Skookum Anookum (Anushri) Panel

The Anushri is arguably one of the greatest DIY monosynths ever released to the SDIY community.  Originally designed by Mutable Instruments, the project was graciously opensourced and is now in continued production.

This is a Panel only suitable for Eurorack format.

Availability: In stock




The Anookum is a derivative of Olivier Gillet's "Anushri" monophonic synthesizer.

It uses alternate parts to make sourcing easier for users in North America. Files are licensed as per the original CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.

While this product is in fact an Anushri originally designed, sold and supported by Mutable Instruments,  it is no longer manufactured by them and therefore is not supported by Mutable Instruments.  Any requests for help troubleshooting issues as they arise during a build that are sent to Mutable Instruments will be ignored.  Please, send any support requests to us, or to the SDIY community forums - not to Mutable Instruments.

Although this is not an official Mutable Instruments product, we have been in contact with them during the whole process of continuing the legacy of the Anushri desktop monosynth.  All Mutable Instrument's Logos have been removed from all of the products and replaced. A disclaimer on every PCB reads "Originally designed by Olivier Gillet for Mutable Instruments, cc-by-sa".  Basically, what this means is this is no longer a supported product of Mutable Instruments. It carries a Creative Common's license which allows anyone with the PCB files and code to manufacture them, as long as any changes to the design are also shared under the same license.  Although the license does not require the original designers name/logo to be removed from the product, we felt it best to adhere to Mutable Instruments wishes regarding this matter.  They want to distance themselves as far as possible from this product and we ask you, the purchaser, to respect their wishes when it comes time to ask for some troubleshooting guidance.

Specs & Downloads

Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer Skookum
HP 42
Depth 48mm
+12V No
-12V No
+5V No
Additional Resources More Info


Customer Reviews (1)

good with some caveatsReview by Alexander
Nicely made panel. However, the pots I used had a thin metal collar at the bottom of the shaft which necessitated widening each hole by the next size up on a multibit drill bit, otherwise the panel would not rest on the audio jacks so the nuts could be attached. No big deal since I own a drill press, but this might be a big problem for someone who does not. (Posted on 6/20/2018)

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