Notes: The EURORACK RACK is ideal for any Behringer Eurorack-style synthesizer or equipment. This desktop/rack-mount kit converts a 19" rack into an 84 HP Eurorack chassis. A compact 4 HP power supply with two flying bus boards are included together with a 3A universal power adapter. 52 sliding nuts allow you to easily position your modules so you can freely position your synth wherever you need it.
Notes: The ULTRA-DI PRO DI4000 gives you 4 first-class DI channels in a single rack space. Each channel is equipped with two Inputs (XLR and 14" TRS), a balanced XLR Output - and a 14" Link output to connect to your amp or monitor console. Plus, the DI4000 is designed to accommodate virtually any input signal, up to 40 dB of switchable input attenuation and up to 20 dB of gain, while our highly acclaimed OT-1 output transformers ensure pristine and powerful output.
Direct Injection (DI) boxes make it possible to connect guitars, basses and keyboards (as well as other line-level devices) to audio mixers and recorders. The DI4000 takes the DI box to the next level with a special 8 kHz High-Cut filter per channel for guitar applications, along with a Phase Reverse switch for optimal signal alignment. Additionally, our DI4000 active DI features "buffered" inputs that respect your source signal much better than passive DI boxes can - outputting optimally-balanced, extremely low-impedance (600 O) signals that are far less susceptible to noise and RF Interference (RFI).
The DI4000 does much more than just "bass guitar in, mic-level signal out". It really is a highly versatile input-signal toolkit. Here are just two advantages the DI4000 has over standard DI boxes: Maybe you'd like to connect your guitar amp's speaker output to your mixer? Not a problem, the DI4000 features two -20 dB attenuation switches per channel, allowing you to connect to speaker outputs rated up to 3,000 Watts - and convert them to balanced XLR outs! Weak incoming signal? The DI4000 has a +20 dB switch, which really comes in handy for boosting low-level input signals to balanced signals with real power and rock-solid impact. Worried about fluctuating voltages in the venue? The DI 4000 is equipped with an internal switch-mode power supply that ranges from 100 to 240 V and automatically adapts to mains voltages wherever you go. Of course, the DI4000 provides a Link output for easy connection to other equipment, such as your onstage amplifiers and monitor consoles. Servo-balanced performance guarantees ultra-flat frequency response - and the gold-plated XLR output connectors provide reliable, low-noise operation. Per channel ground-lift switches eliminate ground-loop hum issues. The DI4000 does everything a standalone DI can do, and much more - times four!
Notes: Module A-174-4 modules outputs three control voltages generated by a spring-loaded X/Y cross potentiometer (so-called joy stick) and a Gate signal. The control voltages for X and Y are controlled by the X and Y position of the joystick in the usual way. The third control voltage Z is controlled by the rotation of the spring-loaded joystick knob. The Gate signal is generated by a button at the center/top of the joystick knob.
For each control voltage the non-inverted signal (X, Y, Z) as well as the inverted signal with adjustable offset (-X+XO, -Y+YO, -Z+ZO) are available. The generic joystick control voltages are bipolar, i.e. they range from typ. -5V (lowest position) via 0V (center position) to typ. +5V (highest position). The "Overlap" switches can be used to add a fixed offset voltage of typ. +5V to the non-inverting output in question so that the output voltage range changes to typ. 0...+10V (rather than -5...+5V). That's necessary if e.g. a VCA has to be controlled, which requires a pure positive control voltage range. The switches are named "overlap" because they allow the overlapping of the non-inverting CV output (X, Y, Z) with the inverting output (-X+XO, -Y+YO, -Z+ZO) for crossfading applications. With the overlap switch "on" and appropriate setting of the offset control it's possible to obtain a control voltage range of 0...+10V for the non-inverting output and +10V...0V (i.e. same range but opposite direction) for the inverting output.
The offset voltages which are added to the inverting outputs can be adjusted by means of three small potentiometers. That way different kinds of control voltage ranges are possible, e.g.
-5V ... +5V for the non-inverting output and +5V ... -5V for the inverting output ( Overlap = off, Offset = 0)
0 ... +10V for the non-inverting output and +10V ... 0V for the inverting output ( Overlap = on, Offset = max)
-5V ... +5V for the non-inverting output and +10V ... 0V for the inverting output ( Overlap = off, Offset = max)
0 ... +10V for the non-inverting output and +5V ... -5V for the inverting output ( Overlap = on, Offset = 0)
On top of this the four quadrant voltages Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 are available. A quadrant voltage becomes positive when the joystick is positioned in the quadrant in question.
Each CV output is equipped with an LED that displays the present voltage.
Because of the construction height of the joystick (about 7 cm) the module cannot be installed into the cases A-100P6, A-100P9, A-100PMS6, A-100PMS9 and A-100PMS12 during transportation as the depth of the case cover is not sufficient. Into the base cases A-100PB and A-100PMB as well as in all other cases without cover the module can be installed without problems.
10x12" memorabilia collection in coffee-table book format
Notes: This complex work is a painstakingly detailed and incredibly massive exhibit of Tangerine Dream's paper past. Presented in a 10x12" (ca. 25x30 cm) coffee-table book format - specifically designed to sit beside Edgar's Force Majeure autobiography perfectly, "Itinerary" has a scope of about 452 pages, and contains over 1,100 images of TD's posters, flyers, tickets, passes, programs, invitations, contracts, stage plots, spreadsheets, memos, itineraries, telexes, receipts, press releases, etc. - all of which has been described by one of the world's leading collectors of music memorabilia to be "the most astonishing collection of memorabilia by one band" he's ever seen.
Notes: The LIVEN 8bit warps combines an 8-bit waveform memory synthesizer with a step sequencer.
Carefully selected preset waveforms and editable user waveforms along with high-quality filters and effects can be used freely to create a wide spectrum of sounds. The LIVEN 8bit warps can generate classic retro game sounds of course, but its unique 8-bit sound can also be used in a range of music genres, including EDM, hip-hop, techno and rock.
Powerful functions for live electronic music performance include 16 physical control knobs, parameter locking for each sequencer step, a looper, and SYNC IN/OUT and MIDI IN/OUT connectors to make synchronized performance with other equipment easy.
All these powerful functions are in a device that weighs only 790 g. Play it anywhere at any time.