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Beastly pedals and Eurorack modules, built with love and pride in Bombay, India.
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Creative and interesting pedals and eurorack instruments for your creativity.

Welcome them to the forum.

Shoot 'em an email

Official Website Here.
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Hello from Bombay, India - a big thank you to Kent and MW for helping us get this forum set up.

We're hoping to use this place not just as an announcement space, but also as a knowledge resource for our pedals and modules.

Here's a quick set of links:

Our website: www.animalfactoryamps.com

Our Instagram: www.instagram.com/animalfactoryamps

Product Manuals: https://animalfactoryamps.com/pages/manuals

Product Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_hAPM ... yOuaujHu_w

Retailer Map: https://bit.do/afamap

Keep it loud! <3
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Nice. Seems like you have a lot of cool stuff. Need to check all of these out a bit more in depth. :) welcome!
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Hey there! FYI the youtube link above is broken.
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didahdrieghe wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 6:50 am Hey there! FYI the youtube link above is broken.
Fixed this with the YouTube link from their website.
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These guys make fire, straight up!

I waited forever for their restock on GodEater distortion eurorack module and ended up picking up an Orobas in addition. Totally worth the wait!

The Godeater is one of the best distortion modules available in all Eurorack. Huge tonal availability that is easily tamed / manipulated with the built-in controls. If you want to make killer distorted tones -- basslines, acid lines, searing leads -- this one will get you there and then some.

The AFA Orobas is their unique take on the idea of a tube-guitar amp for Eurorack. It's a high end, tube-based dual VCA. This one has capabilities ranging from subtle tube warm/saturation to absurd wavefolding.

All their modules are big and badass with regards to sound and size. Very high quality builds, with beautiful thick aluminum panels.

Big fan of these guys. Can't wait to see what else they bring to market.

Keep up the great work fellas!
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I’m happy with the Orobas module, thanks
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I reacently got a baron samedi modul and till this day I wasn't aware what my rack is lacking. Definatly an Animal Factory distortion. :mrgreen:
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Welcome! Really cool modules.
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Whoa, awesome! Love the panels. I'm keeping an eye on you! :zombie:
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Great to see this sub forum! I have a Godeater and absolutely love it. Makes anything and everything sound galactically evil.
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I would love to see some demos of the forthcoming Coma Reactor V2.0!
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Hey there :)

So I'd like to bother you guys with a little issue I have. A few days ago I bought a used Godeater unit and yeah .. the thing doesn't sound as expected. Here as a quick video demonstrating my problem and I'm kindly asking for help :)

https://youtu.be/T5_K5z_hnnQ
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Thank you everybody for the warm welcome and kind words!
hermansmasher wrote: Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:27 pm Hey there :)

So I'd like to bother you guys with a little issue I have. A few days ago I bought a used Godeater unit and yeah .. the thing doesn't sound as expected. Here as a quick video demonstrating my problem and I'm kindly asking for help :)

EDIT: had a proper listen, sounds off to me too. Sending you a DM, let's get on email and I'll sort this Godeater out ASAP!
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hermansmasher wrote: Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:27 pm Hey there :)

So I'd like to bother you guys with a little issue I have. A few days ago I bought a used Godeater unit and yeah .. the thing doesn't sound as expected. Here as a quick video demonstrating my problem and I'm kindly asking for help :)

So, future me wants to thank Aditya from animal factory amps for the top-notch customer service he showed. As it seems, I somehow managed to get myself an unmodified built of the module, thus sounding as demonstrated in the video. Not only did he offer me to guide me through some necessary changes of SMDs, but also has been in contact with Schneiders Laden who eventually updated / "repaired" the module. (even though it was bought used, the person who sold it to me helped me with claiming the still valid warranty)
Having it back now, I can say I love the utterly brutal fuzziness it produces and have a lot of fun with it. :)

Thank You
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hermansmasher wrote: Thu Oct 13, 2022 6:40 am
hermansmasher wrote: Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:27 pm Hey there :)

So I'd like to bother you guys with a little issue I have. A few days ago I bought a used Godeater unit and yeah .. the thing doesn't sound as expected. Here as a quick video demonstrating my problem and I'm kindly asking for help :)

So, future me wants to thank Aditya from animal factory amps for the top-notch customer service he showed. As it seems, I somehow managed to get myself an unmodified built of the module, thus sounding as demonstrated in the video. Not only did he offer me to guide me through some necessary changes of SMDs, but also has been in contact with Schneiders Laden who eventually updated / "repaired" the module. (even though it was bought used, the person who sold it to me helped me with claiming the still valid warranty)
Having it back now, I can say I love the utterly brutal fuzziness it produces and have a lot of fun with it. :)

Thank You
Thanks for the kind words - glad to see it all worked out!
In the interest of full disclosure, I am Animal Factory Amplification.
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