Noise Engineering’s New Viol Ruina Combines Analog Distortion & Filtering In A 4HP Eurorack Module

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Noise Engineering has today expanded its range of distortion Eurorack module. Viol Ruina is a new all analog filter that combines in a dirty way distortion and filtering. It offers a 24dB lowpass filter with a very harsh resonance and includes a built-in envelope follower and feedback FM. The filter’s output is normalized to a separate harsh distortion circuit. Good is here that it features separate ins & outs for its filter and drive section that gives users more flexibility in the patching workflow (they can use them separately in a patch per example).

At first look, Viol Ruina is a very exciting filter module that is very different compared to other filters on the market. I think it fits perfectly to musicians who produce experimental, noisy or industrial music with Eurorack Synthesizers. Or just to bring some nice-sounding distortion into your sound.

Noise Engineering Viol Ruina


Viol Ruina is an all-analog distortion and lowpass filter with an internal envelope follower and self-modulating cutoff. The four-pole design is reminiscent of the classic filters we all know but with a completely new and slightly ridiculous twist. The independently addressable distortion circuit takes VR into overdriven paradise with a shocking amount of drive.

Built-in envelope following makes an easy way to create dynamic patches with the flick of a switch, and feedback FM takes VR to a whole new realm of filthiness. Run a sound through VR, you’ll get something cool out of it.

Noise Engineering Viol Ruina is available now for $133 USD.

More information here: Noise Engineering 

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