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ADDAC System - 214 VC Rotator

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This is our VC Rotator, a stepped routing module for any type of signal (audio, cv, gate, trigger...)Similar to a VC switcher but in this case there's the same number of inputs as outputs so, instead of 4 to 1 or 1 to 4, this module is always 4 to 4 but it can be patched for 2 to 2 and 3 to 3 step actions.All four inputs get routed to the four outputs depending on the CV and Clock controls and are divided into 4 routing steps:1. routes all inputs to the same number output: 1:1, 2:2, 3:3, 4:42. routes all inputs to an offset of 1: 2:1, 3:2, 4:3, 1:43. routes all inputs to an offset of 2: 3:1, 4:2, 1:3, 2:44. routes all inputs to an offset of 3: 4:1, 1:2, 2:3, 3:4Direction determines if the clock input goes forward or backwards.Going forward it can be set to 2-3 or 4 steps using the Rotate knob offset, going backwards always sync to 4 steps even if offseted by the Rotate knob.For 2 & 3 step action input 1 is normalled to input 3 and input 2 is normalled to input 4.Reset resets the internal clock to the first step.Pendulum, external sequencing or any complex CV actions can be achieved using the CV input and dedicated attenuverter.4 LEDs monitor which input is routed to output 1.Features:• 4 Inputs• 4 Outputs• Direction Switch• CV Rotate with Attenuverter• Clock and Reset Inputs• 4 Monitor LedsDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-2. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. It includes SMD and through-hole parts! For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€145.00*
Befaco - Muxlicer

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Muxlicer is a sequential signal processor designed for add a huge range of special functions to your modular setup in the minimum space.Is divided in three main blocks: a Digital Step Controller, a Gate Generator and an Analog Switch (a.k.a. Mux/DeMux)The module is designed with high “function to HP ratio” philosophy , to have maximum flexibility in minimum space.An analog switch is a device capable of switching or routing analog signals. In the case of Muxlicer, the switch is reversible, so you can send 8 different signals to 1 destination and viceversa.Through Common I/O you can either send a signal to the Mux I/Os or receive a signal from them. (Depending on how the module is connected). It is also used as CV Out when nothing is connected to “All In” or “Mux I/Os”. The eight Mux I/Os are normalled to “All In” jack, so any signal present at this input will go to all of them.Imagine you want to send a signal to steps 1,2,4,5,6 and 8 and two more signals to 3 and 7 respectively. You just need three wires for this: plug the first one to All In and the other two to 3 and 7 Mux I/Os and you are done!Features:• Route any modular signal from one IN up to eight different Outs or vice versa.• Generate CV and Gate signals, been able to work as sequential voltage source a.k.a. sequencer.• Cut audio signals in rhythmical slices with independent volume.• Generate complex and dynamic patterns from any audio or modulation signal.• Create powerful Gate sequences with control voltage retriggering for each step.• Select easily when your signals act on your patch with the Address function.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€146.37*
Clatters Machines - Garden Listener

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The Garden Listener Eurorack module detects conductivity variations on living beings’ surface and transforms them into MIDI notes and CV signals. For once, leave those LFOs alone, and let any living conductive being modulate your signals. It detects conductivity variations on living beings’ surface and transforms them into MIDI notes, ranging from C-1 to C8, and CV signals (0 – 5V).Its behavior can be tamed through the one-knob menu from which you can choose and modify:• probes’ sensitivity (making it more or less sensitive to current variations)• scale (chromatic, major, minor, indian and arabic)• MIDI channel (from 1 up to 16)• LEDs’ brightnessIt generates trigger, gate, and CV (1V/oct). The CV output behavior can be modified via an octave selector which acts as a “CV equalizer” from which you can choose to generate CV only if the respective MIDI note lies within a certain octave range.The MIDI output allows you to take advantage of the sound of either any synthesizer equipped with a MIDI port or any VST in your DAW.The module comes with 3.5mm white probes and a set of snap-on adhesive reusable electrode pads. A MIDI-TRS type A adapter (not included) is required for the MIDI output.DIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€273.70*
Erica Synths - EDU DIY Sequencer

