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Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Voltage Lab Synthesiser Voice Module
Cat: 732132
 
Synthesiser voice module with unique sound palette - 48HP
Notes: The Lifeforms Voltage Lab module is a completely different type of analogue synthesizer, where every function of the instrument has been influenced by the behaviours and systems of the natural world. Wildly experimental and extremely deep, the Lifeforms Voltage Lab module is a sonic playground created to explore the natural systems and lesser known fringes of analogue synthesis. The Voltage Lab module is more than a simple collection of tools and functions, it is a unique modular synthesizer designed to reward deep experimentation and encourage the creation of unique sonic systems.

Generation:
The unique sound palette of the Lifeforms Voltage Lab originates with a complex oscillator pair that utilizes a wide range of shaping and manipulation options to move away from basic geometric shapes to more harmonically rich tones. A custom wave folder with enhanced waveform warping, linear FM, amplitude modulation, ring modulation, waveform cycling, hard sync, and more are available for extreme sonic research.

Manipulation:
A set of multi-function generators work as interactive voltage processing systems to create and modify complex control voltages. The function generators act as voltage controllable envelopes, LFOs, slew generators, and more to produce evolving control signals.

Interaction:
Twin dynamics controllers pull everything together. A unique circuit expanding on the classic low pass gate, the dynamics controller with variable response adds an organic depth to the sound of the Lifeforms Voltage Lab by simulating the natural behaviour of sound. The multi-mode signal processor features a 12db resonant filter, VCA, and percussive low pass gate modes.

Dimensional:
Sound interacts with the world around it. The Voltage Lab uses analogue delay to simulate this interaction and create an artificial sense of time and space. Manipulation of delay time and feedback add depth and warmth through reverb, chorus, flanging, Doppler, slap back, and echo type effects.

Unstable Systems:
Chaos is everywhere. Random gates and control voltages spark uncontrolled reactions, disrupt systems, and generate ideas. The Voltage Lab utilizes noise, stepped random CV, a pseudo-random sequence generator, pitched random CV, pitched random sequences, and random gates to add multiple levels of unpredictability to any patch.
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coming soon $1,118.33
Cat: 714534 Rel: 22 Jan 19
 
Complete modular synthesiser system with protective cover & adhesive strip
Notes: The Shuttle System is a versatile modular setup, capable of generating classical as well as experimental sounds. It comes with a cover and adhesive strip for protecting the system from dust and to carry it around.

The synthesiser is composed of two Buchla style oscillators plus Waveshaper, two function generators, which can be used as envelopes, LFOs or additional VCOs, two filters respectively low pass gates with eight modes of operation and an effects processor.

Furthermore, a mono/stereo mixer with inserts and ducking compressor, utility circuits and a tune section are included. To control all those components, the instrument features an extensively equipped MIDI CV interface. Consequently, the Shuttle System is able to create an extremely wide range of high quality sounds.

The following modules are included in the Shuttle System:

Endorphin.es Cockpit:
The Cockpit is a performance mixer with 4 stereo channels, two channels of send and return to use iOS devices for signal processing (via a 4-pin TRRS cable) and also comes with an integrated compressor with sidechain input.

Endorphin.es Furthrrrr Generator:
The Furthrrrr Generator is a complex, completely analog oscillator inspired by the Buchla 259.

Endorphin.es Gateway:
Gateway is an expander for Endorhin.es Terminal which expands the envelope possibilities, with an integrated autotune-function for VCOs.

Endorphin.es Grand Terminal:
The Grand Terminal is a digital multipurpose module. Its two function generators can be used as envelopes, LFOs or VCOs. The 2 filter channels individually offer 8 modes of operation, and combined with its mixing and routing capabilities and a multi effects unit, it is not only a complete back end of a synth voice, but can also be used as a synthesiser voice, stereo filter bank or general purpose sound effects processor.

Endorphin.es Shuttle Control:
Shuttle Control is a freely configurable converter from USB-MIDI to CV/gate/clock with16 outputs. Use the USB sockets to connect a USB keyboard and the "to device" micro USB connector to hook up a tablet or PC/Mac with controller software which doesn't have to be capable of MIDI. Furthermore it can be used as power supply and distribution and internal MIDI/CV-bus for a small modular system.

Decksaver for Shuttle System:
- Closes patched
- Fits any screws
- Fits any Frap Tools 2x Plus (84 hp) cases with customs Shuttle sides (available as a kit as well)
- Secured with adhesive strip
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 2 in stock $2,107.24
Cat: 738495 Rel: 08 Jul 19
 
Quad multimode oscillator with a vast array of sonic options
Notes: The Synthesis Technology E370 is a 4-channel DSP-based VCO, 54HP wide module that incorporates features from the E340 Cloud Generator and the E350 Morphing Terrarium (both are discontinued), while adding additional modes from the E352 Cloud Terrarium. It uses 105ma of +12V and 32ma of -12V.

VCO Architecture:

Each VCO is independent in the E370, but the 'pooled CV buss' (see description below) allows sharing of CV and mixing of audio outputs if desired.
The VCO is based upon a unique implementation of wavetable synthesis using 256 fixed-sample-length tables of 16-bit values. Each bank in memory consists of 64 wavetables, in an 8x8 array (like a chessboard). Our proprietary DSP algorithms then allow either smooth or 'glitched' morphing between the wavetables in various ways. The E370 comes with 3 factory banks (192 total waves) and internal FLASH memory to hold 26 user-defined banks. This allows over 1,650 individual wavetables to be accessible. The free, cross-platform WaveEdit program is used to generate and import WAV files to user Banks.

Colour LCD/Navigation:

Everyone hates 'menu-diving', us included. That's why we focused on making the most 'shallow' menu system possible. Everything is just 1 or 2 clicks away. No endless screens and pages to remember. The encoder is a mil-spec Grayhill optical encoder with a 25yr typical life. And if it ever needs replacing, it's on a easy to access cable assembly.

Sharing CV Resources:

The factory default state of the E370 is each VCO has 2 PARMs called X and Y. VCO1 has X1 and Y1, VCO2 has X2 and Y2, and so on. However, these are not 'hard' assignments, just the default ones. You can share ANY of the 8 PARMs across 1-4 VCOs. For example, PARM Y3 can be assigned to all 4 VCOs at once, so turning the PARM Y3 knob and the external MOD Y3 CV is fed to every VCO. This voltage can then modulate each VCO in a different way, depending on where you assign it.

User Wavetables and Patch Storage:

Loading and storing your own wavetables is via the uSD card interface. The uSD card is NOT REQUIRED to run the E370. It is also used for firmware updates. The free application WaveEdit is used to format the wave data and bank data into the proper format used inside the E370.

Audio Output Mixer:

The default state of the Mixer is each VCO is full volume and only appears at its own output jack. Using the Mixer screen, each VCO output can be mixed with all the others. This is useful for the Morph + Phase mode, and also during live performance where only 2 audio outs are commonly used. The mixing levels are fixed in log steps: there is no 'CV-controlled mixing' function.

VCO Modes:

Although the E370 excels at smooth morphing between wavetables (first introduced in the E350 Morphing Terrarium in 2010), traditional VCO waves such as saws, pure sines, and filtered noise (using a 4-pole resonant lowpass ladder filter) can be selected. Thru-zero, linear FM (in 3 ranges) can be used on not just triangle waves (as in an analog VCO) but with ANY waveshape or any wavetable. Here are all the different modes you can place each VCO in, and remember each VCO can be a different mode.
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