Upon each successive clock pulse, coin toss seeds all outputs with new randomly chosen values. Freeze stops everything in its tracks and holds each output at its current state. After countless hours, the Chance will continue to surprise with new, unbelievable improvisations.
It has three modes that are quickly and easily set via a 3 position switch.
Its functionality is deep and multifaceted. The EON can be a full fledged envelope with linear and exponential shapes, a square wave oscillator that tracks 1 volt per octave, or a digital noise source with downsample control.
In addition to the three main functions, the EON also has a triangle wave LFO, random gates, and cycling envelopes.
Packing more features per HP than any other module before, the EON is the best way to fill any empty spot in your case.
The pitch output can be quantized to one of the pre-defined scales or unquantized, allowing for the creation of microtonal melodies. Scales are easily selected via a button and will save between power cycles; no more menu diving or edit functions needed! Analog portamento can also be applied to the pitch output, providing a smooth glide between notes.
In addition to the extensive control of pitch, gate programming has never been easier. Each step of the sequencer has an associated gate out which can be used for effect throws or timbre modulations for each note in your melody. There is also a customizable global gate out, allowing for the inclusion of rests and repeats to your sequence.
With the combination of powerful pitch and gate controls, the Octone is the ideal sequencer for crafting tonal melodies with intricate rhythmic patterns.
This unique interface removes the intricate patching necessary for crafting complex drum beats, and allows the user to focus on what matters most; composing and performing music.
Tri-ger is a 3 channel pattern recorder.
It is capable of recording and looping patterns up to 33 seconds in length, while providing a subdividable master clock output to keep the rest of the patch in time with the rhythms the user plays. Punch in record, play/pause, mute, and roll functions make the Tri-ger the best way to clock any patch in a musical fashion.
It uses bars and beats as units of measure, providing a quick and intuitive interface for the creation, arrangement, and performance of music.
The first of its kind in modular synthesis, the Tri-ger brings humanistic rhythms to the modular realm.