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Cat: 571175 Rel: 23 Jul 15
Distortion effects module with classic Roland distortion sound, for use as tabletop effect or Eurorack module
Notes: TORCIDO is a versatile modular effect combining classic Roland distortion sound and unprecedented control and flexibility. Able to be used as a tabletop unit or as a Eurorack module, and with an array of CV/Gate inputs, this compact 21 HP unit has a wide range of uses from studio production to live performance. Not only for modular synth users, TORCIDO is perfect for keyboard players, guitarists, DJs or any adventurous musician looking to expand their sound. Carefully crafted in Japan, TORCIDO has large, ultra-smooth controls with over 16 million steps of resolution and is fully re-programmable via computer, smartphone or tablet.

TORCIDO can produce tones ranging from gentle, warm overdrive to heavy distortion. Using the large, high-resolution knobs, or standard 1/8" patch cables, you can independently control the distortion amount, tone, tube warmth, wet/dry signal, low-end boost and signal bypass. Both the distortion amount and tone parameters have input level controls for adjusting the modulation range when controlled from an external source. Two inputs and two outputs make TORCIDO a stereo-capable, 24bit/96kHz audio interface for Eurorack systems and the built-in AIRA Link USB compatibility gives it single-cable, plug and play connectivity with the MX-1 Mix Performer.

While it sounds great out of the box, you can fully customize TORCIDO's internal signal path by re-patching its array of virtual sub-modules via a custom application that works on Mac and PC as well as iOS and Android devices. Submodules are re-patched through a simple and intuitive drag and drop interface that even lets you choose which parameters are assigned to the high-resolution "GRF" knobs. You can reprogram TORCIDO in realtime via USB connection or save and recall patches with a simple audio signal. You can even share patches with other TORCIDO users.

TORCIDO includes 15 virtual sub-modules with more available through future expansion:

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 1 in stock $287.81
Roland VT4 Voice Transformer (voice effects unit)
Cat: 709592 Rel: 14 Nov 18
Premium-grade vocal effects unit
Notes: The VT-4 is an effect processor for the instrument inside us all, the human voice. And like the human voice, the VT-4 is easy to use, yet devastatingly effective. Whether you're a solo electronic artist, DJ, or singer in a band, the VT-4 lets you craft and shape your own unique vocal sounds, from subtle augmentation to radical transformation. Everything is hands on, with no menu diving or programming to get in the way. Jaw-dropping effects like harmonizing, vocoding, pitch shifting, hard tuning, and more are just a push, slide, or turn away. And with its compact size and five-hour battery life, you can use the VT-4 anywhere.

Insanely Creative:

Today's musical styles increasingly use unusual vocal sounds with heavy processing, making them stand out and grab the listener's attention. With the VT-4, you have a wealth of modern and retro vocal effects at your fingertips, with no need to resort to a complicated setup with a computer and plug-ins. All the effects are top-notch, with everything from delay and reverb to mind-bending formant and vocoding effects. Better still, the VT-4's performance-oriented interface lets you ride the controls while you sing to constantly alter the sound to suit the track and enhance the vibe of your performance.

Be Who You Want to Be:

Great-sounding pitch and formant effects are hard to come by, especially without a computer. And real-time tweaking of these effects often results in nasty artifacts and other unpleasantness. With the VT-4 you have totally smooth, instant control over both pitch and formant, with dedicated faders for each. Dramatically change your entire persona from male to female, big to small, or good to evil - the choice is yours.

Transformative Effects:

Achieving complex vocal effects is easy with the VT-4, and you can even use multiple effects at the same time. Use the central Auto-Pitch knob to dial in just the right amount of hard-tuned effect, then press the Megaphone button for some lo-fi raunchiness. Or run the vocoder through a tape delay or vintage chorus. Each effect has a selection of one-touch variations, so you can get different vocoder characteristics, various lo-fi effects, multi-part harmonies, and distinct kinds of reverb and delay. Chain your effects, set the controls just how you like them, and then simply hold down a preset button to save that setup for later. Changing presets and tweaking controls is smooth and immediate, with no jarring artifacts, glitches, or dropouts.

MIDI Control:

The VT-4 works great on its own and can harmonize and vocode without any input other than your voice. But plugging a MIDI keyboard into the VT-4 opens even more expressive possibilities, letting you control the Auto-Pitch, harmony, and vocoder engines in real time with the notes you play. You can hard-tune your voice to specific notes as you sing, or create instant multi-part harmonies with voicings that follow your chords. The VT-4's small footprint sits nicely on most keyboards and is easy to integrate into your setup, dishing out huge backing vocals and funky vocoded leads by the bucketload.

Fun and Games

Whether it's a weekly podcast or nightly multiplayer battle, if you're broadcasting your voice on the internet, you only have so many ways to stand out. The VT-4's combination of small size, simple controls, and USB-audio capabilities make it uniquely suited to altering your voice for YouTube broadcasts, game streaming, podcasting, and more. Take on the persona of different characters in diverse locations, or sound larger than life when taunting your foes. Add humour, danger, wit, and variety to your streaming broadcasts - your imagination is your only limitation.
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 3 in stock $218.61
Cat: 658749 Rel: 11 Sep 17
Modulated ladder filter Eurorack module with Variable Slope, Q Intensity Control & Q Level Compensation
Notes: At the core of the EVOLUTION Variable Character Ladder Filter is Dave Rossum's enhancement of the iconic Moog ladder filter from the original E-mu Systems 2100 LPF module (which, incidentally, Dave counts as his favourite sounding of all of the analog filters he designed).

For EVOLUTION, Dave has designed new capabilities that not only allow you to dial in all of the outstanding qualities of the original 2100, but combine to let you create the sonic characteristics of a wide variety of other filter types.

They include:

- A Genus control that allows continuous voltage control of the number of filter poles (from 3 to 6 poles), essentially allowing real-time variation of Evolution's effective cutoff slope from 18dB/oct to 36dB/oct. LEDs give continuous indication of the current slope.
- A Species control that lets you vary the signal level into the ladder, letting you control the intensity of the filter's characteristic distortion. When in self-oscillation mode, this control modulates the amplitude of Evolution's output.
- Voltage controlled resonance with a variable Q Level Compensation control that controls the balance of the resonant peak and the frequencies below the cutoff frequency (which would otherwise be attenuated as the resonance is increased).
- An extremely accurate and temperature-stable frequency control exponential generator (accurate over 10 octaves), rivalling the specifications of the best analog VCOs.

Taken together, EVOLUTION gives you everything from the platonic ideal of the classic ladder filter to a vast selection of alternative filter characteristics.

And like all Rossum Electro-Music modules, it's solidly built, with machined aluminium knobs and high quality components throughout.
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 2 in stock $322.35
Cat: 658753 Rel: 11 Sep 17
Premium 14-pole stereo digital filter module
Notes: With our MORPHEUS digital filter module, we're finally able to unleash the full power of the 14-pole Z-Plane Filters that Dave invented for the E-mu Morpheus synthesizer.

The MORPHEUS Eurorack module includes over 280 filter configurations, what we call Cubes. Each Cube is composed of up to 8 complex filters that you can picture as being at the corners of a three dimensional cube (hence the name). Morpheus gives you the ability to smoothly interpolate between those 8 filters within the cube's three dimensional space.

Due to processor limitations back in the day, the original Morpheus was capable of real-time morphing in one dimension, but interpolation in the frequency and transform dimensions were set at note-on and remained static for the remainder of the note. But even with that limitation, Morpheus offered sonic capabilities that are unmatched to this day.

With the MORPHEUS filter module, you now have simultaneous real-time CV control of all three dimensions, for dynamic timbral effects unlike anything you've ever heard before. In stereo.
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 6 in stock $437.47
Cat: 658754 Rel: 11 Sep 17
Compact programmable universal CV generator - 12HP
Notes: Satellite is a compact 12HP module that can be loaded with all (or a subset) of the presets and preset sequences from a Rossum Electro-Music Control Forge or other Satellite and then function as a completely stand-alone CV generator. Once the presets and preset sequences are transferred from the other module (via a patch cord connection), Satellite no longer requires any connection to the module.

With one or more Satellites, you can take advantage of all of your Control Forge presets and sequences in multiple cabinets or even different systems.

Multiple Satellites can be programmed from the same Control Forge and synced together via their Gate inputs to create complex polyphonic sequences and modulation contours.

In addition to direct connection with a Control Forge or other Satellite, presets and preset sequences can also be loaded via audio file archives that have been saved from a Control Forge or Satellite. And since those files can be posted online and downloaded, it’s a great way to share and exchange presets.
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 2 in stock $265.83
Cat: 630892 Rel: 25 Jan 17
Modular synthesiser in Eurorack format - improved version of the Thru-Zero Oscillator module
Notes: Improved version of the high performance Thru-Zero Oscillator OMEGA-PHI.

What has been improved?

