Turing Machine Mkii & Turing Machine Expander VOLTAGES & Mkii PULSES & VOLTS
Turing Machine Mkii
The Turing Machine has been updated to a new version which is easier to build and more powerful than the original design.
Turing Machine Expander VOLTAGES
Voltages: an eight stage random looping step sequencer with illuminated faders, controlled by the main module. Unusually, any number of stages can be active at once, creating unpredictable results. It has two outputs, one normal – with a scale control that works in the same was as the similar control on the main module – and one inverted. The inverted output has a ‘shift’ control which raises (offsets) the voltage by up to 9 volts. This means you can drive positive-only modules (i.e. quantizers) with the inverted output.
Turing Machine Expander PULSES
Pulses: a random, looping clock divider, with seven pulse outputs, controlled by the main module. The clock length follows the clock input, so can be controlled if you have a square wave LFO with pulse width modulation.
Module is available as a DIY project only.
No info about availability.$271 Price in € submitted Sep 3rd 2016, 07:51 by kashi303 | last Change Sep 10th 2016, 06:46 by kashi303
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