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.
8 independent 16-stage CV sequencers packed with performance features and presets makes 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. The Voltage Block can be used stand-alone or pairs well with Varigate 4 and especially Varigate 8+ to share clocking and preset save/recall. All in 20hp.
8 channels + 16 stage per channel of CV modulation
Save and recall presets
Live slider/automation recording
Scale selection per output or unquantized 0-5V
Interpolation option for each step for smooth or stepped modulation
Offset and attenuation for CV input
Clock and CV operation modes
Sequence length can be set from 1 to 16 steps
Clock can be divided by up to 16
Randomize all outputs per step
Easy control over stage length
Rest/Hold gate input
Glide per stage
Forward, Reverse, Pendulum or Random directions per channel
Mutes per channel
Mutes per sequence stage
Tie presets together for “Song Mode”
Can be linked to the Varigate 8+ to share clocking and preset save/recall (up to 100 presets)
Arp is a gate-driven arpeggiator with a multitude of chord types and playback modes. Voltage control over both root note and chord type allow for sequencing any combination of chords in any key imaginable.
With the rate of the arpeggio and reset capability in your own hands, you’re free to create dynamic rhythmic melodies from your favorite chords. Take your tonality for a ride with Arp.
Only available in silver. Please send us a message if you’d like to have the module with black faceplate.
Mixup is a versatile, expandable audio mixer for eurorack format. It has eight inputs (6 on the front panel) and two outputs. Inputs 1 and 2 are single-channel mono inputs, each with its own mute switch and level control; Input 3 is a dual-channel stereo input with a shared mute and level control; and input 4 is an auxiliary unity-gain, non-mutable stereo input.
Using bus connectors on the back panel, you can chain multiple Mixups together in series, giving you the ability to mix together even more inputs, or to create sub-mixes for routing around larger systems.
Because Mixup is designed specifically for audio (and not for CV mixing), it uses AC-coupled circuitry (which reduces the potential for ‘pops’ when muting and unmuting audio), and it uses audio-grade, logarithmic attenuators for a smooth, even response across the entire volume range.
The core of the VCO is borrowed from famous Russian synth Polivoks VCO and in exponential converter we use the original matched transistor IC that was used in Polivoks. But there are significant updated schematics to have the most out of your modular setup.