CV Trinity
CV Trinity

 

  • Type/ Generator
  • Width/ 14HP
  • Power/ +5mA/-5mA
  • Depth/ 35mm

 
CV Trinity has 6 independent channels with CV outputs, each of which can be set to AUTOMATION, LFO or ADSR. Each channel also has a CV INPUT. The selected output [select OUT] outputs a copy of the channel that is selected for editing and lights the indication LED. Use SELECT buttons for selecting the channel and knobs for adjusting its parameters. Pressing the mode button changes between the modes. Clock OUT can be adjusted by holding select button and turning the top knob. Clk OUT is normalized to Clock IN

Automation is 32 step voltage memory with adjustable amount of linear interpolation. Hold the record button and turn RECORD knob to adjust the automation curve. Clock input advances to next automation step. Automations can be variable number of steps and can be clocked either by master clock input or by individial CV inputs.

LFO has RATE that goes up to audiorate, XOR waveshaping and SHAPE selection with ramp, triangle, inverted ramp, flopping ramp, flopping triangle and stepped random voltage source with smoothing. The random signal can be looped. LFO can by synchronized to clock input (different divisions/multiplications are than set with the RATE knob). CV input controls the RATE of the LFO.

ADSR uses the CV input as GATE input for triggering the envelope. It can be linear or exponential, it can be looped and it can either work in ADSR mode or AHR mode. DECAY is set to the same value as RELEASE.

 
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Grandpa
Grandpa

 

  • Type/ Voice
  • Width/ 5HP
  • Power/ +30mA/-0mA
  • Depth/ 35mm

 
People have asked us to bring microGranny into the modular and we decided to rethink the whole granular sampler idea to fit it best into a small size eurorack module. Grandpa is the result! It has 2 trigger inputs to trigger 2 different samples, CV input assignable to any sound parameter, and signal OUTPUT. The CV input can be also used to trigger grain shift. Grandpa reads microSD card accessible from the front panel and runs on the same sound core as microGranny 2. For each sample you can adjust: sample rate, crush, grain size, shift speed, attack, release (full release is hold), start and end position.

  • granular sampler with microgranny 2.0 soundcore
  • plays wav files from the microSD card, 22050 Hz, 16 bit, mono
  • trigger inputs for playing 2 different samples with different settings
  • each trigger input has a button to do the trigger manually
  • crush distortion
  • adjustable grain size and grain shift (positive or negative)
  • digital attack decay envelope
  • start and end point
  • each sample has adjustable destination of CV input – it can go to any of the parameters
  • grain sync – CV input can act as trigger input for triggering the grain shift
  • can recognize 35 different samples on the microSD card (they need to be specific name)
  • 35 presets (all settings of the 2 samples is one preset)
  • CV input reacts in 0-10V range

 
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SPA Grandpa Expander
SPA Grandpa Expander

 

  • Type/ Expander
  • Width/ 5HP
  • Power/ +?mA/-?mA
  • Depth/ 50mm

 

Spa is an expander for the granular sampler module grandPa. It adds CV inputs for nearly all parameters and a clock input to trigger the grain shift. It doesn’t work without the grandPa Eurorack module.

The voltage on the CV inputs is relatively added to the grandPa settings on both channels A and B. All CV inputs react only to positive voltages. The update rate of these CV inputs is 20 Hz. Communication between SPA and Grandpa can introduce audible artifacts to some samples while tweaking the SPA knobs.

Four CV inputs have attenuator knobs. These CV inputs are normalised to 5V so the knobs act as a signal source when nothing is connected to the CV input.

Features
  • independent CV inputs for most parameters of the grandPa module
  • CV inputs with attenuators are normalised to 5V so the attenuators work as direct controls of the parameters for both channels A and B of the grandPa
  • CV inputs react only to positive voltages from 0-12V
  • Grain Size and Shift Speed CV inputs with attenuators
  • switch to select whether the other two CV inputs with attenuators control Start / End  or Attack / Release parameters
  • Crush cv input
  • Grain Sync input to trigger grain shift

 
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CV Trinity Expander
CV Trinity Expander

 

  • Type/ Expander
  • Width/ 2HP
  • Power/ +30mA/-0mA
  • Depth/ 35mm

 

The CV Trinity Expander adds 6 trigger inputs – one for each channel. For LFO and AUTOMATION these work as individual reset inputs and for ADSR they act as re-trigger. It doesn’t work without the CV Trinity Eurorack module.