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If you’re new to DIY synthesizer building, you might’ve run into this issue: you just set up your first VCO on a breadboard, spent a good while troubleshooting the stubborn thing – and then you realize you have nothing to actually control it with. OR if you already have a decent modular setup, but still haven't found a simple, hands-on sequencer - here’s a compact, yet versatile 5 step sequencer with adjustable sequence length, per step gate status, and output range! It works both from an internal and external clock and has reset input for more complex sequences if several sequencers are chained up. It works also as a waveshaper when clocked at the audio rate.We – Erica Synths and Moritz Klein – have developed a series of educational DIY kits under the brand name mki x es.EDU with one specific goal in mind: to teach people with little-to-no prior experience how to design analog synthesizer circuits from scratch. What you’ll find in the box is not simply meant to be soldered together and then disappear in your rack. Instead, we want to take you through the circuit design process step by step, explaining every choice we’ve made and how it impacts the finished module.In total, we have developed 9 kits to build a fully-featured modular monosynth: a sequencer, a VCO, a wavefolder, a noise/S&H module, a mixer, a VCF, an Envelope generator, a dual VCA, and an output stereo mixer with a headphone amplifier. Additionally, an affordable eurorack case with a DIY PSU will also be available. While these kits are easy to build, we did not compromise on design and functionality. We will launch one kit every 4-6 weeks. For each kit, there is an extensive user manual (40+ pages; can be downloaded separately) that will dive deep into not only the electronics behind each circuit but also the fundamental principles of sound synthesis. We hope that the mki x es.EDU project will inspire future engineers and will contribute to the ever-growing diversity of electronic music technology.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€79.73*
Extralife Instruments - Super Sixteen

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Super Sixteen is a 64-step control voltage sequencer with gate, pitch, linear CV, and clock outputs, and a unique 2-handed programming interface that makes programming melodies, rhythms, an basslines a joy.Features:• Patch memory for 99 sequences• Up to 64 step sequence length• Selectable scales and swing timing• Intuitive motion recording• Per-step glide/portamento• Real-time rhythm and pitch effects like beat repeat, stutter roll, and randomization.• Code and hardware files are open-source for you to edit and experimentDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€166.60*
New
Frequency Central - Akropoli

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Akropoli is an extension and enhancement of our successful Little Melody and High Towers modules, offering the features of both of these modules as well as some of it’s own unique features such as mute buttons per channel, manual transpose knob and 1V/oct transpose CV input. Akropoli operates using our proprietary TOOL V2 code, and can count in integers as well as multiples for even more subtle and evolving variations:• top of the dial is /1• clockwise from the top are /2, /4, /8, /16, /32, /64, /128• anticlockwise from the top are /3, /5, /6, /7, /9, /10, /11Akropoli is a generative sequencer based around clock divisions and a chromatic quantiser, used to create in-the-moment licks and riffs. It is more that the sum of it’s parts.Akropoli’s internal operations can be considered as 4 clock dividers patched into a CV mixer via attenuators. The attenuators select notes over a 5 octave range, the clock dividers determine how often those notes are added to the mix. The final output of Akropoli is quantized chromatically for fast set up and continuously pleasing results. Akropoli has an onboard transposition knob, as well as a 1V/oct transposition CV input.The 4 clock dividers are labelled A, B, C, and D. They all receive clocks from the same source, the divisions may be selected using the presets and the individual division selectors. The clock dividers can be set to count up, down, or to one of a variety of modes that move between counting up and down. For further information on Presets and Modes see the Little Melody User Guide.Additionally, each clock divider has it’s own binary output (either high or low), these 4 outputs can be used to clock/gate/trigger other stuff on other modules to great effect.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€165.00*
New
Frequency Central - Berlin School

