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2hp is the smallest width that a Eurorack module can be, and that is where the company 2hp get their name.
They design only the slimmest module strips for packing in loads of effects, or to simply fill out a bit of extra space.
The 2hp motto is ‘size matters’, and it certainly does when it comes to getting the most bang for your buck, for the least real estate possible.
The 2hp brand was set up by boutique module designer Qu-Bit, so you know it has quality written all over. All Qu-Bit’s products are big and brash, designed to be the digital centrepiece of your Eurorack. With the 2hp brand they have been mindful of space and functionality.
Qu-bit are known for their clean and classy interfaces and the style suits 2hp perfectly. For such a small module, you want the least clutter or distracting designs possible.
2hp have a huge range of effects, filters, samplers, sound sources, time control and utility modules.
Their most popular creations are the Freez, the Verb and the Arp. The Freez is a chaotic looper that buffers moments of audio of which you can distort and mangle in any way imaginable. The Verb is more on the nose; a stereo reverb that can vary from small room to big concert hall. The Arp meanwhile is an interesting arpeggiator that takes a root note and runs up or down in any scale, mode and any key.
The latest to the line-up is the Pluck sound source module. It recreates the sound of a plucked string using the Karplus-Strong algorithm. It also covers five octaves and a four-voice polyphony for a huge scope in creativity.