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Bastl Instruments - Kompas

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Probability Trigger Generator. Kompas is a three-coordinate probabilistic pattern navigator. Each coordinate has a unique travelling pace and a dedicated trigger output. The amount of probability can be adjusted manually or by external voltages. Once a coordinate has been adjusted, a new pattern is generated and looped until the next change of direction. This tool is the outcome of the environment we are in and is inspired by non-linear approach to music and life – don't build any expectations, choose your direction and discover new paths. Unlike common probability operation, instead of filtering a pre-determined sequence, Kompas uses probability to generate new looping patterns based on the direction you choose. Here is a video about Kompas.Features:• global clock and reset input• 3 x 32 step pattern generators with travelling algorithms• 3 CV inputs for coordinate modulation• 3 trigger outputs• 2/5/10ms selectable trigger length (via boot settings)• 5ms default trigger length• 5V trigger outputs• 0-5V protected CV inputs• 60Hz maximum clock rate (3600 BPM)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.
€152.32*
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*
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*
Herbs and Stones - Liquid Foam

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Liquid Foam is a modular monophonic analog groovebox that revolves around a dual sequencer designed to encourage complex pattern exploration. At the core there’s an analog VCO with two stages of waveshaping, a decay-only EG that can be inverted any step and a 2-pole resonant VCF.Features:• Two sequencers• Newly designed filter and wave mixer• Separate trig and envelope output• Newly added bandpass filter outputDIY-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.
€236.00*
Music Thing Modular - Pulses (Turing Machine Expander)

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Eleven rhythmic outputs for wONkY drum patterns.• Pulses turns the sequence from the main Turing Machine into a series of repeating rhythmic semi-random clock signals, that are based on the main clock input.• Seven of the 11 outputs are just the binary steps of the sequence on the front panel of the main module. The other four are derived from those pulses - so when steps 1+2 are active, the 1+2 output pulses.• As with most of the Turing Machine features, it is hard to explain, but very easy and intuitive in practice: send pulses from the module to anything that takes a rhythmic pulse; envelope generators, FM Index inputs, drum modules or other sequencers. Very complex polyrhythms come easily.• Because the Pulses are all related to the main module, they randomise, lock and change with that module. With the main module's big knob at 12 o'clock, the pulses are random. At 5 o'clock, they are locked, and at 3 o'clock they will 'slip' slowly over time.• You can try out a fully operational Turing Machine + Pulses + Volts in the free VCV Rack software.• Pulses connects around the back with a 16-way ribbon cable and works with any Turing Machine (Mk2, or Mk1 with the backpack).• Pulses uses Surface Mount components but is still a very simple build for anyone who has done a bit of through hole soldering beforehand.• Here is an epic series of videos from mixolydian2010 that documents the whole build process• Here's a very old audio demo from when I was developing Pulses, which shows the kind of polyrhythmic craziness it can create.• Despite involving SMD components, Pulses is a very straightforward DIY build, that most people complete without any problems. If you get stuck, the Pulses Github Issue List or the main Turing Machine issue list are probably the best places to start.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.
€52.30*
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 - 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 - 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*
Patching Panda - Particles

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Particles, is 4 channels of trigger modulation, capable of mathematically variating and manipulating your patterns with a combination of fun features to play with. It can evolve your rhythmic idea into more complex and groovy patterns which are difficult to achieve without music knowledge.You can create your algorithms from the rhythmic tools provided to be able to change the patterns instantaneously in many ways without worrying to sacrifice the original idea.You can shift and scramble the outputs, you can repeat the triggers with different time signatures to transform the grooves, mute in different ways, disappear by probability trigger inputs, disappear by probability repetitions, use sequential switching to shift randomly with a different kind of resetting, bypass each channel and set it individually the amount of each feature per channel when feeding external CV.The idea of Particles, was designed to provide features for building complex breaks, grooves, organic-evolving percussion sounds, different options for arpeggios, and even bass line grooves, the limits are decided by you.Features:• 4 trigger inputs/outs.• Repetitions with different distribution time to choose from.• Manually shift the output channels, scramble them randomly or clocked them in foward mode.• Reset the ouputs to 4 different shift modes.• Dissapear repetitions by probability per channel.• Dissapear the input trigger by probability per channel.• Mute each channel with clock divisions from input clock.• Mute manually the outputs• Disable triplets from repetitions to have musical patterns• Random volatges output clocked from clock input.• The slider keeps the adjusted value from each feature.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.
€243.95*
Rebel Technology - Klasmata

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Κλάσματα is a single channel, voltage controlled Euclidean sequencer.It offers a range of 1-32 steps, opening up more possibilities for complex patterns. With voltage controlled sequence length and fills, Κλάσματα can transpose, shift and modulate rhythmic patterns at up to audio speeds.Just like Stocheia there is a normal and a toggling operating mode. The three-way switch is also used to stop and reset the sequence.The voltage controlled parameters have individual level settings. The controls are otherwise identical to Stocheia.For more infos, please visit the Rebel Tech website.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.
€122.57*
Rebel Technology - Stoicheia