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Berlin School is based around the classic CD4017 Johnson counter chip, under the control of a 16F1765 PIC which provides a few novel features.So what can Berlin School do? Well, it’s lots of fun, and far more fully featured than any old Baby 8, courtesy of being under PIC control. For example:you can externally control the length of each individual step via the DIV.CV input socket, by using another CV source, such as another Berlin School, an LFO, or evena sample and hold module – so any step can last for any clock length from 1 through to 8.You can externally control transposition of Berlin School via the TRANS.CV input socket, by using an external controller, such as another Berlin School (running at a slower speed), a 1V/oct keyboard (love this!), of any other CV source such as Little Melody for example.You can also do both of the above manually by using the DIV knob and the TRANSPOSE knob.Live tweaking of note information for each step in real time, secure in the knowledge that everything is accurately quantised.Berlin School has a 5 octave range (0V to 5V). A fun little feature is that if you’re running a sequence and then transpose it, any notes which end up beingtransposed above 5V are transposed down by one octave (rather than ‘clipping’ against the 5V ceiling), thus preserving the melody!All told, it’s hands on, tweakable, and lends itself perfectly to on-the-fly live use courtesy of the variations that are available from the use of the onboarddivider, transposition features and quantiser.Berlin School is perfectly partnered with Little Melody, and can be clocked and reset from an suitable external controller.Features:• 8 inputs (1 through to 8), each with micro-attenuators (which can be set with a small screwdriver)• 8 buffered inverted outputs (A through to H) which are 180o out of phase with the inputs• 8 buffered normal outputs (A through to H) which are in phase with the inputs• A switch matrix of 64 push on/push off switchesDIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€138.00*
Frequency Central - Little Melody

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Generative sequencer based around a clock divider and a chromatic quantiser. Creates in-the-moment licks and riffs. Little Melody is a generative sequencer based around clock divisions and a chromatic quantiser, used to create in-the-moment licks and riffs. It is more that the sum of it’s parts.Little Melody’s internal operations can be considered as 4 clock dividers patched into a CV mixer via attenuators. The attenuators select notes over a 5 octave range, the clock dividers determine how often those notes are added to the mix. The final output of Little Melody is quantized chromatically for fast set up and continuously pleasing results.The 4 clock dividers are labelled A, B, C, and D. They all receive clocks from the same source, the divisions may be selected using the presets and the individual division selectors. The clock dividers can be set to count up, down, or to one of a variety of modes that move between counting up and down.For further information see the Little Melody User Guide.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€103.00*
Ginko Synthese - EZSQ

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The EZSQ is a simple 8 step sequencer featuring a clock input, reset input and pitch output. It was designed to sit next to the VCSQ2 to give it even more power, but 8 steps sequencers are useful anywhere in all modular cases.Features:• 8 steps• Clock input• Reset input• CV outputDIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€85.68*
Music Thing Modular - Turing Machine mk2

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1) The Turing Machine makes music for you. It's a binary sequencer, based around a 16 bit memory circuit called a shift register. It’s a sequencer that you can steer in one direction or another, not one that you can program precisely.2) You cannot program this sequencer to play specific tunes. You cannot save sequences. You can never go back to a sequence that has changed.3) To put it another way: the Turing Machine produces clocked stepped randomly changing control voltages. In other words, melodies, basslines, sequences. Unlike many random voltage generators, these sequences can be locked into loops that repeat according to the length control.4) The Turing Machine has become one of the most popular Eurorack DIY projects since June 2012. The #turingmachine tag on Instagram contains lots of great demos (and a certain amount of the real Alan Turing).5) This 27 minute video from DivKid explains everything you need to know about the Turing Machine and the expanders.6) And here's me talking for 20 minutes about how the Turing machine works and how it was designed.7) Here is a nice review of the Turing Machine from Sound on Sound Magazine8) Turing Machine Expanders connect to the back of the module, and take the sequence from the main module and use it in different ways:- Volts adds an extra voltage output, with the sequence set by five pots.- Pulses turns the sequence into beats: eleven rhythmic pulse-train outputs.- Voltages adds two CV outputs controlled by 8 faders.- Vactrol Mix is a sequencer controlled matrix mixer. It's fantastic for rhythmically cutting up audio, stereo panning and feedback loops, but a little hard to explain.9) In the Turing Machine, looping is controlled by the big knob.- At noon, the sequences are random.- At 5 o'clock, it locks into a repeating sequence.- At 7 o'clock, it double locks into a repeating sequence twice as long as the 'length' setting.- At 3 o'clock or 9 o'clock, it slips; looping but occasionally changing notes.10) You can try out a fully operational Turing Machine + Pulses + Volts in the free VCV Rack software11) Electronically, the circuit was inspired by the long history of shift register pseudorandom synth circuits, including the Triadex Muse, Buchla 266 Source of Uncertainty and Grant Richter's Noisering.12) Musically, the module was inspired by 60s and 70s minimalist process music by people like Steve Reich, Terry Riley or Philip Glass: “I am interested in perceptible processes. I want to be able to hear the process happening throughout the music.To facilitate closely detailed listening a musical process should happen extremely gradually.” Steve Reich, Music as a Gradual Process, 196813) While designing the Turing Machine, I compiled this Random Reading List which includes notes on the history of random sequence generators from Marvin Minsky's Muse to Don Buchla's Source of Uncertainty to Doepfer's A-149 module.14) Tony Surgeon is a long-time Turing Machine user. In this workshop from 2016 he shows how he uses it to generate sequences which are then looped on an Octatrack.15) Turing Machine is open source, which has inspired many offshoots, alternative panels and third party expanders, including:- Mystic Circuits' Vert and Leaves- Grayscale Modular's Permutation- Magpie Modular's crazy combo panels- Software Turing Machines inside the Ornament & Crime module, Frames Parasites firmware, Reactor Blocks, VCV Rack Modules and even Mutable Instruments' Marbles.16) The Turing Machine is not a real Turing Machine the way Alan Turing explained it. The name is vaguely relevant because the module uses a loop of data being changed, but the similarity ends there. It's certainly not a 'probabilistic random sequence generator based on the research of Alan Turing' ;-).17) The original Mk1 documentation contains more detail about how the Turing Machine works, including a block diagram.18) The Turing Machine is a fairly straightforward through-hole DIY build, but it's fairly dense and takes a while to complete, so probably shouldn't be a first DIY project (I always recommend Mikrophonie or Mini Drive as first builds). Build documents are available from Thonk. If you get stuck, the Github Issue List is probably the best place to start - remember to check closed issues as well as open ones.Features:Turing Machine has the following expanders available:• Pulses MKii• Voltages• Volts• Vactrol MixDIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€129.90*
Music Thing Modular - Vactrol Mix (Turing Machine Expander)