Firstly, the VCO core:
- Parasitic noise effect especially audible at low oscillator frequencies at the Omega-sine/tri outputs exactly when the thru-zero operation begins to start by FM-modulation through a sine modulator is reduced by 15 db and is so no longer audible! BTW: a similar noise at the Phi-sine/tri outputs was not reduced!
- Highly improved oscillator FM-stability;
a) New precision rectifier design leading to terrific in-tune FM synthesis over the full index over a very wide frequency range.
b) New core-symmetry circuit for a perfect balanced triangle wave eliminates tendencies to asymmetric tri/sine shapes even at high FM-modulation frequency/carrier frequency ratios. This leads to no more carrier-sine distortions and no detunes even at high ratios.
c) Improved thermal board design for better frequency stability and linearity at very high frequencies and thus more stable FM results, generally.
- Extended maximum FM index from 44 to now 50.

Secondly, the VCO environment:
- Completely new VCA design for FM and PM providing ultra-low noise and ultra-low control feed-through capability.
- Ultra low constant or transient frequency shifts with varying FM indices in both modes, DC and AC.
- Cleaner sound, especially for PM and also for FM at higher oscillator frequencies, where VCA noises become relevant.
- Smoother VCA-index curve for better control even around zero reduced potentiometer noises for PM Phi (-360- - +360-).
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 1 in stock $1,072.75
Cat: 602582 Rel: 16 Dec 16
Highly versatile, fully analogue, programmable & voltage-controlled filter synth module
Notes: The CS-8 VCF02 is a very versatile, fully analogue, programmable and voltage-controlled filter (VCF). It is capable of processing all sorts of audio signals. It is designed for mounting into a 3U Eurorack with an internal +/- 12V power supply.

This module is capable of producing 121 different filter types (27 low-pass, 18 high-pass, 13 band-pass, and 63 all-pass/notch/phase-type filters). External control voltages can be used to control all functions, thus the CS-8 VCF02 can be remote-controlled by sequencers, foot pedals/switches etc. The CS-8 VCF02 features some unique and very powerful functions that are entirely new to voltage-controlled filter modules such as emphasize, 2nd harmonic distortion, and drop.

The CS-8 VCF02 features a unique "layer cake" design. This way, its installation depth is reduced to a minimum, compared to other Eurorack modules.

Design and implementation meet highest technical standards concerning usability, sound quality, and signal-to-noise ratio. The front panel is made from an anodised and printed piece of aluminium sheet metal of 2 mm gauge. The entire design and production work was done in Germany.
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 1 in stock $650.97
Cat: 673250 Rel: 06 Apr 18
Programmable VCF module
Notes: The CS-8 VCF1E is a very versatile, fully analogue, programmable and voltage-controlled filter (VCF). It is capable of processing all sorts of audio signals. It is designed for mounting into a 3U Eurorack with an internal +/- 12V power supply.

Basically, two modes are possible. The classical filter mode with 12 selectable different functions (low-, high-, band-passes) and the phaser mode also with 12 phaser-sounding combining modes (4x phaser-, 2x low-, 2x high,- 4x band-passes).

For the classic filter mode, 3 different resonance modes are available - these generate different sound impressions for each filter function. So, there is no rule how to sound a certain selected resonance mode. It depends on the selected function.

With a further 4-pos. rotary switch the resonance emphasize is dialable, which provides further sound nuances. This is also equipollent to the amplitude of the self-oscillation. An illuminated tactile switch allows to add a unique 2nd harmonic distortion to the resonance sound.

The frequency range (cutoff) goes from 2 Hz to 40 kHz. A gain controller allows input-to-output gains from -20 db to 0 db. A clip LED light up just before output clipping.

Design and implementation meet highest technical standards concerning usability, sound quality, and signal-to-noise ratio. The front panel is made from powdered and printed piece of aluminium sheet metal of 2 mm gauge. The entire design and production work was done in Germany.
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 1 in stock $668.77
Cat: 706888 Rel: 10 Dec 18
Quadrature sine wave VCO/state variable filter - 18HP
Notes: The SPIN section is a quadrature sine wave oscillator. The GRIND section compares each phase against the input signal, then subtracts the resulting square waves from the input signal. If the spin section is either damped enough or enough signal is fed into it from the GRIND section then it will stop oscillating and become a state variable filter.

The Angle Grinder tracks volts per octave and can be used as a sine wave oscillator with voltage control over harmonic content available at the GRIND OUT. With no input it's four phase related sine outputs (0, 90, 180, and 27 degrees) remain clean from 0.1Hz to over 20kHz and are suitable for quad panning or XY applications.

With an input signal applied the GRIND out ranges from quadrature pulse width modulation (at LFO rate) to sync-like metallic tones (at audio rate). When GRIND is fed into the SPIN then it becomes a nonlinear feedback network with the faders and corresponding CV inputs providing instinctive control over phase cancellation, oscillation, and distortion. The four phase related outputs will become low pass, band pass, high pass, and inverted band pass filter outputs.

The function of the Angle Grinder depends on both the position of the knobs and the presence of an input signal.
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 2 in stock $281.52
Cat: 667770 Rel: 25 Jan 18
Dual chaotic oscillator with 2 CV inputs, Gate output with adjustable threshold & two sets of X & Y outputs
Notes: The Dreamboat is a dual chaotic oscillator with 2x CV inputs, a Gate output with adjustable threshold, and two sets of X and Y outputs. There are two oscillator sections to the module, the top half is an audio rate chaotic oscillator and the lower half outputs LFO rate signals. With its five outputs, the Dreamboat allows you to connect to plenty of modules all at once, allowing all kinds of modulation and listening possibilities. When used with an oscilloscope or a scope program in X/Y mode, the Dreamboat allows you to view its chaotic attractors in real time.

Allowing for unique rhythms through the use of the gate output, a typical setup might see the Dreamboat involved in a few feedback loops while controlling an ADSR and a VCA with its gate output. When used with TIP-TOP's special dual cables, hearing AND viewing the Dreamboat at the same time is a snap.

The Dreamboat is easy to use, just turn the knobs until the Chaos starts, then add modulation, cross-couple the two sections, and bring in a VCO or Noise module. For even more far out sounds, we recommend the use of two or even three Dreamboats for a truly powerful setup. Though the Dreamboat is not an oscillator in a way you might be used to, it will push you into new musical directions.

From subtle to destructive, from scary to absurd, the Dreamboat is a strange bird.

Use the Dreamboat to create everything from strange fogs to banging pots and pans, use it to explore Chaos or simply to have a truly unique module in your setup.

Snazzy FX recommends Gleick's classic book CHAOS for those who want to know a bit more about what is going on behind the scenes in this module.
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 2 in stock $197.80
Cat: 667789 Rel: 14 Nov 17
Low-pass filter module - 8HP
Notes: Take advantage of the instability!

The Eternal Spring Filter is quite different than most filters. It belongs to that category of sound modifiers which could be called an "effect", which is to say that it doesn't just filter the sound in a regular manner but also adds a considerable amount of edge/personality. At times it sounds like a wavefolder and when you plug a nice slow LFO into the CV input, you can really get some intense sounds out of it.

At lower drive settings, this filter adds noise, grit, and harmonics, while at higher settings the sound of the filter takes over and replaces your input with sparks and sludge. It sounds great on synth leads, on basslines, and really adds a lot of movement to drones. It is a weird beast which is capable of some different sounds than other filters in your system. On top of all of that, this filter is not temperature compensated and has plenty of musical instability. The cut-off and Q move around nicely to add energy to your incoming audio.
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 1 in stock $160.13
Cat: 682336 Rel: 14 Nov 17
B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order
Notes: ***B-STOCK: Box opened, product in perfect working order***

Take advantage of the instability!

The Eternal Spring Filter is quite different than most filters. It belongs to that category of sound modifiers which could be called an "effect", which is to say that it doesn't just filter the sound in a regular manner but also adds a considerable amount of edge/personality. At times it sounds like a wavefolder and when you plug a nice slow LFO into the CV input, you can really get some intense sounds out of it.

At lower drive settings, this filter adds noise, grit, and harmonics, while at higher settings the sound of the filter takes over and replaces your input with sparks and sludge. It sounds great on synth leads, on basslines, and really adds a lot of movement to drones. It is a weird beast which is capable of some different sounds than other filters in your system. On top of all of that, this filter is not temperature compensated and has plenty of musical instability. The cut-off and Q move around nicely to add energy to your incoming audio.
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 1 in stock $147.21
Cat: 667785 Rel: 14 Nov 17
Kick drum module able to generate a wide array of classic to modern bass drum sounds
Notes: Snazzy's first step into the world of drum modules, the Kick Me is their take on the all-important bass drum. Snazzy prefer tweakability over vintage pedigree, so the Kick Me doesn't sound like your classic XOX drum machine. However, with a wide range of useful sounds easily created with a few knob twists, that's a good thing.
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 1 in stock $129.78
Cat: 667781 Rel: 28 Aug 18
Sample & hold/random voltage module - 12HP
Notes: Inspired by sample and hold/analog shift register with some very unique features.

This beast incorporates not one but five sample and holds, chained together, with two controllable feedback taps, individual outputs at five points, a wave shaper output, built in white noise, two different clock modes, lag, and the ability to LOOP the analog cells (you load in 5 different voltages and then loop them this can all be started and stopped via a gate pulse and/OR with the built in BUTTON)

Includes attenuverters on both Main Outputs to allow for fine tuning of output signals, a slew section with two input sources (one being the clocked waveshaper), white noise output, a very unique SUM output which allows for a mixture of ALL FIVE sampling cells to create trills, strange Legato effects, and interesting reconstruction of the incoming signal.

