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quad quantizing CV processor/generator

quad quantizing CV processor/generator

polymorphic, quantizing 4x CV processor/generator, built around DAC8565 and teensy 3.x (cortex M4)

specs:

4x CV outputs (16 bit), 'in-the-loop' compensated, for proper DC accuracy. output range: -3v / +6v
4x CV inputs (-3.5v / +6.5v, 12bit, 100k input impedance).
4x digital inputs (100k input impedance, threshold ~ 2.5V)
trigger-to-quantized-output latency < 100us
128x64 1.3" OLED display
reprogrammable / open-source
85mA (@120MHz)
firmware ('apps"):

CopierMaschine: quantising, four stage analogue shift register (ASR), with user-editable scales.
Harrington 1200: basic neo-Riemannian Ton-Netz transformations
Automatonnetz: combines Ton-Netz transforms with a "vector" sequencer
Quantermain: quad quantiser with user-editable scales + built-in "Turing Machines"
Quadraturia: wavetable quadrature LFO
Low-rents: dual Lorenz and Rössler generators (strange attractors)
Piqued: quad voltage-controlled envelope generators
Dialectic Ping Pong: quad bouncing balls
Viznutcracker, sweet!: quad "byte beat" equation generator
References: a simple utility app that outputs specific reference voltages
easy-to-use 10-point calibration menu (10 points per channel).
https://github.com/mxmxmx/O_C

85 mA +12V
? mA -12V
? mA 5V
25 mm Depth
Ø 4.33 (3 Votes) Average Rating
Module is available as a DIY project only.

No info about availability.

  • 85 mA +12V
  • 0 mA -12V
  • 0 mA 5V
  • 20 mm deep
  • Ø 4.75 (8 Votes) Average Rating

Module is available as a DIY project only.

No info about availability.

$275 Price in € submitted Oct 7th 2016, 22:12 by franman69 | last Change Apr 2nd 2017, 18:51 by franman69