Features

  • 6 trigger input expander for the CV Trinity Eurorack module
  • channel independent reset inputs for LFO and Automation mode
  • channel independent re-trigger inputs for ADSR mode

 
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Dude
Dude

 
Dude is a portable battery operated 5 channel audio mixer with mini jack inputs and output. Each channel has a dedicated mute button and up to +20dB gain to boost weak signals and saturate line level signals. It is a monophonic mixer but can drive your headphones and therefore its perfect for small portable rigs or submixes on stage. It runs on four AA batteries (or external power supply) and it is almost as small as its battery pack. Because each channel has enough gain it can be turned into a tone generator by feeding the output back to an input thru a passive eq and other simple circuits.
 
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Microgranny 2.5 Eclipsis
Microgranny 2.5 Eclipsis

 
microGranny is a monophonic granular sampler. It reads wav samples from microSD card and applies granular algorithms to them. You can also adjust start, end, sample rate (tuned or free run), crush and envelope (attack release). MIDI Input allows external control of all parameters as well as transposition of the samples, or playing individual grains by different keys.
 

Features
  • monophonic mono sampler
  • microSD card (storing + recording samples, storing presets)
  • 6 sounds with full adjustments storable in a preset at once
  • 60 presets in 10 banks (6 preset per bank), stored as .txt files on microSD card
  • wav sample playback from microSD card (mono, 22050 Hz, 8 or 16 bit, two letter file name)
  • 8-bit 22050Hz wav recording via line input or onboard microphone
  • hold button
  • sample rate (tuned or free run)
  • crush
  • start, end position with repeat, instant loop
  • granular settings: grain size and shift speed (positive or negative)
  • amplitude envelope attack and release
  • MIDI Input – responds to note, cc and clock (synchronize loop and grains)
  • MIDI side chain envelope restart
  • copy, paste
  • input & output volume knob
  • power switch – plug / battery
  • hackable – arduino based

 
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Kastle
Kastle
Kastle

Kastle is a mini modular synthesizer with headphone output, 2 in/out ports for interfacing other gear and it runs on just 3 AA batteries. It is DIY friendly and ideal for beginners in modular synthesis, but it will add quite some unique functionality to any modular synthesizer systems. It delivers the fun of modular synthesis at cost and fits into your pocket so you can play it everywhere!

It has unique digital lo-fi sound and it can be melodic as well as very noisy and drony, soft or harsh. It is designed to be fun on its own but it is most powerful when combined with other modular gear.

Kastle is an open source DIY project which runs on two Attiny 85 chips that can be reprogrammed with an Arduino (google: “programming Attiny 85 with Arduino”). One chip is dedicated to sound generation while the other handles modulation. Several firmwares for the Attiny chips are available.

The Synth version combines complex oscillator and LFO with stepped waveform generator.

The oscillator section has 3 sound parameters pitch, timbre and waveshape – all under voltage control and with 3 different synthesis modes. It has a main output and a square wave output. Both can be used independently or combined. The 3 synthesis modes are phase distortion, phase modulation (also known as FM) and track & hold modulation. Each mode utilizes two oscillators. The Pitch controls the main oscillator, the Timbre sets the pitch of the modulating oscillator and the waveshape depends on the synthesis mode. The waveshape also controls the pulse width of the square wave output from the main oscillator.
The voltage controllable LFO has a triangle and square output and a reset input. The stepped waveform generator is inspired by the Rungler circuit by Rob Hordijk. It can produce 8 different voltages either in random order or in 8 or 16 step looping patterns depending on how the BIT IN is patched.

Features
  • complex oscillator
  • 3 synthesis modes: phase distortion, phase modulation and track & hold modulation
  • pitch control with offset and CV input with attenuator
  • timbre control with offset and CV input with attenuator
  • waveshape control with offset and CV input
  • voltage controllable LFO with triangle and square outputs and reset input
  • stepped voltage generator with random, 8 step and loop 16 step mode
  • 2 I/O CV ports are available and can be routed to any patch point
  • the main output can drive headphones
  • 3x AA battery operation with power switch
  • open source
  • possibility of exchanging different LFO and OSC chips
  • the pattern on the sides changes and every unit is an original

 
Download the Kastle manual HERE

 
 
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Klik
Klik
Klik

 
Klik is a synchronisation device that enables you to make analog, rock solid sync signals  from your computer and your HW synths. The KLIK revives the old-school sync technique of using an audio track for synchronisation purposes. Record your synths exactly on the grid into your DAW while compensating for the latency of your sound card. Jam really tight between your computer and your HW and add groove to your clock.

The KLIK converts audio line level (or headphone) output signals from any sound card and makes perfect synchronisation pulses in the modular level.

KLIK converts two signals (left and right input) – typically clock and reset signal. The reset signal also has a button which you can use to re-sync your HW or use for sending manual gate signals. You can send rhythmical triggers thru the KLIK as well.

With KLIK you can use any channel of your soundcard or repurpose the unused headphone jack on your macbook by creating aggregate device. Or use an old mp3 player as a stable clock source with presets!