To put it lightly, The Telephone Game can create a multitude of different modulation effects and it is EXTREMELY SIMPLE TO USE. You can either use the built in white noise as your signal source, or plug in any CV or audio in your system. Then you have the option of taking the CLOCK OUT from the Telephone Game and driving your sequencers, clock dividers, and envelope generators/VCA's IN TIME with all the wonderful random voltages the Telephone Game creates (highly recommended), OR use it without any other clocked modules and tune in to the wavy world of 'science sounds'.

Tested and developed in live situations, which means the panel layout, the graphics, and all controls add up to a module that is quick to setup and allows for on the fly melodic content.
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 1 in stock $262.68
Cat: 667775 Rel: 28 Aug 18
Tape malfunctions in Eurorack format - 12HP
Notes: In the times of perfect digital recording some people miss inaccuracies like those of old worn-out tape machines or tape echoes. The WOW and FLUTTER module simulates just those inaccuracies, the wow and flutter and the sound of an old tape. You can also set if the flutter of the tape fades in slowly and fades out fast or vice versa. Or, even in the DRY mode, the Wow & Flutter colours the sound.

The Wow and Flutter basically consists of a classic delay with feedback and behaves like one with the WARP control is at zero position.

The delay time can be set not only by the DLY control but also modulated by the audio signal depending on the dynamics and sensitivity setting of the W&F. If the audio signal is louder than the threshold set by the correspondent THRLD control then an attack/decay envelope is fired which affects the delay time. The warp controls how strong the fluttery effect is, just as a tape echo would eat the tape.

The input level can be adjusted with the GAIN knob, D/W controls the dry/wet mix. The signal at the OUT socket is dependent on the dry/wet setting while the WET socket outputs the effect signal only.

The delay time can be modulated by a CV at the DLY socket, the intensity is controlled with the DEPTH attenuator. There's also a CV input for modulating the envelope's decay time, and also an envelope follower input. The latter can be output at the ENV O socket. Experimenting with and feeding back the envelope follower with the audio ins and outs might provide crazy sounds...

There are two feedback modes: in the top switch position the W&F is somewhat tame, in the bottom position it will oscillate quickly, allowing for a dubby sound.

A jumper sets the behaviour of the envelopes: in FAST setting the attack and decay times are much shorter.
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 1 in stock $313.96
Cat: 599034 Rel: 22 Feb 17
8-bit wavetable oscillator for Eurorack with Uni-Five companion module
Notes: The Oscitron is an 8-bit wavetable oscillator for Eurorack. It is based around the Atmegatron audio engine but also has a lot of different features, which make it more suited to the modular environment.

One of the key differences is the ability to capture wavetables via an audio input. There is also a "continuous capture" mode which produces vocoder-style effects.

The resolution of the audio engine can be altered from the Atmegatron's 32 sample wavetables, down to 16 and up to 128 samples, creating radically different timbres.

There is a clock input that can be routed to many different parameters. There are 5 CV inputs for controlling the most common parameters. 16 patches can be stored internally. As with the Atmegatron, different software can be uploaded to the Oscitron. A port of the Odytron software is ready for release in the first quarter of 2017.

Uni-Five companion module:

The Oscitron comes bundled with the Uni-Five companion module. This is a utility module that takes 2 bipolar +5/-5V signals and 1 unipolar 8V signal and converts them to unipolar 5V signals, suitable for the Oscitron's inputs. This is most useful for bipolar LFOs and envelopes. There is also an attenuator on each input. The modules are also available separately.


- 8-bit wavetable module
- Unique wavetable PWM Synthesis audio engine.
- Quick and intuitive controls, no complex menu systems
- White aluminium faceplate with walnut side panels
- Nearly all parameters controllable by CV
- 16 preset sounds that can be overwritten with your own patches


- Huge selection of waveforms and filters
- Sample your own wavetables using the audio input
- Continuous sampling mode for vocoder-style effects
- Powerful synthesis features that takes Chiptune beyond 80s computer sounds
- Portamento and Quantizer
- Pulse width and phaser controls
- Unique 'wave crusher' effect


- Download the open source code from the downloads page
- Download the free Arduino development environment
- Tutorials and forums to help programmers
- Upload software using FTDI cable


- 1V/oct for pitch and filter cutoff
- 0-5V CV for pulse width, resonance and phaser
- Clock input (can be configured as extra CV control)
- Standard bipolar audio output
- 10 pin power and 6 pin FTDI programmer headers
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 4 in stock $236.41
Cat: 670613 Rel: 19 Mar 18
8-track sequencer & interface - perfect for composition & live performances
Notes: Hermod brings together a powerful step sequencer, a CV looper, a real-time effect processor, LFO generators and a complete bi-directional MIDI-USB-CV input/output interface.

Record a performance at any time thanks to the CV inputs, the USB HOST, the USB DEVICE and the MIDI input. Create and edit your tracks with the STEP mode and its piano roll and automation view. Generate crazy patterns with the randomization tool.

Hermod is polymetric, it means that each track can have a different length, from 1 step to 64 steps (256 quarter notes). Moreover, you can zoom in to increase the resolution of the step sequencer.

Polymorphic tracks:

Thanks to Hermod architecture, a track can be a simple mono CV/GATE voice, but can be easily configured as a polyphonic track (up to 8 voices), a CV/GATE + velocity + aftertouch track, a modulation + clock track... in order to perfectly fit your Eurorack system!

Sequences and Projects:

The 8 tracks are grouped into one of Hermod's 8 sequences. Every sequence is totally independent and contains a new set of tracks to be played with, for a total of 64 tracks in a single project.

The number of projects is unlimited and the save/load can be done in a flash, allowing you to jump from one song to the next in your live performance.

Dynamic effects:

All the fun in Hermod resides in its effect system, allowing you to transform input signals, whether it's MIDI or CV. You can stack on each track up to 8 real-time effects: Quantize, Swing, Arpeggiator, Glide, Harmonizer, Delay, Chance, Scale, LFO... Experiment with the effects position and parameters to generate eccentric melodies!

Every effect parameters can be edited in the EFFECTS mode, or with CC messages & CV inputs, thanks to the modMatrix.

MIDI-USB-CV interface:

Full connectivity: control Hermod with plug-and-play midi USB devices, midi keyboards, computers or other Eurorack CV systems.

Hermod is also a great midi hub, allowing you to sequence midi synthesizers/drum machines and computer's virtual instruments. Of course, Hermod can be perfectly paired with Pyramid or other hardware and software sequencer, in order to benefit from its CV/GATE outputs.

With Hermod's rock-solid clock, this module becomes a great synchronization tool, for all your setup!
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 8 in stock $443.75
Cat: 703641 Rel: 12 Oct 18
3HP high fidelity multiple featuring two 1x4 buffered multiples
Notes: CLONE is a 3hp, High fidelity Multiple featuring two 1x4 buffered multiples.

Multiple B is normalized from multiple A to provide 1x8 multiple capability.

CLONE allows for signal multiplication with extremely low degradation and each section is capable of driving an equivalent load impedance of 600 Ohms without distortion and extremely low signal loss.

We use audiophile grade active components to ensure signal integrity and fidelity across the audio and low frequency spectrum, ensuring practically zero loss of your multiplied signals.

In light of modular making its way into polyphonic territory, 1:4 multiples are necessary to accommodate 4 voice polyphonic modular systems.
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 1 in stock $72.20
Cat: 677509 Rel: 12 Oct 18
Analogue envelope follower - 6HP
Notes: The Detect-Rx is a versatile envelope follower, voltage controlled comparator (gate extractor) and rectifier providing many useful prescriptions to fill in your modular needs.


DETECT-R is the main input and provides an envelope output, rectified output and gate output simultaneously. If a second signal is also patched into the EXTRACT-R, it can be used separately.

The top two controls and switch alter the response of the resultant envelope. Any signal level from LINE (-10dBv) up to modular (+/-5 to +/-10V) may be used.

The FREQ switch selects the spectra in which the envelope will respond to dynamic changes from the input signal.

SMOOTH adds an additional ripple smoothing level control and tracks the FREQ setting

ENV GAIN controls the level of the envelope and is capable of attenuation as well as a lot of gain for low level input signals and even guitars (some pre-gain may be required for certain guitar pickups)

THRU provides a buffered copy of the input signal for easy patching of classic envelope follower applications and more

An LED is provided for visual feedback of the envelope and peak level (clipping) indication.

Some uses for the DETECT-R:

- Create envelopes that follow the input amplitude and frequency spectra
- Slew audio or control voltages
- Create a side chain envelopes for amplitude dynamics

EXTRACT-R is a voltage controlled comparator with three threshold selections; LINE level, 5V and 10V peak for various levels of control and response. The output gate is normalized into the DETECT-R input by default - providing a second method of producing an envelope from a gate rather than dynamic content.

RANGE selects the maximum threshold level of the attenuator.

THR CV is the input for dynamic voltage control of threshold.

THRESHOLD works as the manual adjustment and as a CV attenuator when CV is utilized.

An RGB LED is provided for visual feedback of the threshold range and gate activity.
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 5 in stock $171.63
Cat: 658624 Rel: 18 Aug 17
Bass & drum synthesiser voice module - 14HP
Notes: The Entity Bass Drum is a complete and versatile synthesizer voice geared for designing a huge array of bass drum, percussive and synth sounds. Finally, a truly deep tool for creating analog bass drum, bass lines and other percussive effects is here!

