Analog Noise and Random source
This new version of the Quantum Rainbow features a smaller 4hp width and two new noise outputs.
All the original colors: White, Pink, Red, Blue and Purple plus the new GREY noise and QUANTA outputs.
The Grey noise spectrum exhibits a notch type frequency response in order to bring up the amplitude of bass and hi end frequencies. Grey noise sounds like a flat amplitude across the spectrum due to the logarithmic fashion in which we hear volume and frequency changes.
Quanta is a granular noise made up of equal amplitude fast triggers (quantum). Together, these random triggers (quanta) create the granular textural noise. The density of this output is adjustable via a trim pot on the back of the module.
When the original QR was first available, stackcables were not as abundant as they are today - hence the dual outputs are removed on the QR2 to save space.
This Module is currently available.$149 submitted May 2nd 2014, 21:56 by SteadyStateFate | last Change Jul 31st, 08:51 by analogdarkside
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