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Στοιχεῖα is a dual Euclidean Sequencer. It algorithmically generates rhythmic sequences from an input trigger signal. The name (Στοιχεῖα, Stoicheia, or Elements) comes from the title of Euclid’s book Elements in which the algorithm was first described.HistoryThis goes way back. In the third century BCE, the Greek mathematician Euclid described a way to determine the largest common denominator of any two integers. As it turns out, his method is the same as what people have used to divide beats into rhythms. Across the globe, from ancient to modern times; the rhythms that pervade human existence can be generated using the same, simple algorithm.The cultural and historical range covered by these rhythms is nothing short of breathtaking. From Brazilian Samba and Bossa-Nova, to Bulgarian folk dances, thirteenth century Persian drum patterns, and complex poly-rhythms of West and Central Africa.Of course, Euclid’s work can be applied to more than just rhythmic patterns. A scientist named Bjorklund applied it to nuclear physics, in order to optimise the operation of the SNS particle accelerator. He also published his work with a proof of the efficiency of his method. Then, in 2005, a Professor of Computer Science called Godfried Toussaint linked up the dots and presented in a research paper the connection between the work of Euclid, Bjorklund, and musical rhythms.We have based our implementation on the work of Toussaint, Bjorklund and Euclid.Getting StartedConnect the left sequence output (second jack from the bottom left) to an envelope gate input controlling a sound source, or something like the trigger input of a drum module.Make sure the middle switch is in the centre position, and the left switch is in the up position. Now connect an LFO to one of the two clock inputs (bottom left or bottom right jack) and you should see the centre LED light up when a signal is received. If the LFO is very fast, the LED will appear to be dimly on - turn the speed down (or up) to where it is flashing at a regular pace.When an input clock signal is received, the centre LED will light up. When a sequence triggers an output gate signal, its corresponding LED will light up.Turn all the knobs in the left column to their centre positions. You should know have a sequence of length 8 with 4 fills (50% of the step length). This means that every other beat will be ‘on’, and you should see the sequencer LED flash on every second input clock. Consequently, the sequence output should generate a gate signal, triggering the module you have connected it to.If you turn the bottom left knob in the anti-clockwise direction, you will hear progressively fewer ‘on’ beats in the sequence until only one in 8 (the sequence length) beats is on. Turning in the clockwise direction, the sequence will start filling in more and more beats, until every beat is on.Now connect a different envelope or sound source to the other sequence and repeat!InstructionsEach sequence is controlled by a column of three knobs and a switch. The input parameters to the algorithm are sequence length and fills.The length of the sequence, measured in clocks or beats, is controlled by the second knob from the top. The range goes from 1 (fully counter clockwise) to 16 (fully clockwise), with 8 in the centre position.The number of fills, or on-beats, is set by the third knob. In fully counter-clockwise position, this is set to 1. Centre position will set every other beat ‘on’, or 50% . Fully clockwise sets every beat ‘on’, in other words: the number of fills are equal to the sequence length.The top knob adjusts which beat the sequence starts on - and hence resets to. In its centre position, the sequence will start on its first step. The start position can be changed by turning the top knob left or right: this will have the effect of rotating the sequence left or right, respectively.Trigger ModeWith its switch in the centre position, the sequence is turned off. To turn it on (Trigger Mode), push the switch up. In trigger mode, the sequence will switch its output high when receiving a clock signal rising edge (low to high transition), provided the next beat in the sequence is ‘on’. When the clock signal falling edge is received (high to low transition), the output will be switched back to low (0v). This means that the output trigger signals have the same pulse width as the input clock. So if the clocks are generated with very short pulses, the output triggers will be equally short. As a consequence, a pulse width modulation on the input clock signal will be passed on through the sequencer.Alternating ModePushing the switch down from its centre (off) position puts the sequence into Alternating Mode. In alternating mode, the output goes high on the first ‘on’ beat, and remains high until the next ‘on’ beat. In other words, the output toggles on every ‘on’ beat in the sequence. The up and down transitions occur on the rising edge of the input clock.ResetThe centre jack can be used to connect a reset trigger. When a reset is received, both sequences restart at their first position. This takes into consideration the rotation setting: If sequence A and B have different rotations, they will remain offset in respect to each other. Reset can also be manually triggered by pushing the centre switch momentarily upwards.Chained ModeThe centre switch can be pushed down, which enables Chained mode. When chained, the two sequences are repeated one after the other, instead of concurrently. This is very useful to build up more complex patterns. In chained mode, the output of the combined sequence is available at both output jacks. On startup, the first sequence will play through to its determined length. It will then stop, and the second sequence will play through to the end, at which point the first one starts up again. For example, setting the first sequence to length 12, and the second to length 4, will result in a combined 16-step sequence. A reset signal in Chained mode brings the combined sequence to the start of the first pattern. Rotation works as in regular mode. Chained mode can also be used to create sequences longer than 16 steps.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.
€122.57*
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*
Robaux - DCSN3

