Notes: The ADE-50 provides 3 all-analogue voltage controlled amplifiers based on a modern operational transconductance amplifier design.
The VCA's are designed to provide a good balance between the performance and specification of modern 'on-chip' VCA's and the character and musicality of classic analogue designs.
The OTA core of each VCA is fully discrete - it is built from only resistors, capacitors and transistors - however, the CV conditioning, audio input and output stages are built using high-quality op-amps giving the best balance between musicality, character and performance.
The ADE-50 provides a good signal-to-noise ratio, linearity, attenuation, an output level at unity gain at 5V CV input, minimal CV 'bleed' and minimal output offset/bias.
Notes: Pattern and rhythm creation and manipulation module for creating musically useful rhythms and patterns from a variety of inputs - it's a module that will jam along with you.
36 algorithms in 6 sets covering Variables, Multiples, Probability, Logic, Phase and Gates with configurable CV control over all parameters.
Takes regular clocks and generates rhythmic patterns, takes rhythmic patterns and generates new patterns, takes irregular and random patterns and generates new, irregular and probability-based patterns.
The patterns can be rhythmic, continually evolving or entirely random and can be controlled and manipulated via multiple CV options.
Can also be used as a utility module to perform Clock Division/Multiplication, Phase-Shifting and Logic-related tasks.
Notes: The ADE-60 is a highly-configurable mixing, signal and control voltage utility with options for 2x gain, attenuversion and CV/biasing allowing users to create configurations that suit their own requirements.
Plugging a cable into any of the output sockets removes any of the previous signal inputs from the mix at the outputs that follow it, allowing the mixer to be used in any combination from a standard 4-input/1-output summing mixer to 4 individual 1-input/1-output attenuators or stand-alone CV sources with additional options for gain and attenuversion per channel.
Used in conjunction with the gain and attenuversion settings the CV/biasing option can provide CV in the following ranges on any and/or all outputs: 0-5V; 0-10V; +/-5V; +/-10V.