- Type/ Effect
Cartridge for the Z-DSP containing eight chorus effect which beautifully thicken and animate the sound, from slow and genlte modulations to fast wobbles. They are superb for converting mono to stereo or a stere widening. Due to the different feedback possibilities of the Z-DSP impressive drones can be created which are stereo and have a specific chorus touch.
The eight algorithms are inspired by various classic, analog chorus effects.
1/Dual Chorus 2/Dimension
4/6 Voice Chorus
6/Diffuse Chorus 7/Random Chorus 4 Voice 8/Tri Stereo Chorus
Graine de Folie
- Type/ Effect
“Grain de Folie” is a card for the TipTop Audio Z-DSP working with a simple granular synthesis, customized for the Z-DSP. Eight great granular effects with ranom grain position are available which differ in density, stereo width and grain size and some feature pitch modulation.
/Four spread grains #1
/Four spread grains #2
/Pitch modulated grains #1
/Pitch modulated grains #2
/Three pitches grains.
/Six grains in Stereo.
/Three flying grains. Control of size and panning. rate. Panning creates a stereo spread.
/Three modulated grains. Output in stereo.
- Type/ Sequencer
- Width/ 36HP
- Power/ +160/-0mA
- Depth/ 30mm
Super interesting trigger sequncer techno monster. Sort of the control room for all your drums and all trigger issues with a vast number of loopable patterns with different lengths, loopable pattern groups, mute functions, individual shuffle per track (!) … Sequence length up to 512 steps, 24ppq resolution in Zoom view for detailed editing, trigger delay per step, 8th or 16th note swing, gate length up to 64 steps and so much more.
The idea of having several views is brilliant. The vertical view is pretty much the main view and is used to select columns (group, preset, steps, channel, mute etc) and for quick eighth-note programming.
The other views display the sequence horizontally and are used for more detailed programming:
The 8×8 view displays all 8th notes for each of the eight channels (= tracks) and allows for simultaneous programming of eight channels. 4×16 shows four sequeces at a time, each with a resolution of 16th notes. In the same manner 2×32 shows two chennels in a 32th note resoultion and 1×64 shows all 64 steps of one channel. With the up/down buttons you can proceed to the other channels in order to edit them.
The unit's possibilities are very vast and too many to describe them here, hece we refer to the 64-page strong user manual. Let is be said that you can mute channels, to copy, paste and clear channels and sequences.
An important possibility is to create groups which can be 64 steps long (1 group has 8 presets, each consisting of eight channels, each of the channels can have eight steps). Presets and groups can be looped in trder to create more complex patterns.
The Circadian Rhythm understands TipTop's own SyncBus which carries clock, reset and preset data and is used for synchronize multiple TipTop Syncbus compatible devices like the Trigger Riot. Connect it with the optionally available SyncBus-Cable.
- Type/ Mixer
- Width/ 10HP
- Power/ +14mA/-14mA
- Depth/ 36mm
MIXZ is a low cost analog multi-channel mixing module for mixing audio, CV and gate signals with an excellent linear response and low noise. balancing a clear visual layout and multiple mixers in a small footprint makes the MIXZ easy to use in a variety of configurations within the modular synth. Its high quality analog mixing circuitry makes for a great sounding mixer with plenty of headroom, providing a smooth organic merge of dynamics, and excellent separation of mixing sections and channels. MIXZ has three sections:
Mixer A – a low noise 4 channel mixer with independent gain control per channel
Mixer B – a low noise 4 channel mixer with master gain control
Bus mix – a multi channel mixer that mixes signals from modules utilizing the tiptop bus mix
Mixer A and B can be configured as either two independent 4 channel mixers or as a single 8 channel mixer. If the output of mixer a is not in use, then mixer A will be routed internally to mixer B forming the 8 channel mixer.
TipTop bus mix is a new method we have developed to mix audio signals through the eurorack power bus board without patch cables, a little bit of magic ahh? Although this technique doesn't stand for a low noise mix, we found it to be useful for some applications including the mixing of our drum modules, which all have a bus-mix enabled output. the result is that all your drum modules are always available and mixed on the master out of the MIXZ with a flip of a switch, saving you the time and cables to repatch sounds again and again, while keeping the channels of MIXZ’s mixer A or B free to bring other signals into the mix. combining the bus mix with mixer a and b, the MIXZ can sum dozens of channels in only 10HP.
Download the MIXZ manual HERE
This product is being manufactured or shortly avalilable in overseas.
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- Type/ Drums
- Width/ 4HP
- Power/ +18mA/-16mA
- Depth/ 33mm
Introducing the SD808, part of our new series of drum modules that brings analog percussion to the modular synth world, instantly turning your system into a self-contained music machine.
The SD808 is the TR-808’s analog snare drum circuit adapted for use in Eurorack modular synthesizer format and was designed to sound like a fresh-out-of-the-box, 1980s TR-808 snare. Adapting the circuit to the modular format has allowed us to add special features like independent accent levels, a high-powered gain stage, a dual-input pulse-shaper, and an adjustable noise source – all without compromising the signature sound of the TR-808 snare drum.
The SD808 sounds tight and extremely snappy because it’s analog – the real thing, not samples. The sound is made with three analog sound generators mixed together: two oscillating sine waves and a noise source. The SD808’s front panel controls have a lot of sweet spots with sounds that are not just limited to snare drum sounds; it can also create other electronic percussive elements.
The noise source generator in the original TR-808 machines were revised in later production batches, resulting in variations in sound across the production run. The SD808 uses this later, revised circuit to create a snare drum hit that is slightly darker, has more body, and is more realistic. Just like other drums in this series, the SD808 includes a high-powered output gain stage capable of producing signals up to 20Vpp, allowing you to get an array of harmonized snare drums sounds with even tighter attacks. On the inputs, we have designed a dual-input pulse-shaper circuit so you can trigger the SD808 with Trigger/Gate signals from step sequencers, clock dividers, or any other pulse/clock sources. This eliminates the need to shape pulses sent to the module and ensures the same stable sound at peak power, regardless of your pulse source. All these unique features make integrating this legendary sound generator into your modular synth easy, unleashing the power of real analog drums.
Download the SD808 manual HERE
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- Type/ Effect
Cartridge for the Z-DSP by Tiptop Audio which offers eight stereo delay programs. Their delay time is syncable to an external clock and the adjustable clock divders allow for various clock ratios when using ping pong delays.
1/Mono L/R Clocked Taps 2/Mono Clocked Low Pass 3/Mono Clocked Fdbk+HPF 4/Mono Clocked Bandpass 5/Dual Clocked Delays 6/Clocked Ping Pong 7/Dual Clocked HPF
8/Dual Clocked Feedback