TM is a probabilistic random sequence generator based on the research of Alan Turing. His Turing machine was a mathematical model of computation that could, in theory, create any output based on a set of instructions and input variables. In a similar way, the TM chooses random values for steps in a sequence based on the user’s probability settings.
Only available in black. Please send us a message if you’d like to have the module with silver faceplate.
By manipulating probability and sequence length, the module can generate an infinite number of sequences. Whether you’re looking for a controlled random source, or an evolving melody generator, TM has you covered.
Probability control from full random, to locked sequence
Sequence length from 1-32 steps
Amplitude control for limiting the range of new random values
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 Varigate 4+ is a 4-channel, 8-step sequencer that includes the features of the original Varigate 4, PLUS the new option to output both CV (quantized or unquantized) and gates simultaneously. Other new features include a Play/Stop function, Preset Banks (4×4), Glide Per Step, Scales and can also be configured as master for the Malekko Voltage Block as well as a slave to the Varigate 8+ if you’re looking to expand your total channels and presets (up to 14 channels and 100 presets with V8+).
Great space effective unity mixer for audio and cv. Trimpot on the back for gain staging.
Module A-138u is a simple, low-cost mixer with two units. Each unit is equipped with three inputs and one output. The upper unit has for each input a trimming potentiometer available that allows to adjust the amplification in the range 0…+1 for each input (factory setting is 1 for all inputs). The inputs of the lower unit all have the same amplification +1.
The output of the upper unit is normalled to the first input of the lower unit. That way the module can be used also as a mixer with five inputs: for this the inputs 1, 2 and 3 of the upper unit ad the inputs 2 and 3 of the lower unit are used. The sum output for all five signals is then the output of the lower unit. As soon as a plug is inserted into input 1 of the lower unit the module becomes a dual 3-in-1 mixer again.
Inputs and Outputs are DC-coupled, i.e. audio and control signals can be mixed.
Mixer for audio signals, e.g. three VCOs preceding a VCF, when the amplifications are adjusted slightly different no signal extinction occurs during the beat of the VCOs
Mixer for control voltages (e.g. LFOs, envelope generators, random voltages)