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The Robaux Decision Tree randomly sends a gate to one of three outputs and then to one of three sub-outputs. Generate unpredictable rhythms. You can choose to route a gate to a single random output or play polyphonic gates. Utilize the knob to transition from total chaos to a repeating loop.The latch mode lets you hold an incoming gate. Pair it with a multimode filter to select various filter types. Use it to alternate between a variety of waveforms. The random input routing injects vibrancy into your sound.The DCSN 3 can also function as a traditional clock divider. The signal is split from half to 1/16 on the top four jacks. Additionally, a continuous sequence is output through the lower eight jacks. Odd divisions enable intricate rhythm creation. Utilize it at audio rate for polyphonic chords using just one square VCO.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.
€79.00*
Robaux - LL8-2

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Program your patterns like on a classic TR machine. Record patterns with your fingertips. Create random patterns at the touch of a button.Turn your patterns into exciting performances with the mute and fill function.The LL8ᴵᴵ has 16 patterns with up to 16 steps. Create longer rhythms by chaining multiple patterns.But that's not all: The lil eight is now polymetric! Each track can have a different length, length reset, legato and a probability function.For even more exciting performances, there's a new fill mode that repeats entire steps of the whole pattern!Enter the world of modular drums with the Robaux Little Eight II.Features:• Number of Tracks: 8• Number of Steps per Track: up to 16• Number of Patterns: 16 (chainable)• 1 x Clock In• 1 x Reset In• 8 x Trigger Out• 1 x MIDI Out (adapter required)• 20 x backlight silicon button padsDIY-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.
€135.00*
Robaux - SWT16+

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The Robaux SWT16+ is a 16-track eurorack trigger sequencer with up to 64 steps per track.The Sweet Sixteen Plus is perfect for triggering drums, envelopes or modulation sources.With the new member of the Robaux family, you can switch between eight different patterns.This will allow you to create even more exciting performances. You can store these patterns in up to 16 memory banks.Program your tracks step by step. Play your tracks on the fly. Or just use the new Euclidean rhythm generator.The new design has even more crazy flashing buttons! With the improved menu navigation, you can use the sequencer even more intuitive.The sequencer offers 16 different modes to create and modify rhythms. Modes are divided into four distinct areas:Create, Perform, Track Settings and Sequencer Settings.Randomize your tracks, move your steps or reverse your patterns. With these tools, you can discover entirely new rhythms.And the new Coin function adds even more variety to your beats.Features:• Number of Tracks: 16• Number of Steps per Track: up to 64• Number of Presets: 16• Number of Patterns per Preset: up to 8• 1 x Clock In• 1 x Reset In• 16 x Trigger Out• 1 x MIDI Out (Alternative firmware and adapter required)• 28 x backlight silicon button padsDIY-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.
€245.00*
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*
Sebsongs - Polyseq

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Designed with performance in mind, POLYSEQ delivers a flexible polyphonic step sequencing workflow. Any of the 8 memory slots can be programmed via external CV/GATE up to 64 steps in length. In playback mode, any of the three outputs can play back from any memory slot, making it possible to create polyphonic and polymetric sequences with low effort. POLYSEQ can be clocked internally with swing or externally via the clock input.Polyseq can be clocked internally (5-300 BPM) or externally. The internal clock has swing from 5 to 95% (Hold MODE and adjust the tempo pot).Beside CV and GATE, sequences can have rests, ties and glide. There’s also a skip function which steps forward in the sequence without overwriting anything. This is handy for editing sequences or changing the sequence length. Each channel can do forward, backward, ping-pong and random playback (Hold MODE and press channel switch to toggle through the modes). Each playback channel can also be clock divided from 1 through 8 (Hold MODE+CH and adjust the memory division rotary switch). Finally, each channel can be individually muted (Short press on channel switch, latching).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.
€159.00*
Shakmat - Knight's Gallop

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AlgoRhythmic Generator. Two outputs and five different rhythmic flavors multiply by a load of “algo-rhythmic” processing to result in a practically infinite number of polyrhythms. That’s the fundamental formula that produces the Knight's Gallop principle : a dual trigger generator providing sequences according to tables and modes.The source tables contain patterns such as the Euclidean polyrhythms, and the modes allow the user manipulate and mangle those patterns according to different algorithms. As the module has two outputs, it is a very powerful instrument to create diversified and instantaneous polyrhythms.Features:• Dual Output Trigger Generator• Variable length sequences (up to 16 steps)• Length and Pulse amount potentiometers and CV inputs• Shift + & shift - buttons allowing to shift the sequence forward and backward• Main mode (MN) providing a lot of utlity modes for the second output : reset, no shift, invert and reverse• Compute mode (CP) calculating associated sequences for the second output delivering very musical polyrythm• Random mode (RD) adding randomness on the second output sequence, 4 amounts of randomness determined by the sub mode• Dual mode (DL) allowing to set the two outputs seperatly• Record mode (RC) turning the Knight's Gallop into a “play your sequence on the buttons to record it” module• Five different kind of tables for five different rythmic flavours : Divider Sequences, Classic Euclidean, Revised Euclidean, Anti Euclidean & Split Sequences• User replaceable firmware chipDIY-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.
€134.47*