The design consists of a high fidelity resonant filter, 2 stage slope generator (rise/fall) with independent slope shaping, a high fidelity VCA and discrete transistor saturation circuitry. Every parameter on the Entity Bass drum is voltage controllable.

By applying a trigger of any length and at least 2V amplitude, we excite the resonant filter to produce a percussive sine wave. The pitch control tunes the output with a range of 8Hz to around 2.2KHz. Both higher and lower levels are achievable using the FM input for modulation etc. The internal filter will track 3-4 octaves reliably and the tracking device is temperature compensated.

The slope generator (ENV) can be switched into the circuit via the 3 way switch below the FM LVL control. This control is a bipolar attenuator which affects the level of the slope generator and/or external modulator that affects the pitch of the output.
The 3 way switch selects FM, FM+ENV or just ENV as a mod source.

The rise/fall envelope is a two stage function generator. The controls provide slope timing from 1ms to about a minute. To the right of these controls is the shaping section where logarithmic, linear and exponential slope shapes are selected independently for the two envelope stages.

The envelope is designed to re-trigger at a set point. This allows for changing dynamics to occur to pitch and amplitude when the slope times are greater than the output transient time. For instance the sound can vary between any number of triggers that fire before the envelope set point is reached. Setting the slope time fast enough (below roughly 1 o'clock) provides for nominal operation. Settings will vary depending on trigger and ring decay timing.

The envelope can also be used exclusively or in a more complex patch via a direct +ENV output. Additionally, a novel DUCK output provides a means to control external VCAs - to work like slow compressors. DUCK is an inverted and positively offset version of the +ENV out. This keeps VCAs open when the envelope is off and effectively 'ducks' the VCA when the envelope fires. Of course, mod sources for these outputs are not limited to VCAs...

BODY is a subtle, yet novel control. This control simulates the tightness of a drum head. All the way tight, we get a softer and somewhat muted sound, to the right we achieve a more flabby sound. The middle region is the sweet spot for a nearly perfect resonant drum. BODY can have a greater effect depending on the other parameters and can be very useful for fine tuning the sound in a mix and designing original drum sounds.

RING controls the resonant decay time. Both short and plucky and an infinite ring are obtainable. The filter is tuned so that it will always resonate a little, even when RING control is all the way down.

Before the output section, we have the discrete transistor saturation. We like this because of the vintage low end distortion from overdriven class-A discrete amplifiers. This one is tuned a bit more aggressively and just a touch is necessary to add some bite. However, you can go over the top and get brutal if you so desire... ;-)
The saturator will overdrive the output stage for more of a hard clipping effect that can be tuned out by adjusting the output level control without sacrificing signal amplitude - its a hot signal by intention.

The OUTPUT section is a parallel signal processor design. The OUTPUT control blends the nominal output with a secondary input (or nothing) depending on the 2 way switch setting below the control and/or whether an external signal is patched into the AMP CV input. In 'AMP' mode, the OUTPUT control works like a volume control. If a signal is active on the AMP CV input, the control will blend between the nominal output and the CV control level. Similarly, in 'ENV' mode we get the same blending action using the internal envelope.

The VCA can also be accessed directly via the A-MIX input. This allows you to use the output section as a standalone VCA (modulated via the envelope or not) or to mix other sounds with the Entity. Feedback patching is a possibility using a stackable or mult to feed the output into the A-MIX input. This produces a juicy distortion effect of a different flavour, you may like it.

The filter can be used independently or in combination with the nominal output via the F-MIX input. This input is used as an aux trigger input that is sensitive to pulse/trigger width. As the effect is less dramatic than the main trigger, dynamic rhythms are achievable using both inputs and creative triggering.
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 3 in stock $293.03
Cat: 658627 Rel: 18 Aug 17
High performance quad normal/inverting attenuator, mixer, add/sub & high fidelity mixer
Notes: MIXMODE is a high performance quad attenuator, inverting attenuator, precision adder/sub, RGB amplitude/polarity indicator and high fidelity mixer with both clean and saturated output modes.

The saturator is completely user configurable, allowing independent adjustment over the positive and negative clipping threshold levels. The unique response and wide harmonic palette makes this saturator stand in a class of it's own.

- Four inputs, Four outputs
- 3U Eurorack module, 6HP wide, 23mm deep
- Maximum current draw: 39mA at +12V and -12V
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 1 in stock $155.94
Cat: 658628 Rel: 18 Aug 17
Analog noise & random source module - 4HP
Notes: This new revision of the Quantum Rainbow features all of your favourites from the original plus two new noise outputs to expand the palate even further.

Known as one of the best voiced noise sources to date, the Quantum Rainbow is a surplus of true randomness. Unlike digital noise which will only ever be pseudo random at best, analog noise is the only real source of natural random fluctuations. This is because analog noise is the actual sound of real electron behaviour, as they break through a semiconductor junction. The QR uses a reverse biased transistor as the source of this amazing phenomenon.

Interesting fact - studies have been performed in order to prove that the power of thought is linked to statistical phenomena via the means of controlling random electron behaviour.

Special attention was paid when voicing the seven colours of noise in order to provide the most pleasing and accurate coloured noise pallet - that only a true analog noise source can deliver.
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 2 in stock $133.96
Cat: 658635 Rel: 18 Aug 17
Analog comprehensive random source with 5 unique outputs
Notes: The first module of the Ultra-Random series, the Ultra-Random Analog is a random voltage generator with six random outputs including two clocked stepped random outputs - one with built in logarithmic slew, a third stepped output that toggles between two internal noise sources or whatever is patched into the sample inputs, a fully voltage controllable smooth fluctuating random voltage output, a voltage controllable random gate/noise with 7 selectable levels of randomness and an independent vactrol based voltage controllable integrator - all with a built in 1V/Oct tracking voltage controlled clock. The URA can additionally function as a dual Sample and Hold, capable of wave shaping and sample reducing CV and audio.

The URA was designed to maximize routing options both within the module itself as well as within your modular system.

- Twin analog white noise generator sourced sample and holds: A and B for producing bipolar stepped and slewed random voltages. External input jacks are provided for both units - for processing external signals, random or otherwise. Sample level attenuators provided for each. These units will pass digitized analog white noise at the outputs when high sampling rate is achieved - using an internal or external clock.

- A third stepped output (TOGGLE A/B) provides another unique stepped random output which alternates sampling from two sources in time with the sample clock. This function can additionally splice two external sources together or a single source with one of the internal random sources. In essence, a double throw switch with synchronous sample rate reduction.

- Very smoothly fluctuating random voltage (R-FLUX) provides a very organic random output with voltage controllable (via vactrol) slew speed and voltage controlled output level probability. Internal or external clock timing.

- Random pulse/gate output (R-PULSE) operates from sub-sub audio well into the audio rate for use as a random gate/trigger sequence, additional random clock or digital noise generator. The frequency is variable via panel control and FM (density) input. R-Pulse features 7 selectable levels of randomness through 7 stage divisions. Scroll up/down through divisions. Saves selection every 60 seconds.

- Opto-Integrator - a vactrol based Integrator for smoothing voltages. This integrator features an input jack for processing external signals but processes the R-Pulse output through internal normalization when nothing is patched in. Panel control and CV input provided for altering the integration slope.

- Built in clock with hi and low range selector. Panel speed control and 1V/OCT FM input. Temperature compensated for low drift. Clock output for timing external devices. Clock doubles as a full range pulse VCO.

- External clock input for optionally timing S&H-B, R-FLUX and TOGGLE outputs.

- All packed into a comfortably designed 10hp width.
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 4 in stock $234.54
Cat: 698449 Rel: 07 Sep 18
Dual attenuator and lag generator module 10HP
Notes: Multi-purpose heavy lifter. The attenuators reduce level, audio or CV, when switch is set to off.

With the switch up the audio/signal passes through at full level. The inputs are linked together: patching into channel 1 drives both attenuators; patching into channel 2 breaks the link.
Experimentation with key tracking to create alternative tunings, or interaction with audio inputs that don't afford attenuation does good things.

The two lag circuits provide a handy CV mult/hub for oscillator and filter tracking (perfect for CV-ing up our OSCILLATION module with its switchable one in/three out structure for both attenuation and slewing-x2) and are linked together: if you patch into channel 1 only, the outputs of both channels are driven (just like the attenuation circuit); patching into channel 2 breaks the link and they become two separate CV mult/lag circuits - envelopes look out.

Four Pots

Four Switches
OFF: the top two handle attenuation duties; the bottom are wired to lag time.

Ten Patch Points

Common Controls and Patch Points
ATTENUATE - Level reduction.
IN - Attenuation input.
OUT - Attenuation output.
OFF - Bypass is in up position.
LAG TIME - Exponential slewing amount - still affectionately called glide in some quarters.
IN - Lag input.
OFF - Lag bypass.
OUT A - Lag output A.
OUT B - Lag output B.
OUT C - Lag output C.