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• Vactrol Mix combines four audio or CV signals into two channels, determined by the random sequence. It’s a great way to create stereo effects, complex waveforms or feedback loops.• This expander is 4 in, 2 out vactrol matrix mixer controlled by the Turing Machine, connected around the back by a 16 pin ribbon cable.• There are four inputs, for audio or CV sources. The four knobs set the level for each input. Next to each knob is a pair of LEDs. When the LED on the left is lit, the signal goes to the left output. When the LED on the right is lit, the signal goes to the right output. The LEDs are controlled by the Turing Machine module. The two outputs are both doubled (mult-ed) to make it easier to patch feedback loops.• Despite being less popular or widespread than Pulses or Volts, this is my favourite Turing Machine expander. It is a unique device that turns mundane source material into wild, unpredictable but rhythmically accessible patterns of sound. It’s a great way to create stereo effects, shifting drones, complex waveforms or feedback loops, and can be the heart of small (but chaotic) system.• Vactrols are electro-optical devices; a light shining on a light-dependent resistor. They have an extraordinary history, from powering the optical soundtracks on the first sound films in the 1920s to studio compressors, the tremolo in Fender guitar amps, and many of Don Buchla's 1970s synth designs. Modern vactrols are an LED pointing at a cadmium light dependent resistor, sealed together in a little black plastic box. Because the LDR reacts relatively slowly, the signals cut together smoothly, with no clicks or pops. Unfortunately, the cadmium in light dependent resistors is banned in Europe, so Vactrols are becoming harder to find.• Feedback is where this module gets really interesting. Try sending the (bottom) left and right outputs to your output mixer, and the (top) left and right outputs to spring reverbs or delays, patching the delay/reverb outputs back into input channels. Carefully ride the input levels, and you'll get snippets of feedback. The main clock speed can have a huge effect on feedback levels, because it takes a while to build up.• There are lots of Vactrol Mix audio examples in my Soundcloud: Twenty Minutes of Madness, Contact Mic Feedback and this ancient track recorded using the breadboard prototype.• The Vactrol Mix is DC coupled, so you can also rhythmically cut up DC sources; mix LFOs at different speeds with audio rate oscilllators, and frequency modulating a pair of oscillators using the two outputs.• This module was inspired by Grant Richter's Cadavre Exquis voltage controlled mixer, which was inspired by André Breton's surrealist game Exquisite Corpse. Richter's mixer also inspired the RxMx module by Make Noise.• Jonathan Higgins, on Facebook: 'There isn't a patch I don't use it on. People often thing you can only use it for crazy stereo percussion (which it is amazing at). But I also often patch all four outputs from the humpback filter into it for evolving stereo drones.'• The Vactrol Mix is a very straightforward through-hole DIY build. If you get stuck, the Github Issue List is probably the best place to start - remember to check closed issues as well as open ones.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€99.90*
Music Thing Modular - Voltages (Turing Machine Expander)

