WELCOME TO OUR LITTLE CORNER OF CYBERSPACE. 
HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT US...

Situated in culturally-vibrant Montréal, Canada, Hexinverter is comprised of a small team of passionate electronic music lovers. Before making instruments, we all made music, or were ingrained in Eastern Canada's vibrant electronic music culture.

Nowadays, we spend most of our time working to create electronic musical instruments, mostly in the eurorack modular format. We strive to create tools that enable musicians and sound designers to go above and beyond the norm. Our unusual approaches to classic techniques and flexible percussion synthesis modules are right at home in the modular system.


We wouldn't be anything without the talented staff below that make Hexinverter a reality! 

tau

 

Tau

Product Design

Product development, R&D, SPICE simulation, expert litter box spelunker and odor control specialist.

 

Karl

Creative Product Specialist

Modular synthesizer specialist and expert patch cable chewer. Karl provides valuable feedback on Tau's litter spelunking efforts by stress testing her products. Being a talented modular artist, Karl is also responsible for product demos and other creative projects.

Le Chat

Sales and Dealer Relations

Le Chat keeps the lights on around here. She keeps our dealers happy and taken care of. Rather than donning a red power-suit, her owl sweater and laid back attitude bring a chill vibe that everyone appreciates. Being a purveyor of quality catnip, she is also the unofficial Office Party Planner. 

Oreo

Assistant Product Engineer

Developing products with Tau, sweeping floors and defending breadboards from Jupiter and his destructive rage.

Ralph

 

Unknown Role

Nobody really knows what Ralph does here. He seems to mainly occupy himself with cuddling the humans and getting high on catnip. He can often be found wandering the office halls, talking to himself loudly.

Jupiter

Jupiter

 

Business Administrator

Jupiter wears a lot of shoes around here. He ties everything together by helping with shipping and receiving, making sure enough product gets written off from damage each year, and other important paper-shredding tasks.