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 1 in stock $123.50
Cat: 655869 Rel: 13 Sep 18
Compact, high quality, 4 in/1 out audio & CV mixer 6HP
Notes: Space conscious, 4 in/1 out, high quality audio and CV mixer. Originally set at unity gain (along with the VCA2), but tinkering provided useful intel and design changes. Upshot: With the pot set at 3:00 you are at unity, fully clockwise, expect a 2 Volt increase.

Four Pots:
LVL 1, LVL 2, LVL3, LVL 4.

Five Patch Points:
OUT, IN 1, IN 2, IN 3, IN 4.

All Controls and Patch Points:
LVL 1 - Adjusts the level of IN 1
LVL 2 - Adjusts the level of IN 2
LVL 3 - Adjusts the level of IN 3
LVL 4 - Adjusts the level of IN 4
OUT - Composite output
IN 1 - Audio/CV input 1
IN 2 - Audio/CV input 2
IN 3 - Audio/CV input 3
IN 4 - Audio/CV input 4

- Size: 6hp
- Depth: 25mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 4mA (+12 / -12)
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 1 in stock $93.15
Cat: 655847 Rel: 06 Sep 17
Quad digital OSC module - 12HP
Notes: Deeply featured 12hp module with four digital oscillators - each with a selection of 64 waveforms, 7 different processing modes including phase distortion and wave sequencing, and a dedicated volt per octave input. In unison mode, all 4 OSCs can be played via the 1st 1V/O input, by 1V/O inputs 1-4, and widely detuned, or switched to a preset chord formation - a major move beyond the 'one note samba' monophonic, module choreography - scooch over Grainy, Quadnic is cookin' up digi-vittles for four. "Come 'n' git it!" and stay in record: the Quadnic is non-programmable; when the power recycles, the Quad defaults to voice 1 active with current pot positions. All edits are live; all edits are volatile. Exciting. Always fresh.

The Four Oscillator Structure image gets one into the weeds of the sound. Control of all the OSCs parameters globally without sacrificing individual CV control is now a reality: essentially a sensible polyphonic mode with individual CV control. Previous OS Master Modes used only OSC 1 as the controlling CV - the additional mode uses all 4 controlling CVs. Changing stronger together.

Master Matters:
- With MASTER mode switched on, the oscillator responds to it's own CV input
- Oscillators 2 to 4: If Master LED is not lit, the oscillator responds to CV 1, with the pitch control adding +/-1 octave offset
- Oscillator 1 always responds to CV input; the other oscillators follow CV 1 if they are not set to Master
- When all 4 oscillator switches/lights are selected, the Quadnic is in unison mode and all oscillators follow CV 1; the front panel control affects all 4 oscillators
- To get all oscillators to same pitch, adjust the Pitch and Fine controls
- To get all oscillators to play the same sound (they are quite independent), adjust all controls
- All 4 OSC lights on, with Master selected or flashing: unison can detune massively up to 4 octaves
- All 4 OSC lights on, with master not selected: unison and Chord produce chords

Inputs and Outputs:
1V/OCT 1 - Oscillator 1, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Controls the pitch of any other oscillator that is set to Slave mode.
1V/OCT 2 - Oscillator 2, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Only affects oscillator 2 when in Master mode.
1V/OCT 3 - Oscillator 3, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Only affects oscillator 3 when in Master mode.
1V/OCT 4 - Oscillator 4, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Only affects oscillator 4 when in Master mode.
Proc CV - Process CV input. +/-5V input range. One CV input for all oscillators, but can be attenuated for individual oscillators using the Process CV control.

Out 1 - Oscillator 1 output.
Out 2 - Oscillator 2 output.
Out 3 - Oscillator 3 output.
Out 4 - Oscillator 4 output.

- Size: 12hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 50mA max
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 1 in stock $249.09
Cat: 655853 Rel: 06 Sep 17
Voltage controlled state variable filter module
Notes: Simultaneous high pass, low pass, and band pass outputs, all with a 12 dB/oct slope. The notch is the inverse of the bandpass, achieved by summing the low pass and high pass outputs. This version is a combination of the original SEM filter and the newer design from the OBX, along with improvements by SE. It has a modest current draw, which it pulls evenly from the plus and minus rails.

Potentiometer Potential:
Three attenuverter and four attenuation pots control the FREQUENCY, RESONANCE, FREQ CV 1, RESO CV, LP HP, INPUT and OUTPUT, delivering smooth, detailed, and complex expression.

Switch it Up:
FULL and HALF strength filter frequency keyboard/voltage tracking, and BP / LP-HP modes.

Patch it Up:
Seven patch points: 1 V/O, FREQ CV 1, FREQ CV 2, RESO CV, INPUT, BP LP-HP, and OUTPUT direct the deepest manipulation.

All Controls and Patch Points:
FREQUENCY - Adjusts the frequency, or cut-off of the filter.
RESONANCE - Adjusts the resonance of the filter.
FULL HALF TRACK - Switch between full and half keyboard/voltage tracking.
FREQ CV 1 - Frequency control voltage 1 input attenuverter.
RESO CV - Resonance control voltage input attenuverter.
LP HP - Low Pass / High Pass attenuverter.
INPUT - Adjusts the audio input.
OUTPUT - Adjusts the audio output.
1 V/O - One volt per octave control voltage input.
FREQ CV 1 - Frequency control voltage 1 input.
BP OUT - Band Pass Output. No cable patched, BP passes through the mains.
RESO CV - Resonance control voltage input.
INPUT - Audio input.
BP LP-HP - Switch between Band Pass and Low Pass - High Pass modes.
OUTPUT - Audio output.

- Size: 12hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 32mA (+12 / -12)
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 1 in stock $270.01
Cat: 655881 Rel: 08 Aug 17
Self-contained synth voice module inspired by the ARP 2600
Notes: TONESTAR 8106, an ARP 2600-inspired complete synth voice, infuses Tim Caswell's "Jupiter to Juno" filter alchemy - a 6db/oct hi-pass filter followed by a recreation of the Roland IR3109 module - into our Tonestar 2600 platform; this chirpy yet full-bodied 8106 model is also fully #OutsToOuts modular featuring 27 pots - one more that the 2600 model for the high-pass filter, 6 switches - one less, sacrificing resonance modulation for that high-pass filtering, and 21 jacks. If the Tonestar 8106 thins somewhat with resonance excess, route the triangle wave 'round the VCF with the "NO VCF" switch setting, and keep this juicy reimagining of the Roland IR3109 module boomin' and gloomin'.

27 Knobbed and "Shafted" Potentiometers:

6 Switches:
VCO: OCT (up/null/down); FREQ/PW (frequency/null/pulse width); NO VCF (VCF/null/no VCF); VCF: TRIANGLE/SQUARE (triangle/null/square); ENVs: HOLD, MSTR (hold/null/master); VCA: IN/MIX

21 Jacks:

- PCB Mounting Scheme: Through-hole
- Filter: A 6db/oct hi-pass filter followed by a recreation of the Roland IR3109 module, which is a 4 pole, 24 db/oct voltage controlled lowpass filter with voltage controlled resonance. 3 dual OTAs with similar topology to the BA662 used in the Jupiter 8 (and the IR3109 module) were employed, 1 amp for the hi-pass filter, 4 (with added buffers) for the low-pass, and 1 for the resonance. This filter takes a wide range of input signals, and tracks control voltage extremely well. Tap points are available for 6db, 12db, and 18db/oct. Although the topology is similar to the 4072, the tonality, especially when over driven, is distinct.
- Size: 32hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 130mA, 80mA (+12 / -12)
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 3 in stock $518.06
Cat: 660460 Rel: 15 Mar 18
4-stage Analog Shift Register (ASR) module with built-in quantizer & digital noise generator - 14HP
Notes: The E102 is a 4-tap delay for control voltages (a digital implementation of the Serge ASR - Analog Shift Register). There is also a digital noise generator with 8 different types of noise spectra. With no CV patched into the INPUT jack, the digital noise is sampled. Each clock pulse (internally set by RATE or patched into CLOCK IN) samples the INPUT and stores it as a 14-bit value. Successive clocks then shift the sampled voltage to the next output. The sampled voltage is shifted in the delay line as OUT1 > OUT2 > OUT3 > OUT4. A quad 14-bit DAC drives the outputs with an accuracy of <1mv.

A unique addition to the traditional ASR is the voltage-controlled DELAY. Selectable in 3 ranges, this adds delay stages in-between each output. For example, if DELAY was 2, then it would take 6 additional clocks for the OUT1 to "travel" down the delay line to appear at OUT4. The INPUT is sampled once for each clock, no matter what the DELAY is. The outputs can be quantized to whole-note steps.

The most common use of the E102 is having each OUT drive a VCO. If you have a step sequencer, then use the sequencer's clock into CLOCK IN and the sequencer's CV out to INPUT. The 4 OUTs will then generate a musical canon (like "Row Row Row Your Boat") when driving 4 VCOs. Each VCO will play the same note as the prior clocked output. This is of course assuming DELAY = 1. DELAY is not the same as a 'clock divider': when DELAY is not 1 (say it is 12), then every sample clock, the INPUT is fed into the delay. In this case there are 12 clock-delay stages between each out. If 0.25V was sampled and appears at OUT1, then 12 clocks later that same 0.25V appears at OUT2. There is no delay from INPUT to OUT1. The delays are OUT1 to OUT2, OUT2 to OUT3, and OUT3 to OUT4. OUT1 is a 'traditional' sample/hold.
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 1 in stock $293.03
Cat: 660462 Rel: 15 Mar 18
Dual wavetable LFO with unique Morphing Terrarium technology - 14HP
Notes: The E355 is a 14hp Eurorack module with two LFOs that use our unique morphing algorithm to create over 10,000 different waveforms. the two outputs can vary from one cycle in 12 minutes to 1000Hz, with high and low ranges available. The use of a 24 MHz 32-bit ARM processor means virtually no frequency drift.