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• CV expander with 8 faders.• This is an eight stage random looping sequencer with illuminated faders, controlled by the main Turing Machine. Unusually, any number of stages can be active at once, creating unpredictable results.• It has two outputs, one normal – with a scale control that works in the same was as the similar control on the main module – and one inverted. The inverted output has a ‘shift’ control which raises (offsets) the voltage by up to 9 volts. This means you can drive positive-only modules (i.e. quantizers) with the inverted output.• In some ways, this module has been replaced by the smaller Volts expander, but some people still enjoy it. It's bigger and more tactile, and the two outputs interact in interesting ways.• Volts is a shrunken version of the original Voltages expander, and was designed in one day while on holiday in Cornwall.• This module is compatible with all versions of the Turing Machine. With the older Mki Turing Machine the Backpack module is also required.• Voltages is a very straightforward through-hole DIY build, that would be a good first DIY project. If you get stuck, the Voltages Github Issue List or the main Turing Machine issue list are probably the best places to start, although very few people have ever had difficulty with this module.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€77.35*
Music Thing Modular - Volts (Turing Machine Expander)

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• Tweak five potentiometers to set up another voltage output from the Turing Machine. This can be a different melodic sequence, related to but different from the main output.• This is a simple, low-parts count, low-current expander for the Turing Machine Random Sequencer in 4HP. It connects around the back with a 16-way ribbon cable and works with any Turing Machine (Mk2, or Mk1 with the backpack).• It acts like a variable 5-bit digital-to-analog converter, taking 5 bits from the Turing Machine GATES expansion port, running them through five potentiometers and giving one summed voltage output.• Multiple Volts expanders can be daisychained from one Turing sequencer to give melodically different outputs that are all related to (and change with) the main Turing sequence.• You can try out a fully operational Turing Machine + Pulses + Volts in the free VCV Rack software.• Volts is a shrunken version of the original Voltages expander, and was designed in one day while on holiday in Cornwall.• Volts is a very straightforward through-hole DIY build, that would be a good first DIY project. If you get stuck, the Volts Github Issue List or the main Turing Machine issue list are probably the best places to start, although very few people have ever had difficulty with this module.• Multiple VOLTS modules can be daisy-chained on a single Turing Machine to give a ‘polyphonic’ CV output.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€65.45*
Neutral Labs - Elmyra 2 (Euro)

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This is the Eurorack version of Elmyra 2, it is available in black and white. Elmyra 2 is a 4-voice digital/analog hybrid platform for microtonal sonic exploration, capable of creating anything from lush ambient soundscapes to gritty droning textures and shrieking noises, available as a 42 HP Eurorack module or semi-modular desktop synth. With 31 modulation targets, 4 polymetric sequencers, delay, additional per-voice effects, a choice of various filters, as well as onboard LFOs and utilities, it is essentially a purpose-built small modular system in itself. A set of preset cards (included) or electronic components like capacitors or diodes can be plugged into the front panel in order to change the sound character.Features:• 4 independent voices activated by touch or CV• wavetable-based complex oscillator engine, up to 12 oscillators in total, 1V/octave compatible• chromatic mode makes chords and harmonic sounds possible, microtonal scales supported• 41 patch points• 31 modulation targets• touchpads with analog envelopes that can be used as modulation sources• resonant filter switchable between:• boomy and aggressive multimode 2-pole state variable filter (low-pass, band-pass, high-pass)• creamy 4-pole low-pass ladder filter• delay with unhealthy amounts of feedback• lo-fi reverb• analog OUCH circuit: a unique combination of destructive distortion, waveshaping and filtering• sonic character can be customised by using special preset cards (set of 4 included) or components like diodes that can be plugged into the front panel• preset cards can be used with other Neutral Labs modules• external audio can be processed via audio input• 9 per-voice modulations and effects:• unison detune• dual sub-oscillators• saturation• bitmangler• sample rate reduction• noise• high-pass filter• low-pass filter• 2 LFOs: 1 sine, 1 complex morphable• 4 sequencers with arbitrary step length per voice (up to 128), allows polymetric structures• delay time and LFOs can be clock-synced or unsynced (tap tempo is also possible)• utilities• dual attenuator/buffered multiple/voltage generator• CV summing circuit• case made of plant-based bioplastic and native German oakwood• boutique synth handmade in GermanyDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€329.00*
Neutral Labs - Elmyra 2 (Standalone)

