Eurorack Clock Modulator Module. CV controllable, multi-divisor, clock modulator
It is easy to be distracted by the glow of the Mode indicating Nixie tube (HV means HIGH VOLTAGE), this is a hard module to miss. But look past the 170 volts of neon beauty, and you will see a module with brains too. Front panel or CV selectable divisor mode, 9 outputs (inverted or normal outputs selectable with front panel toggle switch), division reset via push-button or trigger/gate input, and front panel and CV controls for Intensity and Interval chaos variables. Oh, and a clock signal.
The Mode control lets you select the divisor sequence from the list displayed to the left of the Nixie tube. In CHAOS mode, the divisors change at random according to the Intensity and Interval chaos variable selectors. The Intensity variable changes the range of the randomly selected divisor and the Interval variable changes how often individual divisors are recalculated. In non-CHAOS mode, the Interval variable scrolls through the divisor table to use the first 9 rows or goes up to 5 rows deeper for even larger divisors. Similarly, in non-CHAOS mode, the Intensity variable rotates the outputs up from the bottom to the top.
A few technical details: CV input allowable range is 0-10VDC. Anything over 10VDC is limited to 10VDC. The output pulses can be individually configured from 5-10VDC with twist of a trimpot. Front panel controls behave as an attenuator for CV inputs.
Add our expander module, the CHAOS DIVIDER SPUTNIK (Sputnik means “Companion” in Russian, by the way), and unleash all the features that make the CHAOS DIVIDER a clock modulator for the people, Comrade! Want to change your CHAOS DIVIDER clock divider into a frequency divider? Flip the “Division” switch, Comrade! Would you rather have twice as many clock outputs and go half as deep with the divisions? The “Split” switch was added just for you. Do you need Gate outputs instead of Trigger outputs? There is a switch for that too. There is also a front panel control and a CV input for dialing in Gate Length.
A new expander module, the CD Sacrament, has been added to this limited edition module as well. On the standard Chaos Divider, you can adjust the output voltages with trimpots, but you need to unrack your Chaos Divider to do that. With the CD Sacrament, you now have front panel access to that adjustment.
Front panel graphics were designed by the inimitable Hannes Pasqualini @ Papernoise
This Module is discontinued.$400 submitted Jul 16th 2016, 17:23 by tankprofane | last Change Jan 27th, 13:47 by tankprofane
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