Hosa Technology Adds Knucklebones to Synth Solutions Lineup
Hosa Technology, Inc.
Buena Park, CA, WNAMM Booth #15317 — Hosa Technology, Inc., the leading innovator of analog and digital connectivity solutions for the modern musician, is pleased to announce Knucklebones as the latest addition to their lineup of connectivity solutions for modular synthesizers. The new Hosa Knucklebones are small, standalone mults that enable Eurorack modular synth players to take a single outbound signal to five different inputs at the same time.
Playfully designed to resemble a Jacks game piece, Knucklebones feature six 3.5 mm connection points. With the use of one patch cable, the user can plug into any of the points to create five discrete copies of the original signal. Thanks to their bright color and unique shape, Knucklebones are easy to spot and remain in place on even the most complex patches.
Hosa has been connecting modular synthesizers for years with headphone extension cables and 1/4-inch patch cables, but entry into the Eurorack market began in 2016 with the introduction of the CMM-800 Series Unbalanced Patch Cables. Each pack consists of eight assorted-color cables featuring nickel-plated 3.5 mm connectors. Available in four different lengths, Hosa CMM-800 Series Unbalanced Patch Cables are ideal for any Eurorack modular synth rig.
One year later, Hosa Technology followed up the CMM-800 Series with the Hopscotch cable series. Hopscotch patch cables feature an additional 3.5 mm jack that can be used to split a signal at the source or to daisy chain a signal across multiple modules.
Hosa Technology’s Product Manager, Jose Gonzalez, commented on the latest release, “Modular synthesizers inspire musical experimentation and remind us the creative process should be fun.” He continued, “Knucklebones may look like toys but they are actually vital music-making tools that multiply the sonic possibilities. We’re confident synth players everywhere will reach for Knucklebones as they look to create new musical ideas.”
Hosa Knucklebones are available now at an MSRP of $14.95 each.