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Cat: 747528 Rel: 18 Nov 19
 
Quadrax EOR/EOF expander featuring 8 additional gate/trigger outputs
Notes: The Qx expander adds an EOR (End Of Rise) and an EOF (End Of Fall) trigger/gate output to each of Quadrax's four channels, enabling Quadrax's envelopes, cycles, bursts and LFOs to trigger external modules.

Requires the Quadrax to function.
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Cat: 689812 Rel: 22 Nov 19
 
Addiditive synthesis engine
Notes: Odessa implements the principle of additive synthesis controlled by a set of carefully tailored macro parameters to harness thousands of sinusoidal partials that altogether form the resulting sound.

The interface is kept simple and accessible, so you can easily build rich and full, great sounding timbres of very complex spectra, that can be either harmonic or inharmonic. Even though inharmonic spectra yield non-periodic waveforms, all partials are frequency related to the common fundamental controlled by a V/oct input. The series of harmonics can be squeezed or spread apart, tilt, and pruned by a comb-like frequency response, resulting in a variety of unearthy sounds. Animating the comb response yields radical effects similar to flanging and phasing. Additional, often sought after features are implemented: through-zero linear frequency modulation, and unison detune: up to 5 copies of the sound can be spread apart for a fat and dense cluster of voices.

There are nine parameters, each controlled by a dedicated knob, so the workflow is as smooth and immediate as possible. Furthermore, every parameter has a dedicated CV input, allowing live animation for organic audio effects. Odessa sports two main outputs for banks of harmonic partials that can be further scaled in frequency, as well as an additional output that can either spit out a square wave or a single sinusoid of the fundamental frequency. Interesting spatial effects, crazy modulation feedbacks as well as synchronisation is possible that way.

The hardware is based on a powerful FPGA chip offering massive parallel computing. The synthesized signal is devoid of aliasing through the entire audio range thanks to intrinsically bandlimited algorithm. A simplified spectral analyser helps you to keep a visual track of what is actually happening to the harmonics.

For even more control over Odessa, you can use the Leibniz subsystem (or just the Lipsk) that can be connected to a header at the back of the module.
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Cat: 755414 Rel: 20 Nov 19
 
Two CV/Gate to MIDI/USB interfaces, each with a common 1V/Oct CV transpose input - 10HP
Notes: Module A-192-2 contains two independent CV/Gate-to-Midi/USB interfaces. For each of the two sub-units these inputs are available:

- Gate Input (min. +5V)
- CVN Input (defines the Midi note number), 1V/octave standard, range 0...+10V (i.e. 10 octaves)
- CVV Input (defines the velocity value assigned to the Midi note message), can be used alternatively for Midi volume (CC#7), range 0...+5V
- CVC Input (free assignable to any Midi control change number), range 0...+5V

For both sub-units a common CV Transpose input is available (1V/octave, range 0...+10V). The voltage applied to this input is added internally to CVN before the Midi note number is generated. It can be used e.g. to transpose two sequences simultaneously by one voltage.

How it works:

Whenever the rising edge of the Gate input is recognized a Midi note on message is generated. The note number corresponds to the sum of the voltages applied to the CVN input and the common CV Transpose Input that is present at the rising edge of the gate signal.
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Cat: 695606 Rel: 20 Nov 19
 
Snare drum module based on circuit designs of the MFB-522 & Tanzbar Lite
Notes: The Snare-522 Modul contains an enhanced circuit of the MFB-522 and Tanzbar Lite. You can edit and modulate the sound in a wide range.

As a modular concept you have the possibility to control the parameter SNAP, SNAP DECAY. TUNE and TONE via CV-signals from Envelopes, LFOs and Step Sequencers.

The parameters are in detail:

SNAP is the intensity of the noise floor.
SNAP DECAY is the release time of the noise up to two seconds.
TUNE sets the range is about 100 to 300 Hz.
TONE controls the mix between the two t-bridge filters. DECAY sets the release of the snares tone.

Beside sequencer generated analogue and digital trigger-signals, drum pads, piezo pickups and dynamic mics may also be used. Here the SENS controls allow individual adjustment of the input sensitivity. Dynamic triggers also change the volume, tone length and snap of the snare drum.