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This is the standalone version of Elmyra 2, it is available in black and white. Elmyra 2 is a 4-voice digital/analog hybrid platform for microtonal sonic exploration, capable of creating anything from lush ambient soundscapes to gritty droning textures and shrieking noises, available as a 42 HP Eurorack module or semi-modular desktop synth. With 31 modulation targets, 4 polymetric sequencers, delay, additional per-voice effects, a choice of various filters, as well as onboard LFOs and utilities, it is essentially a purpose-built small modular system in itself. A set of preset cards (included) or electronic components like capacitors or diodes can be plugged into the front panel in order to change the sound character.Features:• 4 independent voices activated by touch or CV• wavetable-based complex oscillator engine, up to 12 oscillators in total, 1V/octave compatible• chromatic mode makes chords and harmonic sounds possible, microtonal scales supported• 41 patch points• 31 modulation targets• touchpads with analog envelopes that can be used as modulation sources• resonant filter switchable between:• boomy and aggressive multimode 2-pole state variable filter (low-pass, band-pass, high-pass)• creamy 4-pole low-pass ladder filter• delay with unhealthy amounts of feedback• lo-fi reverb• analog OUCH circuit: a unique combination of destructive distortion, waveshaping and filtering• sonic character can be customised by using special preset cards (set of 4 included) or components like diodes that can be plugged into the front panel• preset cards can be used with other Neutral Labs modules• external audio can be processed via audio input• 9 per-voice modulations and effects:• unison detune• dual sub-oscillators• saturation• bitmangler• sample rate reduction• noise• high-pass filter• low-pass filter• 2 LFOs: 1 sine, 1 complex morphable• 4 sequencers with arbitrary step length per voice (up to 128), allows polymetric structures• delay time and LFOs can be clock-synced or unsynced (tap tempo is also possible)• utilities• dual attenuator/buffered multiple/voltage generator• CV summing circuit• case made of plant-based bioplastic and native German oakwood• boutique synth handmade in GermanyDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€379.00*
Neutral Labs - Pip

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Pip contains two morphable CV generators/complex LFOs in 8 HP that can be synced to each other in predefined ratios, unsynced or phase-shifted between each other. You can choose from a large variety of preset waveforms, random waves or even record and morph your own external CV or knob movements.DIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€95.00*
New
Random Works - nQuencer

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nQuencer is a Eurorack module that turns the AtoV 16n faderbank into a step sequencer.Connect a 3.5mm stereo cable to the i2c socket, patch in a clock and get a pitch and gate output.When the nQuencer module receives a trigger at the Clock input it reads the state of the first 16n Faderbank fader and outputs a corresponding voltage at Output 1. At the next clock signal it will read the second fader and so on until it reaches the end and loops back to the start.Push the reset button or send a gate to the input to move back to the start.If a fader is at the very bottom no gate will be generated for that step in modes that output gates. The last fader that isn't at the bottom determines the length of the sequence.NOTE: Building the nQuencer module involves surface mount soldering using 0603 components and is therefore not recommended unless you have experience with similar projects. Aside from soldering tools you will require a multimeter to calibrate and suitable equipment to programthe microcontroller if you didn’t purchase one with your PCB.Features:Sixteen steps• up to 16 step sequence• out 1 outputs pitch and out 2 outputs a gate• reset button and input move back to the startTwo Eights• splits the 16n faderbank into two halves each with upto 8 steps• out 1 outputs pitch for the left half and out 2 for the right• clock advances both sequences or reset in advances sequence 2 (alt reset in)Transpose• splits the 16n faderbank into two halves each with upto 8 steps• values from the right half (up to 1v) are added to the left• out 1 outputs pitch and out 2 outputs a gate• clock advances both sequences or reset in advances sequence 2 (alt reset in)DJ• splits the 16n faderbank into two halves each with upto 8 steps but only one sequence at a time• reset button switches the output to the other sequence or reset in (alt reset in)• out 1 outputs pitch and out 2 outputs a gateOptions• hold the reset button to enter settings mode, use the faders to change settings and press the button to exit• direction up, down, up down, random• probability chance of a note firing• output voltage range max 1v, 2v, 3v, 4v• fader at bottom note off, output 0v, last fader not at bottom controls sequence length on/off• gate length• alternative reset input mode on/offQuantizer• root note• scale - chromatic (semitones), ionian (major), aeolian (natural minor), harmonic minor, dorian, phrygian, lydian, mixolydian, major pentatonic, minor pentatonic, blues, disabled (unquantised)DIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-2. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. It includes SMD and through-hole parts! For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€140.00*
Robaux - 3PT