The E355 has features to make it useful in both live and in the studio. The two LFOs are "locked" to each other in one of three ways, chosen by a panel switch:

- LFO1 and LFO2 have independent rates and the same waveshape and phase
- LFO2 has independent waveshape but the same rate and phase as LFO1
- LFO1 and LFO2 have the same rate/waveshape but variable phase from 0-360-

LFO1 can be thought of as the "master" LFO as it always has independent rate, FM, and morphing. Each LFO tracks 1v/Oct and all parameters are under voltage control. There are two LEDs that vary in brightness based on output amplitude in 128 levels.

The E355 uses the same morphing engine as the E350 Morphing Terrarium. The transition from one stored wavetable to another is broken down into 4096 calculated waves. There are 3 banks of waves to select from:

- Bank A: basic waves in order of harmonic complexity (sine, triangle, saw up, saw down, 25/50/75% pulses and noise)
- Bank B: the waves in Bank A are repeated in frequency as 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x, etc up to 8x. This allows the LFOs to have a very wide range between them if necessary or to use this as a basic audio oscillator (limited to 1khz).
- Bank C: the 64 waves taken from Bank C of the E350 Morphing Terrarium (created by Robert Rich) to go way beyond the ordinary. Sequences of notes, arpeggiated effects, pings, swoops, and lattice phase modulation are just a few of the options contained within. In the audio range these can be harsh, noisy, and crunchy.

There are also two external inputs to either sync the LFOs or to hold ("freeze") the outputs at the current stage of the waveform.
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 2 in stock $208.27
Cat: 660465 Rel: 24 Jan 18
Analog discrete low pass filter with three simultaneous filter types, plus overdrive & voltage controlled resonance - 14HP
Notes: The E440 is based on the 5U MOTM-440 filter with additional features such as separate outputs for each filter slope and an input Drive control.

You have probably heard of the SSM2040 filter chip, used in the Prophet-5 Rev 2, Voyetra 8, and others. Although short-lived, the SSM2040 filter had a unique sound different from a Moog, ARP, or other 4-pole lowpass filters. Why? The design used a clever discrete OTA gain cell that responds beautifully as additional gain is added to the input signal.

The E440 provides three simultaneous filter slopes: 2 Pole (12dB), 3 Pole (18dB), and 4 Pole (24dB) for selective timbral shaping. Voltage control of filter resonance (rarely found on other filters) is also available.
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 1 in stock $311.87
Cat: 660472 Rel: 15 Mar 18
Audio-range digital delay with normal mode, plus tape & BBD emulation - 14HP
Notes: The E580 emulates the classic sounds of digital, BBD (bucket brigade), and tape-based delays with four parameters under voltage control. This 14hp wide Eurorack module accepts either +/-12V standard power or +/-15V MOTM/power. Using a 40MHz DSP and 24-bit codec, the E580 recreates the pitch-shift modulation of BBDs, including the variable bandwidth and noise floor, without costly and scarce BBD ICs. In Tape Mode, wow & flutter, tape saturation and non-linear distortions emulate classic tape units without the bulk and maintenance. There are two simultaneous audio outputs: a straight delay and a variable tapped delay. The tap position is a percentage of the main delay time. This allows very short delays (<350µs) as well as long delays (750ms). Both tap position offset and main delay time are voltage-controlled over a -5v to +5v range.

Feedback is jumper-selectable from either the tapped position or the main delay. This flexibility can generate standard rhythmic delays (feedback from main delay) or a series of pre-delay reflections (tapped delay) which sound very different from each other.
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 1 in stock $311.88
Cat: 593848 Rel: 26 Jan 16
Slew limiter & mixer synth module - 8HP wide
Notes: VC slew limiter and DC-coupled utility mixer. The slew limiter preserves the pitch of calibrated 1v/oct signals, and the mixer is versatile for either oscillator submixing or control voltage processing. Rudimentary mute buttons for channels 1/2 are provided as a bonus feature.

Slew Limiter - Manual rise/fall knobs, CV input (assignable to rise/fall or both), CV attenuverter (acts as log/expo bender when no external CV is applied), Slew on/off gate input
Mixer - 3x1 mixer. Channels one and two have mute buttons. Channel 2's knob is a bipolar attenuverter for signal inversion.
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 1 in stock $154.89
Cat: 593856 Rel: 05 Oct 16
Firmware & ROM programmer module
Notes: You need a PICKIT2 to use this device correctly.

- Obtain a Pickit2 programmer from an electronics dealer. It is - Microchip part number PG164120.
- Your Harvestman Digital Audio Electronics dealer may also sell them.
- Connect the Pickit to your USB port.
- Install the software on the CD, and launch it (Windows).

To burn your own Piston Honda ROMs:

Obtain the "25LC512" serial EEPROM chip in DIP package from your electronics dealer. You can also use the 25AA512 if in stock.

- Connect the Pickit to your USB port.
- Install the software on the CD, and launch it (Windows).
- Connect the Firmware Programmer header to the Pickit, lining up the triangle graphics.
- Install one of the EEPROM chips into the Programmer's socket, taking care to not bend the pins.
- From the Device Family menu, select "EEPROMS" (25xx family), then select the 25LC512.
- Use the File menu to load the HEX or BIN file for your waveform data.
- Press the Write button to send the data to the chip and wait for confirmation.
- Remove the chip from the socket when you have a success message, and install it into your - Piston Honda expander.

To update firmware:
- Connect the module's 6-pin header to the Pickit.
- From the Tools menu, select "Check Communication", and the processor should be - correctly detected and identified.
- From the File menu, select "Import Hex" and open the firmware file you wish to upload. - When this is done, the program should self-identify the processor type of your module.
- If it reports that the hex file is successfully loaded, push the "Write" button and wait one minute for the green Success message.
- After this, you may disconnect the module and continue using it in your system.

Note that older designs use a different programming header. The Harvestman Device Programmer adapts the Pickit to this older header. To program using this setup, plug the Pickit into the header on the black Device Programmer board. Plug the ribbon cable into the programming header on the old module. Connect the module to the modular system's power supply and turn on. If the computer reports a USB error, disconnect the ribbon cable from the module and plug it in the other way. Now, repeat the steps described above to open the hex file and write the firmware to the module.

- The eight-pin socket is used for programming EEPROMs from the 25xx series.
- In order to write new firmware to older Harvesteman modules (but also Malgorithm Mk2 and Tyme Sefari Mk2), use the 2x5 pin header.
- The six-pin connector with the fat white arrow is used to connect to a PicKit2 programmer.

- A PicKit2 microchip programmer (PicKit3 works, too) is required for the Harvestman programmer. Get it at your electronics supply store.
- The Harvestman Programmer is used as an interface between the PicKit2 and the module or the ROM chips.
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 1 in stock $34.80
Cat: 590416 Rel: 09 Nov 15
Analog bass drum snythesizer module - 4HP wide
Notes: Introducing the BD808, part of our new series of drum modules that brings analog percussion into the modular synth world, instantly turning your system into a self-contained music machine. Its small size, minimalist design, and modern production methods have allowed us to bring the world's most famous bass drum sound generator back at a very low cost. The real thing is here again.

The BD808 is the Roland TR-808's Bass Drum circuit adapted for use in Eurorack format and tuned to sound like a machine that comes fresh off the original 80's assembly line. The adaptation to modular format has allowed us to add some special features like independent Accent levels, a high-powered gain stage, dual-input pulse-shaper, and extended decay - all without compromising the signature sound of the TR-808.

A widely used technique with TR-808 machines is to run the drum sounds through outboard amplifiers to add gain and then pass the sound through just about anything to generate additional harmonics caused by clipping and distortion. In the BD808, we have already included this high-powered output gain stage capable of producing signals up to 20Vpp, extending from the original palette of sounds and allowing you to get an assorted array of harmonized bass drums ranging from sharp attacks to crushed tones using this simple yet effective technique! On the inputs, we have also designed a dual pulse-shaper circuit so you can trigger your BD808 with Trigger/Gate signals from step sequencers, clock dividers, or any other pulse/clock sources. This saves you the need to shape the pulses sent to the module and ensuring the same stable sound at its peak power, regardless of differences in your pulse source.

All these little, but unique, features make integrating this legendary sound generator into your modular easy, unleashing the power of real analog drums and making those speaker cones shake.
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 1 in stock $84.77
Cat: 618520 Rel: 03 Aug 16
Beat sync delay effects for Z-DSP module
Notes: Clocked Delays are a collection of eight stereo delay programs that let you sync delay time to an external clock applied to CV input two of the Z-DSP.

