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Cat: 667903 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
Converts the synchronisation signal known as DIN-Sync/Sync24/Sync48 to MIDI clock signals & vice versa
Notes: The audiowerkstatt din2midi2din has a MIDI- and a DIN-sync-output and on both outputs a clock-signal - sent at the same time.

With a button you can select, if the clock-signal present at the DIN-sync- or the MIDI-input is used. A LED indicates the selected input.

The device operates as a standard in "Sync24"-mode (24 clock pulses per quarter note). By holding the button when switching on, the device is started in "Sync48"-mode (48 clock pulses per quarter note).
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Cat: 667901 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
Stop & start the following DIN-Sync/Sync24/Sync48 device in perfect synchronisation
Notes: You push the button and the audiowerkstatt din-restarter starts or stops the following sequencer at the beginning of the next bar (4/4-stroke only) in perfect timing.

If the sequencer is running, it will be stopped at the next bar and if the sequencer is standing, it is started at the next bar.

The device operates as a standard in "Sync24"-mode (24 clock pulses per quarter note). By holding the button when switching on, the device is started in "Sync48"-mode (48 clock pulses per quarter note).
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Cat: 682249 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order
Notes: ***B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order***


The audiowerkstatt midi-clock-divider divides the MIDI-clock of the MIDI-master, whereby the MIDI-slave runs correspondingly slower. The division-ratios are 1/1, 1/2, 1/3, ..., 1/8, 1/9.

If the division-factor 1/1 is selected, the MIDI-clock is simply passed through. With the division-factor of 1/2 the MIDI-slave runs at half the speed. So 16ths-notes will be 8th-notes and the loop is twice as long.

Very useful to double the loop length of the MIDI-slave (eg MIDI-sequencer or [audio-]looper). When using the division-factor 1/8 and an originally one bar long loop runs over 8 bars.

And good for experimental musicians, especially if an odd division-factor is selected and MIDI-master and slave seem to be not in sync, but from time to time come together in perfect sync.

You can also set whether only the newly created MIDI-clock and mmc commands (start, stop, continue) are sent or the, at the MIDI-in incoming data, will be mixed with that.
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 1 in stock $118.90
Audiowerkstatt MIDI Clock Multiplier (MIDI clock multiplier)
Cat: 667895 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
Clock multiplier for the MIDI clock
Notes: The audiowerkstatt midi-clock-multiplier multiplies the MIDI-clock of the MIDI-master, whereby the MIDI-slave runs correspondingly faster. The multipliers are 1x, 2x, 3x, ..., 8x, 9x.

If the multiplier 1 is selected, the MIDI-clock is simply passed through. With the multiplier of e.g. 2 the MIDI-slave runs at double speed. So 16ths-notes will be 32th-notes.

Very useful if you have a very slow song and want to add a new fast track to it, which is faster than the master-clock.

And good for polyrhythmik - especially for experimental musicians - if an odd division-factor is selected and MIDI-master and slave seem to be not in sync, but from time to time come together in perfect sync.

You can also set whether only the newly created MIDI-clock and mmc commands (start, stop, continue) are sent or the, at the MIDI-in incoming data, will be mixed with that.
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Audiowerkstatt MIDI Clock Shifter (MIDI clock shifter)
Cat: 667904 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
Move your MIDI-slave forward or backward, while running in synchronisation to your MIDI-master
Notes: The audiowerkstatt midi-clock-shifter helps you to move your MIDI-slave as many MIDI-clock-ticks as you want forward or backward, while running in synchronisation to the MIDI-master. A 7-segment-display shows the direction and number of MIDI-clock-ticks, the MIDI-slave has been moved.

A tool, for on-the-fly correction of a MIDI-slave, that is not reliable or to push a loop, that is not recorded in a rhythm, to that rhythm.
And a tool to have fun with playing around with two sequencers and do things like e.g. going slightly forward and backward with one of them.

You can set whether only the MIDI-clock and MMC commands (start, stop, continue) are sent or the MIDI-data, received at the MIDI-in, will be mixed with that.
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 1 in stock $158.10
Cat: 667896 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
Based on a classic analog step-sequencer - optimized for jam-sessions
Notes: The audiowerkstatt mini-midi-step-seq is a MIDI-sequencer (no gate/CV), which is based on a classic analog step-sequencer:

- Programming with potentiometers (no endless-dial and no detent)
- Only one track
- No pattern-storage
- No internal clock (only usable as MIDI-slave)
- No display

It is optimized for live use, especially jam-sessions, but can also be used to give you new ideas, if you are stuck in your main sequencer.

