Your modular system is capable of generating complex, fluid and interesting voltages. Use the µScale to transform these voltages into musical pitches to control your oscillators and other sound sources. Modulate the results to introduce musical changes and patterns. Experience the magic of turning chaos into harmonious tones.
This is a highly versatile and musical device for creating interesting, beautiful and harmonious riffs from just about any CV source.
Can store 12 scales in 12 banks for a total of 144 different user scales.
12 buttons with matching dual color leds for selecting scale notes in real time (and visual feedback of quantizing).
16bit super low INL error TI DAC which translates to +/-0.0005V accuracy for pitch CV.
Processes 0-10v (as 1v/oct) in the IN input.
Accepts 0-10v or ±5v on the SHIFT input (jumper selectable) for a shift range of ±12semitones or ±12 scale degrees.
Two 0-10v outputs (A and B) with 1v/oct scaling.
Output B is a user selectable interval based on the root note on output A. this interval can be chromatic (fixed semitones) or diatonic (interval is within the current scale and the value is based on scale degrees). this interval can be a bipolar value of ±12.
SHIFT has user selectable destinations and modes of where shifting occurs: before scaling, in scale (diatonic) or post scale (key shifting).
Special ‘scale shift” mode allows the SHIFT input to select scales from the current bank (so 12 scales can be selected by CV).
Voltage Block is an 8 independent 16-stage CV sequencer packed with performance features and presets making the Voltage Block the ultimate CV tool. Create quantized or unquantized sequences for each output, record your modulation changes, tie sequences together, mute on the fly, randomize your outputs and so much more.
The René music synthesizer module is the world’s only Cartesian Sequencer for music synthesizers. Named for the French philosopher & mathematician René Descartes, it uses his Cartesian coordinate system to unlock the analog step sequencer from the shackles of linearity.
Usage of boolean operations between trigger inputs.
Provides quantized voltages and also unquantized voltages at the same time.
Named for the French philosopher & mathematician René Descartes, it uses his Cartesian coordinate system to unlock the analog step sequencer from the shackles of linearity.
-Maximum amount of artist controlled musical variation, derived from minimum amount of data input
-ALL programming done real-time, programming of René is a key performance element
-Up to 4 clock inputs and 2 CV inputs may be used simultaneously to achieve complex, musical patterns
-1 Quantized Voltage Out (forced to programmed musical scales) useful for controlling pitch on DPO
-1 non-quantized voltage out, useful for controlling timbre or pitch throughout the system
-2 gate/ pulse streams, useful for generating Timing Events within a patch or to Trigger an Function Generator such as MATHS