With a quick setup, the clock input easily and exactly synchronizes the delay repeats to external rhythms generated by the Trigger Riot, Circadian Rhythms or other clock sources. A Divide parameter is included with each program to switch between different divisions or stereo ratios creating a spatial audio clock divider which automatically matches the repeats to a playing beat. Feeding the clock input with odd clock divisions like from the Trigger Riot has the interesting effect moving the repeats in relation to the playing beat.

When it comes to their sound some of the programs feature a pristine classic delay lines, while other programs insert a coloured band pass, low pass or high pass filter in the feedback loop, imparting a beautiful harmonic transition to the repeats as they feedback through the filter and slowly decay away. Using the Z-DSP's analog feedback path adds additional voltage controlled stereo feedback hick can slightly drift the repeats out of their tight sync to the incoming clock, due to the DSP chip latency, and also extend the delay Mil intensity up to self-oscillation. Controlling the Z-DSP's DSP chip speed externally via the Clock jack can devolve everything into glitchy out of sync binary chaos.
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 1 in stock $54.37
Cat: 595782 Rel: 19 Jan 16
Percussion module based on sounds from a classic 909 - 8HP wide
Notes: Tiptop Audio Cymbal 909

The module was designed, tuned and tested to sound like the crash and ride sounds from a 909 fresh off the factory line. The sound circuits use a combination of low-fi 6 bit sound samples that pass through a series of analog elements that provide envelope and filtering to the source sound.
TipTop Audio enhanced the circuits by adding manual and voltage controllable tuning to each voice which result in a wide sound range: from hard industrial sound at the low end to the original crash/ride sounds to brilliant HihHts at high settings.

Like other TipTop drum voices also the Cymbl909 has high output level, allowing you to further enhance the sound by distortion and clipping. Play dynamically with the volume of the drum sounds with the Accent parameter, whose CV input is normalized to the gate input. Which means you just need to turn up the accent knob to play the sound with full punch.

Crash: tune CV input; gate input, normalized to accent CV input; Crash audio output
Ride: tune CV input; gate input, normalized to accent CV input; Ride audio output

60 mA +12V
40 mA -12V
0 mA 5V
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 2 in stock $165.36
Cat: 683513 Rel: 09 Apr 18
Sample library for the Tiptop Audio One by Joseph Fraioli aka Datach'i
Notes: Tiptop Audio and award winning sound designer/electronic music artist Joseph Fraioli AKA Datach'i come together in the form of the new Datach'i One card. The card, to be used exclusively in the Tiptop ONE Sample Player, contains 187 unique sounds ranging from organic recorded elements and electronic percussion to dramatic gestures, ambiences and melodic sequences. Created with field recordings, the Eurorack modular synthesizer, Symbolic Sound Kyma system and boutique electro acoustic instruments, all sounds were recorded at 24 bit/96k quality for maximum resolution in pitch control while maintaining latencies of as low as 0.25 ms.
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 1 in stock $26.15
Cat: 646204 Rel: 30 May 17
Wave multiplier & sub-octave generator - 12HP
Notes: The Fold Processor is a voltage controlled wave multiplier and sub-octave generator. The circuit is based on a classic diode design that adds odd harmonics by folding the incoming signal, followed by subdivided square waves.

The wave folder creates new waveforms from the standard sine, triangle, sawtooth and square waves, has a dedicated output jack and CV input with an attenuator making it very easy to create beautifully animated folding sounds. Adjustable voltage controlled Inject alters the bias point creating an even wider palette of sounds.

The subdivide generator squares the fold output generating 4 more sounds spaced one octave apart, each with its own gain knob and mixed to the Subdivide output jack. Mixing the four can create anything from discordant square wave swarms to sweet harmonic oscillator stacks, from a stable square version of the folded wave to freaky PLL like glitched slides.

Overall results can sound evil at times and sweet at others, a true multi-faced devil.
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 2 in stock $126.63
Cat: 704130 Rel: 01 Oct 18
Multimode filter based on the Steiner-Parker design - 8HP
Notes: Welcome to the Forbidden Planet, an all analogue multi-mode filter design influenced by the 1975 Steiner-Parker Synthacon model. Control the Forbidden Planet manually or through CV and take the sound of your Eurorack into new orbits.

Forbidden Planet has three filter input jacks: High Pass, Low Pass and Band Pass. The High Pass section is this module's signature sound - a crisp sharp-cut with no residue, designed to add High Pass filtering capability to Tiptop Audio's wide range of Eurorack modules. Send a throbbing kick drum through the High Pass section and filter out the rumbling lows while maintaining the pulse of the beat. The Bandpass is clear and useful in isolating a pie-slice-range-of-frequencies while cutting off the low and highs, great for accurate sound design or sculpting audio into that sweet spot. The Low Pass is an airy classic 12db two-pole analogue slope ideal for monophonic synth patches and filtering down to the essential low-end bass we all love.

The Forbidden Planet Resonance utilizes an internal feedback path which can sound smooth or aggressive depending on the knob setting. At a low setting, it emphasizes the cut-off harmonics, at middle settings it begins to self-oscillate, and towards maximum setting it forms interesting tones and all sorts of chopped grainy bits of self-oscillation perfect for entering into a sci-fi world.

The Forbidden Planet is an impressive multi-mode analogue filter which adds a broader filter spectrum to the Tiptop Audio modular family and unlocks forbidden creative possibilities in a small package.
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 4 in stock $120.35
Cat: 595778 Rel: 19 Jan 16
Reverb Z-DSP cartridge featuring a collection of 8 Voltage-Controlled reverb algorithms for the Tiptop Audio Z-DSP module
Notes: The Tiptop Audio and Valhalla DSP 'Halls Of Valhalla' is a reverb Z-DSP cartridge featuring a collection of 8 Voltage-Controlled reverb algorithms for the Tiptop Audio Z-DSP module.

The cartridge contains 8 original reverb algorithms, custom designed for the Z-DSP and the Eurorack environment. Voltage-control over reverb decay, tone, and modulation allows the user to create reverbs ranging from small rooms to large halls to near-infinite decays. The reverbs in the Halls Of Valhalla are arranged in order of perceived size, from small to big to huge to uncomfortably enormous!

The Halls Of Valhalla brings the artifacts of fixed point digital signal processing to the forefront, resulting in a thickness and warmth that evokes the classic digital gear of the 1970s through the early 1990s. The goal of the algorithms is not to evoke physical environments, but rather to create unreal spaces that range from subtle to bombastic, from light to dark, with a lushness that turns simple input sounds into rich orchestral washes. The Halls Of Valhalla brings the Valhalla DSP aesthetics into the hardware world: Minimalist interface, Maximalist sound.

Program 1: Room
Program 2: Chamber
Program 3: Plate
Program 4: EnsembleVerb
Program 5: Cathedral
Program 6: Nilfheim
Program 7: Asgard
Program 8: Ginnungagap
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 4 in stock $61.49
Tiptop Audio Happy Ending Kit (black) (modular synth starter kit)
Cat: 590437 Rel: 10 Nov 15
Modular starter kit containing rails, rack ears and power supply
Notes: The Happy Ending Kit is an easy way to get everything needed to start a Eurorack modular system.

The Happy Ending Kit includes:
1 x Z-Rails set plus screws to attach to Z-Ears
1 x uZeus 4HP PSU with 2 x flying bus boards
1 x UK 3-pin mains adapter
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 7 in stock $138.15
Tiptop Audio Happy Ending Kit (silver) (modular synth starter kit)
Cat: 590438 Rel: 10 Nov 15
Modular starter kit containing rails, rack ears and power supply
Notes: The Happy Ending Kit is an easy way to get everything needed to start a Eurorack modular system.

The Happy Ending Kit includes:
1 x Z-Rails set plus screws to attach to Z-Ears
1 x uZeus 4HP PSU with 2 x flying bus boards
1 x UK 3-pin mains adapter
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 2 in stock $140.23
Cat: 590435 Rel: 09 Nov 15
Percussion synth module with TR-909's original closed and open hi-hats circuits adapted for use in Eurorack modular synthesiser format - 8HP wide
Notes: Introducing the HATS909, part of our new series of drum modules that brings those classic percussion sounds into the modular synth world, instantly turning your system into a self-contained music machine.

The HATS909 is the TR-909's original Closed and Open Hi-Hats circuits adapted for use in Eurorack modular synthesizer format and was tested to sound like a machine coming fresh off the assembly line back in the 80's Improving on the original, we have added some great new features that expand the sound palette of hats that can be produced with this small, powerful module.

The original TR-909 circuit is made with a combination of low-fi 6-bit sound samples that pass through a series of analog elements to provide envelope and filtering to the source sound. The HATS909 module allows for manual and voltage control of the sample's tuning, which provides anything from crushed hats and short ticks to the original sound and anything in between. A modulation switch allows you to tap a voltage control to either the tune input or the internal VCA for modulation with external control signals or for adding AM or FM synthesis in the audio range from external oscillators, other drum sounds, or just about any sound source. HATS909 also offers a switch for a direct tap to the output of the original sample, bypassing all other internal analog processing, giving you the pure source sound for synthesis any way you want with your own modules.

