which means filter sweeps are easy to achieve.
- 6 HP
- CV-able inputs
- Bypassable filter
- 1v/8va tracking
- Self-calibrating frequency CV
- Part of Legio ecosystem: buy one module, get them all
- Hotswappable panel overlays sold separately
Here’s the video intro:
Pricing and Availability:
Roucha Legio is available now, in black and silver, with an MSRP of $310 USD.
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