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The Robaux 3PT is a multimode three-channel control voltage generator.The handy knob with the triple ring-shaped voltage indicator makes the module the ideal performance tool.The Tripot has three control voltage channels which can be adjusted with three parameter trimmers.Instead of using the big knob, the device can also be controlled via the CV input.The module offers seven different modes. These include a performance tool, chord generator, random generator, quantizer, sequencer or LFO.Features:• 1 x CV In, unipolar 5V• 3 x CV Out, unipolar 5V• 3 x ring-shaped led display• 1 x push button• 1 x big knob• 9 x trimmersDIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€119.00*
RYK Modular - M185

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The M185 is the most intuitive and playable Eurorack sequencer.It appeals as a hands-on performance orientated module for easy creation of complex melodic sequences.It is the original multi-step-per-stage sequencer that inspired the Metropolis and Metropolix modules.• Features an expansion header for chaining two M185s for 16 stage sequences• Lots more quantisation scales• Live X0X style Gate Pattern programmingOVERVIEW• 8 unique gate modes for creative rhythmic possibilities• A/B split mode for two separate sequences, like having two sequencers in one box• 2 channels of CV/GATE and MIDI I/O• 15 Quantise scales OR pure analogue microtonal CV outputINPUTS & OUTPUTS• 2 channels of CV and Gate outputs• Expansion header to connect two M185s for 16 stage sequences• Reset input [ shared with MIDI input ]• Sync output [ shared with CH2 gate ]• Bidirectional Clock I/O• MIDI input for MIDI clock in, MIDI note transpose• MIDI output for MIDI clock out, MIDI note outputSTAGE DETAILS• 8 stages, each with individual 1-8 step repeats per stage• 8 gate modes per stage [ Off, Once, All, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, Probability or Programmable, and Long ]• Programmable gate patterns for 'on the fly' X0X style programming of gate triggersEVEN MORE DETAILS !• AB serial split sequence mode with 1-8 sequence repeats for AAABAAAB sequence structures• AB parallel split mode, for two separate simultaneous sequences that play at the same time• Root note offset and reset trigger options from sequence B to A• 2.5V / 5V voltage range selectable• MIDI note output including programmable velocity• MIDI to CV converter mode [wow]• Programmable glide per stage• Easy user upgradable firmware using MIDI sysex filesPLEASE NOTE THE KIT IS ONLY SUITABLE FOR EXPERIENCED BUILDERS.DIY-Kit-Type:THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€302.26*
Sebsongs - Odds

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ODDS is a generative melodic looping sequencer for the Eurorack format. It generates notes based on random probability, and it is designed to be as musical as possible while maintaining a direct and minimalistic interface. It enables you to set a probability to generate random notes within a given octave, scale and chord structure.The module can via the LOOP switch either be set to indefinitely generate random notes, or be set to loop the last up to 64 steps. The V/OCT input acts as transposition within the chosen scale, making it easy to create chord progressions.Gate output voltage: 5 VCV output voltage range: 0-7 VDIY-Kit-Type:SMD-Kit-2. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. It includes SMD and through-hole parts! For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
€122.57*