- All settings can be changed while it's running.
- 2 x 8-step-pattern, that can be used alternatively or chained to a 16-step-pattern.
- Normally the pattern changes, when the one that is played ends. With a special "jump"-button it is possible to jump from one pattern to the other immediately without loosing synchronization.
- It is possible to edit the pattern that is playing or edit the other pattern.
- LEDs next to the potentiometers display after changing the pattern, if the position of the potentiometer is corresponding to the used value. If not, the position of the potentiometer is not used and the LED stays dark until the potentiometer passed the used value.
- One pattern can be copied to the other.
- Several steps can be put together, to get different note-lenths in one sequence.
- The first step can be adjusted (independently for each pattern, to make it possible to get sequences with odd numbers of steps, that are bigger than 7 steps (e.g. 13 steps).
- The last step can be adjusted (independently for each pattern, to make it possible to get sequences with odd numbers of steps, that are bigger than 7 steps (e.g. 13 steps).
- The clock-divider can be set in 8 steps (1/1 to 1/32).
- The velocity can be set in 7 steps (1 to 127).
- The 8th position for velocity is a mode, where a random number is created for each step and used as velocity.
- The range that can be programmed with the potentiometers (from full anticlockwise to full clockwise), can be set in 7 steps (13 notes to 128 notes).
- The 8th position for range is a mode, where the same note is played for every step and the potentiometers are used to program pitchbend. This makes it possible to program patterns, that are not pitch-quantized in halftone-steps. Because pitchbend is interpreted different from synthesizer to synthesizer, the maximum range that can be programmed, depends on the used synthesizer.
- The lowest note can be set in 8 steps to transpose (C0 bis C7).
- The gate-length can be set in 16 steps. The highest value makes the last note end after the new note starts to get a legato-effect.
- It is possible to generate two additional notes by setting their interval to the note set by the potentiometers. You get up to 3-voice polyphonic patterns similar to things done with "chord memory".
- The sequencer can be pushed forward or backward a step or midi-clock-tick (same as audiowerkstatt midi-clock-shifter ).
- If you got lost (e.g. after changing clock-divider, first- or last-step), you can restart the sequencer without stopping the master (same as audiowerkstatt midi-restarter ).
- All settings can be changed while the sequencer is running and all settings are stored after powering down.
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Cat: 667910 Rel: 26 Oct 17
 
DC-5 power distributor
Notes: Power Distributor Cable - connects 1 PSU to up to 5 devices with 5.5 x 2.1mm plug.
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 1 in stock $3.31
Cat: 691664 Rel: 31 May 18
 
Converts analog trigger clock signals to MIDI clock signals & vice versa
Notes: The Audiowerkstatt trigger2midi2trigger v2 has all functions of the classic version 1, but comes in a powder-coated steel-enclosure and stores its settings.

If used as trigger-clock-to-MIDI-clock-converter or MIDI-clock-to-trigger-clock-converter, there is always a MIDI-clock-signal (incl. start/stop) sent at the "midi out"-jack. At the tip of the "clock"-phone-jack, an analog trigger-clock-signal (v-trigger: 0v/5v, s-trigger "open"/"closed") is sent. The tip of the "start/stop"-phone-jack is 5v while the masterclock is running and 0v while the masterclock is paused for v-trigger and "closed" while the masterclock is running and "open" while the masterclock is paused, if s-trigger is used.

A clock-source can be connected to the "midi in"-jack or to the ring of the "clock"- and "start/stop"-phone-jack.

Normal insert-cables can be used to connect the analog inputs/outputs. If only the analog outputs are used, normal phone-jack-cables (mono or stereo) can be used.

The following parameters can be adjusted:

1. Clock-source (MIDI-clock or analog trigger-clock).
2. Trigger-type of the analog input (s-trigger or v-trigger).
3. Trigger-type of the analog output (s-trigger or v-trigger).
4. Clock-divider of the incoming analog trigger-clock (1/4, 1/8. 1/16 or 1/32).
5. Clock-divider of the outgoing analog trigger-clock (1/4, 1/8. 1/16 or 1/32).
6. Pulse-length of the outgoing analog trigger-clock (adjustable in 6 steps, the pulse-length is calculated dependent on clock-divider and clock-frequency).

In addition to the clock-signal, start-/stop-signals from the masterclock are detected and processed, but it is also possible to send start-/stop-signals manual.

The settings for the analog output (trigger.type out, clock.divider out and pulse.length) can be changed without losing synchronisation, while the masterclock is running.

The Audiowerkstatt trigger2midi2trigger v2 can also be used as a tool for analog-trigger-signals, if it isn't used as a converter.

The following uses are possible:

a) "S-trigger" to "V-trigger" converter
b) "V-trigger" to "S-trigger" converter
c) Analog clock-divider
d) Analog clock-multiplier
e) Gate to trigger converter
f) Trigger to gate converter with adjustable gate-length

Power: 9-12V AC or DC (polarity doesn't matter)
Dimensions: 112 mm x 72 mm x 48 mm
Weight: 290g
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