The module has a wide of 40mm (8HP).
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Cat: 747516 Rel: 18 Nov 19
 
Compact dual attenuator, inverter, attenuverter, multiplier, mixer & DC voltage source
Notes: Duatt is a dual-channel active/buffered attenuverter and summing mixer. Each channel has a knob, which can function as a unipolar attenuator or a bipolar attenuverter, depending on the setting of its corresponding two-position polarity switch. It's a versatile and super handy utility module that will find its way into almost any patch you make!

Each input is normalled to a built-in +5V DC voltage source. With nothing plugged into the jacks, each knob controls a voltage range of 0 to +5 V or -5 to +5 V depending on the position of the channel polarity switch.

Channel A's output is normalled into the output of channel B for mixing duties, and channel A has a 2x voltage multiplier switch, allowing you to double the voltage sent into Channel A.
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Cat: 756211 Rel: 22 Nov 19
 
Powerful random voltage generator - 4HP
Notes: Nano Rand v2 is a reissue of the classic micro random module. It features a sample and hold, noise source, and random voltage generator in 4HP. It takes inspiration from and improves upon the analogue concept of a random voltage module; moving forward in leaps and bounds into the digital domain.

At its core is an 8 bit microcontroller which allows for an extremely versatile, and more importantly, musical type of random. Containing four random voltage algorithms that include random stepped voltages, random LFO waveforms and frequencies, random frequency audio rate square waves, and a combination of all algorithms, Nano Rand creates a signal that would otherwise take a multitude of modules to produce. On top of the fluctuating random voltage output, it is also capable of producing the most musical random gate output in the Eurorack format. When externally clocked, Nano Rand generates random gate outputs that are musically related to the incoming clock signal. It chooses between eighth, sixteenth, quarter and many other rhythmic divisions, creating unique evolving rhythms.

With a clean, intuitive interface and more random per square millimetre than ever before, Nano Rand is the ultimate in musically significant aleatoric meanderings.

Changes from v1:

- Noise output converted to analogue white noise circuit with extremely flat frequency response
- Algo button converted to smaller version
- Added reverse power protection
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Cat: 755418 Rel: 28 Nov 19
 
A-198 module with versatile ribbon controller
Notes: Touching the sensor with a finger generates a control voltage CV1 that is proportional to the position of the finger. The scale (i.e. the relation between position difference and voltage difference) is adjustable with a potentiometer at the front panel. A hold switch is used to determine if the CV voltage is held after removing the finger (hold = on) or if the CV voltage jumps to 0V (hold = off). In the last case (hold = off) a gate signal is derived from the CV voltage whenever a finger touches the sensor (e.g. for triggering an envelope generator).

A sensitive pressure sensor located below the position sensor generates a second control voltage CV2 that increases with higher pressure of the finger. Even for CV2 the scale is adjustable. A second gate signal is triggered as soon as the pressure exceeds a certain value. The gate threshold is adjustable at the front panel.

The sensors are located in a separate metal frame (length about 600 mm, width about 30 mm, height about 18 mm, weight: about 900 g, colour: silver-grey). The connection between the module and the sensor frame is made by a 4 pin cable (same as used for USB connections).

Typical applications:

- Trautonium manual, the string is replaced by the position sensor that is much easier to use and cheaper than the string. In combination with the Subharmonic Oscillator A-113, the Trautonium Filter A-104 and some auxiliary modules a complete Trautonium replica may be realized. In combination with the Quantizer A-156 exact semitone intervals are possible.

- Ribbon Controller for any A-100 parameter
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Cat: 757288 Rel: 27 Nov 19
 
Crossmixer/panning combination module - 6HP
Notes: The FLAME "XPANMIX" module is a combination of an XFADER (Crossmixer) recorder and a PANNING Mixer recorder. The upper part of the module contains the XFADER with two inputs to one output. In the lower part of the module is the panning mixer with one input to two outputs left/right. The inputs are designed for audio or CV sources with a voltage range of +-5v (Audio Modular Level). In addition, the inputs can be switched separately to +6db audio (for external audio line level sources) using the slide switch on the rear panel.

The movements of the two mix controls can be recorded. The recording time per channel is over two minutes. The playback speed is adjustable in playback. The recorded track is played back once when the Play button is pressed briefly (one shot) or in the loop when the button is pressed a little longer.

Both mixers have a separate reset input as well as a separate CV input (+-5V) for controlling the mix e.g. by an LFO. The track data remains permanently stored (battery buffered memory).

In addition, the output of the XFader is routed to the input of the Panning Mixer if there is no cable in the PAN input. Both mixers are thus connected in sequence and can additionally mix the XFADER in the stereo image.
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