And as a bonus if you run any audio signal thru the KLIK to apply a harsh bitcrushing effect!

Please note it is designed to only transmit clock / trigger / gate information. Its output is either low or high 0 or 5V. It doesn’t output continuous CV signals.
 


 
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Kong (wooden panel)
Kong (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Drums
  • Width/ 5HP
  • Power/ +50mA/-60mA
  • Depth/ 55mm

 
The expressiveness of a drumming performance and the freedom of a eurorack modular synthesizer finally have a dedicated interface! Kong is a dual drumpad interface that amplifies the drumpad signal and converts it to trigger and velocity CV signals. The Gain knob helps to amplify signal from any drumpad and serves as a sensitivity setting for the velocity, too. Each time the Kong detects a hit on the drumpad it outputs a trigger pulse and generates static CV on the velocity output corresponding to the intensity of the hit. The whole architecture is fully analog and the Velocity CV signal is generated by a sample and hold circuit with extremely low drift which makes it perfect for controlling crazy patches by hitting a bunch of drumpads. The Audio outputs provide amplified signals after the gain stage which enables Kong to be used as a dual modular pre-amp specifically meant for piezo pickups, but flexible enough to work with tons of other gear.
 
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CV Trinity (wooden panel)
CV Trinity (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Generator
  • Width/ 14HP
  • Power/ +5mA/-5mA
  • Depth/ 35mm

 
CV Trinity has 6 independent channels with CV outputs, each of which can be set to AUTOMATION, LFO or ADSR. Each channel also has a CV INPUT. The selected output [select OUT] outputs a copy of the channel that is selected for editing and lights the indication LED. Use SELECT buttons for selecting the channel and knobs for adjusting its parameters. Pressing the mode button changes between the modes. Clock OUT can be adjusted by holding select button and turning the top knob. Clk OUT is normalized to Clock IN

Automation is 32 step voltage memory with adjustable amount of linear interpolation. Hold the record button and turn RECORD knob to adjust the automation curve. Clock input advances to next automation step. Automations can be variable number of steps and can be clocked either by master clock input or by individial CV inputs.

LFO has RATE that goes up to audiorate, XOR waveshaping and SHAPE selection with ramp, triangle, inverted ramp, flopping ramp, flopping triangle and stepped random voltage source with smoothing. The random signal can be looped. LFO can by synchronized to clock input (different divisions/multiplications are than set with the RATE knob). CV input controls the RATE of the LFO.

ADSR uses the CV input as GATE input for triggering the envelope. It can be linear or exponential, it can be looped and it can either work in ADSR mode or AHR mode. DECAY is set to the same value as RELEASE.

 
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CV Trinity Expander (wooden panel)
CV Trinity Expander (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Expander
  • Width/ 2HP
  • Power/ +30mA/-0mA
  • Depth/ 35mm

 

The CV Trinity Expander adds 6 trigger inputs – one for each channel. For LFO and AUTOMATION these work as individual reset inputs and for ADSR they act as re-trigger. It doesn’t work without the CV Trinity Eurorack module.

Features

  • 6 trigger input expander for the CV Trinity Eurorack module
  • channel independent reset inputs for LFO and Automation mode
  • channel independent re-trigger inputs for ADSR mode

 
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Little Nerd
Little Nerd

 

  • Type/ Clock
  • Width/ 6HP
  • Power/ +35mA 5V
  • Depth/ 50mm

 
littleNerd is trigger and clock manipulation module which tries to be able to do everything you have ever imagined and wished to do with trigger or clock signals in your modular in only 6 HP. It has 2 inputs (1,2) and 5 programmable outputs (A,B,C,D,E). Signal from input 1 can be processed into outputs on channels A,B and C . Signal input 2 can be processed into outputs D and E. Signal input 2 has probability mix knob which sets whether the signal to process by output D and E is taken from input 1 or input 2 (fully counter clockwise means it always processes signal from input 2).

Every channel has a dedicated knob and the functionality of the knob is dependant on the output mode of the individual channel. Output mode can be set pressing the MODE button after selecting the channel by turning one of the A,B,C,D,E knobs (now the RGB shows color of the specific mode). The color of the RGB led indicates which mode is selected for the specific channel.

In most of the modes you have 2 PARAMETERS you can set. The PARAMETER 2 is set only while holding down the SHIFT button. The PARAMETER 1 is set while no buttons are pressed. The modes are: DELAYED DIVIDER, TRIGGER 2 GATE / FLOP DIVIDER, MULTIPLIER, TRIGGER REPEATER, EUCLIDIAN SEQUENCER, CLOCK OSCILLATOR and PROBABILITY / GROOVE.
 
