4 HP
50 mm deep
Current Draw
30 mA +12V
0 mA -12V
0 mA 5V
$88 Price in €

This Module is currently available.

Jumping ball simulator

It is with great pride that I present to you the Ladik Bouncer, an idea by Konstantine.

B-160 Bouncer module for Eurorack / Doepfer A100 system.

From the top down:
Trigger input jack + LED
Encoder w. push switch
Rate knob
Flexibility coefficient knob + CV in jack
CV out jack
Trigger out jack

This is “jumping ball simulator”. Current ball position is displayed in the most left column. At trigger the ball can be dropped from the height or fired from the ground. Jumping rate and length of jumping is set by rate knob, flex coefficient knob and ending height on the display.
Range of one initial jump is approx. 100ms to 1,8s if dropped and doubles to 200ms to 3,6s if fired from the ground. It means it simulates initial dropping from 5cm up to 15m.
With max. flex coefficient and lowest ending height set it can jump over 2 minutes alone.
Output trigger is 5V (w. adjustable width), output CV range is 0-5V and first jump after triggering goes through full range 0V>5V>0V if fired or 5V>0V if dropped.

There are 8 adjustable parameters on the display:

Dropped/fired w. disabled retrig (arrow), dropped/fired with enabled retrig during curent cycle (double arrow)
CV is based on position, velocity, inverted velocity or “one direction velocity”
output CV is continuous or CV is held at peak
CV quantization (without quantization or quantized in 16 scales, see table of scales on Q-010 page)
Initial trigger on/off (displayed as I.TRIG or TRIG)
Trigger width 1, 2, 5ms
Trig is generated at ground bouncing, on the peak or on both bounce + peak
Ending cycle height (0-9)


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