Synthrotek is pleased to offer a complete line of eurorack synthesizer modules, power, cases and accessories in both complete units kits and panels & pcbs. We now offer a very complete analog modular monophonic voice with many accompanying utility modules. This new complete voice is the product of a collaboration with synth guru George Mattson, who now joins us in releasing our new MST (Mattson – Synthrotek) line of premium modules.



The MST Noise/ Sample & Hold / Track & Hold Module supplies you with all the noise and random goodness you need in one small 4HP package.  White, pink, and slow-random noise are just a patch away.  The white noise is normalled to the signal input or input your signal of choice and break the normalled connection.   To activate either the S&H or T&H, just supply the module with your clock source to start generating stepped random control voltages.


White, Pink & Slow Random Noise Output

S&H sample signal input

S&H clock input

S&H or T&H output

Sample & Hold / Track & Hold select switch


Current draw: +12v: 18mA, -12v: 17mA

Width: 4HP  Depth: 4.77 cm (1.88 in)



  1. Ken says:

    A narrow module that provides wide functionality!

    One question: how high a sample rate can this module achieve? Thanks!

  2. Paul McLean says:

    Great module. Noluck with the SH/TH. No output, but pinned to -12V.

    Any advise? Is the schematic available somewhere?

    Thanks, Paul McLean
    Denver, CO

  3. Patrick Kelly says:

    Hey Paul,

    I’m sorry that your Noise Sample and Hold isn’t working. First thing I would do is make sure that all the components are oriented properly as per the Bill of Materials, and ensure that all polarized components are oriented properly. Other than that, you could check the polarity protection diodes, and make sure they are passing voltage, and also all of the ICs, to make sure they are getting voltage. Hope this has helped.
    If you need further assistance, feel free to shoot an email over to

    Best regards,

  4. Jenz says:

    HI!! My 3 noises outputs works fine but I have only noise coming out of the main CV output… Any ideas? Thanx!!

  5. Steve Harmon says:

    Hey Jenz! If you’re listening to the output, you’ll hear noise; and you can feed the clock an audio rate square wave to hear it sounding more and more bitcrushed the higher the frequency. When the output is plugged into the CV of a module, you should just get the random steps when S&H and a slurred CV in T&H. So it’s expected to hear noise 🙂 If you’re NOT getting CV you’re clocking it and plugging output into an oscillator, then there’s a problem.

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