Just like the other drums in this series, the HATS909 high-powered output gain stage allows you to further harmonize the sound through distortion and clipping. On each gate input, we have designed a dual pulse-shaper circuit so you can trigger your HATS909 with trigger/gate signals from step sequencers, clock dividers, or any other pulse/clock sources.
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 4 in stock $164.31
Cat: 590410 Rel: 09 Nov 15
Analog multi-channel mixing synth module for mixing audio, CV and gate signals - 10HP wide
Notes: MIXZ is a low-cost, analog multi-channel mixing module for mixing audio, CV and gate signals with excellent linear response and low noise. Balancing a clear visual layout and multiple mixer in a small footprint makes the MIXZ easy to use in a variety of configurations within the modular synth. Its high quality analog mixing circuitry makes for a great sounding mixer with plenty of headroom, providing a smooth organic merge of dynamics, and excellent separation of mixing sections and channels. MIXZ has three sections:

Mixer A - a low-noise, 4-channel mixer with independent gain control for each channel
Mixer B - a low-noise, 4-channel mixer with master gain control
Bus Mix - a multi-channel mixer that mixes signals from modules utilizing the Tiptop Bus Mix

Mixer A and B can be configured as either two independent 4-channel mixers or as a single 8-channel mixer. If the output of Mixer A is not in use, then Mixer A will be routed internally to Mixer B forming the 8-channel mixer.

Tiptop Bus Mix is a new method we have developed to mix audio signals through the Eurorack power bus board without patch cables, a little bit of magic, eh? Although this technique is not ideal for a low-noise mix, we found it to be useful for some applications including mixing our drum modules, which all have a Bus Mix enabled output. The result is that your drum modules are always available and mixed on the master out of the MIXZ with a flip of a switch. This will save you time and frees up cables for re-patching sounds again and again, while keeping the channels of MIXZ free to bring other signals into the mix.

Combining the Bus Mix with Mixer A and B, the MIXZ can sum dozens of channels in only 10 HP
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 2 in stock $93.14
Cat: 641112 Rel: 27 Feb 17
Z-DSP VC-Digital signal processor
Notes: Tiptop Audio - Numberz Digital Audio Lab USB Programmer is a USB device that communicates with a software front-end (for PC) and can be used to download DSP programs and display text to blank, non-volatile cards for use with the Z-DSP. Numberz can also feed directly into the Z-DSP's card slot for real-time programming.

With Numberz you can:

- Download free Z-DSP programs from the web and "burn" them into cartridges
- Modify programs for new and interesting effects
- Write and debug Z-DSP programs in a real-time environment

- Share your programs online with other Numberz users
- Share your programs on Z-DSP cartridges with other Z-DSP users
- Create your own text for the Z-DSP LCD display
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 1 in stock $196.76
Cat: 641102 Rel: 27 Feb 17
24bit, 96k 4HP mono sample player
Notes: ONE brings organic sound and super low latency sample playback to the modular. It differs from other sample players in that it handles the digital audio bits as a continuously manipulated electrical flow, a feature inspired by our analog knowhow. This unique core makes ONE truly integral within the Tiptop percussive modular ecosystem thanks to a lightweight and responsive digital circuit with a very analog feel.

ONE brings a world of colours to the modular right out of the package. We have invited some of the best sound designers in the Industry to create professional sound libraries with content tailored to the unique sonic framework of the modular synthesizer and that fully takes advantage of ONE's unique qualities. To start with, ONE comes with a SD card loaded with a free set of 60 sounds designed by Glitchmachines. More cards are available to purchase separately each containing carefully selected material with up to 256 sound files. Using your own sample libraries or recordings is easy too, just copy 16 or 24bit mono WAV files onto the SD card, pop the card into ONE and go.

ONE offers several modes of operation, with the primary being the super low latency Trigger mode that retrieves audio data off the SD card adding no artificial processing such as click removal, crossfading, EQ or gain normalization. In this mode, it's a highly transparent player up to 24 bit 96kHz with no interpolation of the audio data: what you put in is what you get out. With a delay as low as 0.25ms from the moment the trigger hits, ONE offers harmonically dense, clear and detailed audio with a great rhythmic feel.

ONE handles external CV through a user selectable multifunction jack. Pitch is the main control with two modes available: Free pitch allows for fine tuning of the playback rate, great for adding subtle vibrato or wild tape speed effects; Quantized pitch maps CV to the standard 12 tone system over 3.5 octaves and is ideal for melodic content. CV can also be used to sequence through files off the SD card allowing far more varied sounds from a single source; almost like an entire percussion section behind the slim panel.

Although originally designed to play tightly with our analog drums and envelopes, ONE's rich sound quality encouraged us to make it work in a variety of other applications that are less demanding of sub millisecond timing response. The extra headroom at the core level allows features such as Gated playback, Looping, and Triggering with fades in and out to accommodate different types of sound sources from drum loops to polysynth chords to noise sources and other yet unimagined uses.

ONE offers another useful dimension since it can play CV signals too. Drop in a card with LFO signals, random CV, slopes and envelopes for a whole set of new control and modulation possibilities.

ONE is as simple to use as it is affordable and plays extremely well with its analog cousins - our vision for bringing samples into the modular world.
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 6 in stock $152.79
Cat: 634778 Rel: 06 Feb 17
Digital processor with high precision analog CV circuitry
Notes: QuantiZer is a creative melody composing module that uses cutting edge analog electronics and DSP to tune analog VCOs precisely into Western musical scales. The front panel is packed with functions that makes it very playable and intuitive to use, with a layout that moves forward from the typical quantizer design. At its centre is a slider that can be set to play notes, add Portamento to an incoming sequence, transpose a sequence with in an octave range or transpose a sequence within 5 octave range. The 12 note keyboard can be set to play notes manually, add and subtract notes from scales, transpose a sequence as well as setup a variety of settings that define the quantizer behaviour and sync with other modules.

Major and Minor keys are both built in to let you switch scales in a very playable way, making it pretty easy to explore musical progression. There are also 24 user scales ready to be filled up with your own custom scales. A built in sketch pad records and plays back keys entered manually on the keyboard and slider in sync with external clock and reset signal, or Tiptop's SyncBus which chains the QuantiZer recording function to the Circadian Rhythms time line for precise recording and playback. Scale CV in can be set to switch between changing scales or transposing pitches using CV from sequencers. Quantization can be set for free run or Trigger mode for even more interesting ways to interact with external sequencers.

Quantizer sets a new performance standard for Eurorack that offers incredibly stable CV quantization minimizing glitches on input, utilizes high precision temperature compensated 1V/Oct CV generation on output and features stunning conversion latency of less than half a millisecond. QuantiZer can be set to process a wide variety of CV voltage input ranges, +/-5V CV from LFOs, bi-polar envelopes and such, or 0-10V / 0-5V standard CV from sequencers. Continuing the tradition of advanced Tiptop digital modules, the QuantiZer Firmware running the digital brain is upgradeable via a USB thumb drive interface at its back allowing for continuous improvement and fine tuning of function and stability over time.
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 2 in stock $249.09
Cat: 618527 Rel: 03 Aug 16
Rimshot drum module based on voice from legendary TR-909 - 4HP wide
Notes: Another voice from the legendary TR-909 in Tiptop audio's product portfolio is this Rimshot. Its two oscillators can be tuned, unlike on the original.

As every drum module from Tiptop Audio also the RS909 has a gate input which is normalized to the accent input, making possible to play the drum with full power without the need to patch a lot.. Of course the accent input's intensity can be controlled as well as the output level of the module.

The rimshot sound is generated by two oscillators which in the original TR-909 were tuned to fixed frequencies. This limitation was omitted by Tiptop Audio as they equipped the module with two frequency potentiometers for detuning the oscillators. The original settings of the 909 are marked with black dots.
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 2 in stock $78.48
Cat: 590417 Rel: 09 Nov 15
Snare drum module made from the TR808's circuit adapted for Eurorack use - 4HP wide
Notes: Introducing the SD808, part of our new series of drum modules that brings analog percussion to the modular synth world, instantly turning your system into a self-contained music machine.

The SD808 is the TR-808's analog snare drum circuit adapted for use in Eurorack modular synthesizer format and was designed to sound like a fresh-out-of-the-box, 1980s TR-808 snare. Adapting the circuit to the modular format has allowed us to add special features like independent accent levels, a high-powered gain stage, a dual-input pulse-shaper, and an adjustable noise source - all without compromising the signature sound of the TR-808 snare drum.

The SD808 sounds tight and extremely snappy because it's analog - the real thing, not samples. The sound is made with three analog sound generators mixed together: two oscillating sine waves and a noise source. The SD808's front panel controls have a lot of sweet spots with sounds that are not just limited to snare drum sounds; it can also create other electronic percussive elements.

The noise source generator in the original TR-808 machines were revised in later production batches, resulting in variations in sound across the production run. The SD808 uses this later, revised circuit to create a snare drum hit that is slightly darker, has more body, and is more realistic. Just like other drums in this series, the SD808 includes a high-powered output gain stage capable of producing signals up to 20Vpp, allowing you to get an array of harmonized snare drums sounds with even tighter attacks. On the inputs, we have designed a dual-input pulse-shaper circuit so you can trigger the SD808 with Trigger/Gate signals from step sequencers, clock dividers, or any other pulse/clock sources. This eliminates the need to shape pulses sent to the module and ensures the same stable sound at peak power, regardless of your pulse source. All these unique features make integrating this legendary sound generator into your modular synth easy, unleashing the power of real analog drums.
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 2 in stock $104.65
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