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Little Nerd (wooden panel)
Little Nerd (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Clock
  • Width/ 6HP
  • Power/ +35mA 5V
  • Depth/ 50mm

 
littleNerd is trigger and clock manipulation module which tries to be able to do everything you have ever imagined and wished to do with trigger or clock signals in your modular in only 6 HP. It has 2 inputs (1,2) and 5 programmable outputs (A,B,C,D,E). Signal from input 1 can be processed into outputs on channels A,B and C . Signal input 2 can be processed into outputs D and E. Signal input 2 has probability mix knob which sets whether the signal to process by output D and E is taken from input 1 or input 2 (fully counter clockwise means it always processes signal from input 2).

Every channel has a dedicated knob and the functionality of the knob is dependant on the output mode of the individual channel. Output mode can be set pressing the MODE button after selecting the channel by turning one of the A,B,C,D,E knobs (now the RGB shows color of the specific mode). The color of the RGB led indicates which mode is selected for the specific channel.

In most of the modes you have 2 PARAMETERS you can set. The PARAMETER 2 is set only while holding down the SHIFT button. The PARAMETER 1 is set while no buttons are pressed. The modes are: DELAYED DIVIDER, TRIGGER 2 GATE / FLOP DIVIDER, MULTIPLIER, TRIGGER REPEATER, EUCLIDIAN SEQUENCER, CLOCK OSCILLATOR and PROBABILITY / GROOVE.
 
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Grandpa (wooden panel)
Grandpa (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Voice
  • Width/ 5HP
  • Power/ +30mA/-0mA
  • Depth/ 35mm

 
People have asked us to bring microGranny into the modular and we decided to rethink the whole granular sampler idea to fit it best into a small size eurorack module. Grandpa is the result! It has 2 trigger inputs to trigger 2 different samples, CV input assignable to any sound parameter, and signal OUTPUT. The CV input can be also used to trigger grain shift. Grandpa reads microSD card accessible from the front panel and runs on the same sound core as microGranny 2. For each sample you can adjust: sample rate, crush, grain size, shift speed, attack, release (full release is hold), start and end position.

  • granular sampler with microgranny 2.0 soundcore
  • plays wav files from the microSD card, 22050 Hz, 16 bit, mono
  • trigger inputs for playing 2 different samples with different settings
  • each trigger input has a button to do the trigger manually
  • crush distortion
  • adjustable grain size and grain shift (positive or negative)
  • digital attack decay envelope
  • start and end point
  • each sample has adjustable destination of CV input – it can go to any of the parameters
  • grain sync – CV input can act as trigger input for triggering the grain shift
  • can recognize 35 different samples on the microSD card (they need to be specific name)
  • 35 presets (all settings of the 2 samples is one preset)
  • CV input reacts in 0-10V range

 
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Solenoid Expander (wooden panel)
Solenoid Expander (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Expander
  • Width/ 2HP
  • Power/ Solenoid
  • Depth/ -mm

 

The Solenoid velocity expander adds 4 CV inputs that react to a range of 0-5V and independently control the output pulse width on individual solenoid channels. The final output pulse width for each channel is the CV on the individual input, plus the offset set by the respective knob on the Solenoid module. It doesn’t work without the Solenoid Eurorack module.

Features

  • 4 channel independent CV inputs for controlling the output pulse width
  • CV inputs react only in the positive range 0-5V

 
Download the Solenoid Expander manual HERE
 
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SPA Grandpa Expander (wooden panel)
SPA Grandpa Expander (wooden panel)

 

  • Type/ Expander
  • Width/ 5HP
  • Power/ +?mA/-?mA
  • Depth/ 50mm

 

Spa is an expander for the granular sampler module grandPa. It adds CV inputs for nearly all parameters and a clock input to trigger the grain shift. It doesn’t work without the grandPa Eurorack module.

The voltage on the CV inputs is relatively added to the grandPa settings on both channels A and B. All CV inputs react only to positive voltages. The update rate of these CV inputs is 20 Hz. Communication between SPA and Grandpa can introduce audible artifacts to some samples while tweaking the SPA knobs.

Four CV inputs have attenuator knobs. These CV inputs are normalised to 5V so the knobs act as a signal source when nothing is connected to the CV input.

Features
  • independent CV inputs for most parameters of the grandPa module
  • CV inputs with attenuators are normalised to 5V so the attenuators work as direct controls of the parameters for both channels A and B of the grandPa
  • CV inputs react only to positive voltages from 0-12V
  • Grain Size and Shift Speed CV inputs with attenuators
  • switch to select whether the other two CV inputs with attenuators control Start / End  or Attack / Release parameters
  • Crush cv input
  • Grain Sync input to trigger grain shift

 
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