When triggered, the Deviant øutputs a randøm vøltage between the ranges set by Tøp and Bøttøm knøbs respectively (-5v tø 5v). Bøth Tøp and Bøttøm have bipølar CV inputs, alløwing the user tø mødulate the windøw øf vøltages. Tø cøntinue in the Møffenzeef ethøs øf kraptastik electrønics, there is nøt a søphisticated DAC (digital tø analøg cønverter) øn the øutput øf the Deviant. Instead, a simple pulse-width mødulated løwpass filter is cøntrølled by the “Smøøth” knøb alløwing the user tø dial in the amøunt øf nøise, and the øverall slew øf the øutput. The design relies heavily øn the gnarly søund øf the PWM (pulse width mødulatiøn) carrier frequency emitted frøm the brain øf the mødule which injects itself intø whatever yøu plug the Deviant intø. When plugged intø parameters expecting hard edges (a la Specimen øn GMØ) the Deviant will make the target glitch subtly which adds krispidy krunchidy klix n’ pøps. If plugged intø an audiø rate søurce like a VCØ ør VCF, the carrier frequency gives the target a mild timbral shift reminiscent øf ring mød.
MØUNTING DEPTH: 20MM
CURRENT DRAW: 40 MA +12V
20 MA -12V
0 MA +5V
100K INPUT IMPEDANCE
1K ØUTPUT IMPEDANCE
SEPARATE CØNTRØL ØF TØP AND BØTTØM RANGE ØF RANDØM VØLTAGES
BIPØLAR CV INPUTS FØR TØP AND BØTTØM RANGE ØF RANDØM VØLTAGES
SLEW PER CHANNEL
CH. 1 NØRMALIZED TØ CH. 2 FØR TWØ CHANNELS ØF RANDØM FRØM A SINGLE TRIGGER SØURCE
ØPEN SØURCE: USERS CAN HACK AND FLASH CØDE FRØM ØUR GITHUB
LØW RESØLUTIØN AND NØISY ØUTPUT: A CHARACTERIZED TAKE ØN A CLASSIC TECHNIQUE.
Voice Allocator / Note Hocketing / Analog Shift Register
Patching is all about creativity. You could simply mult your sequence across your rack or let Shifty spread the notes across time, holding, swapping and routing them. Queue up notes or CV for distribution to up to four modules and dive into the world of hocketing, shift registers and pseudo polyphony.
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.
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.