Record everything. You never know when you’re going to hit that groove and when you do you’ll be glad you captured it. Eurorack signals are really hot, tame them down to line level for your mixer, amp, or recorder. Monitor your patch thought the low noise headphone amp.
A handy module for monitoring your system with headphones and connecting to line level amplifiers or recording devices. The headphone amp is low noise and capable of driving high impedance studio headphones.
Low noise headphone amp capable of driving high impedance headphones via 1/4″ stereo Neutrik jack.
L and R +4dBv unbalanced line level outputs on 1/4″ Neutrik TS jacks.
Switch for mono/stereo monitoring.
Left input normalled to Right input.
Individual level attenuators and global stereo headphone gain control.
The “WoggleBug” is a random voltage generator, originally designed by Grant Richter of Wiard Synthesizers. It is a continuation of the “smooth” and “stepped” fluctuating random voltage sources pioneered by Don Buchla within the Model 265 “Source of Uncertainty,” expanding it to include the other-worldly Woggle CVs (stepped voltages with decaying sinusoids edges). The Wogglebug is a very musical random voltage generator where it is possible to synchronize all random signal to a Master Clock. Guaranteed to unleash your synthesizer’s ID MONSTER!
The Erbe-Verb is more than a collection of reverb algorithms or presets, it is a unique, modeless, continuously variable reverb algorithm with complete voltage control. Typical reverb types such as plate, room, hall, shimmer and others may be programmed by adjusting the knobs. The continuously variable algorithm allows for hybrid and unreal spaces to be found. Traveling between spaces is possible by modulating the algorithm or manually sweeping parameters. More than an end-of-chain effects unit, it’s a whole new building block for modular synthesis. Like the Echophon, it’s coded by Tom Erbe of soundhack.