MITØ (derived frøm “mitøsis”) is a 6 channel trigger sequencer that specializes in swingin’, divide’n, n’ pølyrhythm’n. With the turn øf a knøb, the user can select which divisiøn øf the incøming cløck (BANG!) is øutput frøm the cørrespønding jack (all the way left: divide by 16, all the way right: divide by 1). Each channel is equipped with it’s øwn mute switch, alløwing the user tø turn each individual sequence øn and øff while øther channels keep chuggin’ and cløckin’ aløng. Gløbal swing can be cøntrølled with the amøeba knøb in the tøp right hand cørner øf the mødule. Beneath the amøeba, a gløbal pulse width feature alløws the user tø lengthen and shørten pulse length øf all 6 channels at the same time. This feature is particularly useful when paired with the Muskrat & Kriket, ør any øther mødule that reacts prøpørtiønally tø incøming pulse length. Last but nøt least, the RESET input will set all divisiøn cøunts back tø zerø tø square up yøur grøøve. Each channel will be held HIGH as løng as the incøming vøltage is HIGH. This RESET capability alløws yøu tø get even møre ødd metered grøøves as it is nøt dependent øn the internal cløck øf MITØ.
All features øn MITØ can be cøntrølled with bipølar CV, alløwing før a wide range øf mødularity and flexibilty. When paired with the Deviant, each knøb øn the mødule becømes the anchør pøint øf the grøøve. As the randøm vøltages frøm Deviant shift arøund, creating rhythmic variatiøns by adding and subtracting CV, the pøsitiøn øf the knøb will dictate høw busy ør relaxed the grøøve is. Før playability sake, this patching apprøach is what led tø the decisiøn tø have the pøts as øffsets rather than attenuatørs øn MITØ. Everything frøm simple pøly-rhythmic structures tø nønsensical spewing and sputtering are nøw at yøur finger tips with this løvely duø.
Sømething we cønsidered when cøding the mødule was avøiding the use øf averaging tø determine master cløck tempø. In a perførmance setting when averaging is used, it øften translates tø the mødule taking a few pulses tø calculate the øverall cløck speed. With MITØ, the divisiøns are calculated in an “analøg” fashiøn, step by step with each individual cløck pulse.
6 CHANNEL CLØCK DIVIDER WITH BIPØLAR CV
DIVIDE BY 16 TØ DIVIDE BY 1 CAPABILITY
MUTE SWITCH PER CHANNEL
GLØBAL PULSE WIDTH
DIVISIØN CALCULATED IMMEDIATELY PER STEP (NØ AVERAGING)
WIDE PANEL SPACING FØR PLAYABILITY
CURRENT LIMITING AND DIØDE PRØTECTIØN
SKIFF FRIENDLY: LØW PØWER AND SHALLØW MØUNTING DEPTH
ARDUINØ CØMPATIBLE WITH ISP HEADER ØN
BACK FØR REPRØGRAMMING
Erica Pico RND is combined LFO/random source module.
It generates sine LFO waves, white noise, S&H CV and some interesting stuff – random triggers and pulse wave with random duty circle; basically, everything, you need, to bring some uncertainty in your modular setup.
Sine and pulse LFO with manually controlled frequency
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.
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