Turn one audio or CV signal into six copies, or two signals into two sets of three. This is very useful when setting up all kinds of patches where you want to send a signal source to multiple destinations simultaneously.
Top section normalled to bottom section. This means that one audio or CV signal can be duplicated six times, or two separate signals can each be multiplied three times.
Active buffered design ensures that voltage accuracy is maintained from an input to all outputs, and that they are electronically isolated from faults or shorts.
All the essentials to control and sync your Eurorack modular from your computer, iPhone/iPad, or hardware MIDI device. No menu diving or configuration scripts, just two buttons. Get crazy with external modulation and sequencers, or just sync your rack’s clock from the rest of your MIDI bus.
The CØUNT (BLEH!) is a master cløck transpørt with a rich feature set suitable før a small drum system. User has cøntrøl øver master tempø with cøarse and fine adjustments as well as bipølar CV mødulatiøn capabilities. There is a range switch which alløws the master tempø tø tøggle frøm sløw tø fast speeds. The master cløck can be initiliazed with a start/støp switch. Pulse width før all øutputs can be cøntrølled with a single knøb ør bipølar CV.
TEMPI is a 6 CHannel, polyphonic time-shifting clock module. It provides an intuitive method for creation and recall of complex clocking arrangements within a modular synthesizer system. Using HUMAN and/ or MACHINE programming you could re-create most classic Clock Divider and Multiplier arrangements and then continue on to create new ones. Store up to 64 for later recall and Select them using control signals from within your system or the Select Bus.
The Multiple is a simple but important module that allows for sending a signal to multiple destinations. Within the Make Noise system the Multiple may also be used for combining clock, gate and pulse signals together to create interesting timing sources (in other words, it acts as a Gate combiner aka logic OR circuit). It has 9 inter-connected sockets that may be split into different group combinations depending upon how it is patched. The jacks circled in white will make or break the interconnects between the 3 groups of three, thus allowing for three 3-way, one 5-way/ one 3-way or one 7-way multiple. The Multiple is passive, because the Make Noise system does not require Buffered Multiples since all critical control signals are already buffered in such a way as to provide a large fan-out capability.