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333modules - Puhsbuttom

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4 x Buttom gates (Anm. d. Red.: we think it means „buttons“)Features:• 4 x manual buttom gatesDIY-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.
€66.00*
333modules - Rooter

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Sequential switch, 4 inputs / outputs to one common input / output with pot selector-CV and mute.Features:• Bi-direccional• 4 inputs / outputs• Common input / 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.
€84.00*
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4ms - Percussion Interface & Expander

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The Percussion Interface (PI) and PI Expander are a pair of Eurorack modules that generate gates and envelopes from acoustic drums, samplers, drum machines, and virtually any audio source.Converting microphone, instrument, line and modular signals into CV and clock/gate signals, the PI and PI Expander are suited for synchronizing sequencers or other modules to the rhythm of an audio track or live percussion. The modules can simultaneously be used as a pre-amp for microphones or line-level signals, while generating inverted envelopes useful for side-chaining. The PI module contains all the core functionality and can be used without the Expander to conserve space. The Expander requires the main PI modules and adds three gain stage options, a modular-level audio output jack, a 1/4" (6.35mm) input jack, and envelope attenuation capabilities. The two modules are only sold together, they are not available separately.Features:• Sensitivity knob, Low/Medium/High gain switch, and clipping LED• Sustain control to prevent misfires, increase gate length, and control the envelope• Envelope decay control• Non-inverted and inverted envelope outputs, useful for side chaining• Four envelope outputs: two attenuated with independent attenuators, and two non-attenuated• Envelope following or generation modes• Gate output for clocking sequencers or any unit with a clock or trigger input• Compatibility with drums, pads, samplers, microphones, piezos, drum machines, etc.• 1/8" or 1/4" input jack (6.35mm)
€126.00* €175.16* (28.07% saved)
ADDAC System - 200 Pedal Integrator

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This small utility is the pedal lover's best friend, it allows 2 diferent chains of pedals to be independently connected to your synth.The Send channels attenuate the synth level to instrument level.The Return channels amplify the signal from instrument to synth level.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.
€84.20*
ADDAC System - 203 CV Mapping

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This is a new revision of one of our first modules, back from 2010. Now more compact in 6 HP and with an Offset CV input.The incoming signal amplitude is controlled by a [GAIN] attenuverter circuit allowing to attenuate the signal as well as invert its phase. A back jumper can set the maximum gain amount to either x1 (unity gain) or x10. DIY modifications can be made by changing its resistors. After the Gain an offset can be added to the signal, displacing the signal up or down (-5V to +5V) this can be adjusted using the [OFFSET] knob and CV input.When using no input using the [OFFSET] knob and CV input will generate an output between -5V and +5V.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.
€97.82*
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.
€146.22*
ADDAC System - 216 Sum & Difference

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There are two equal sections in this module labeled A and B.This module is a peculiar type of mixer that instead of just summing two input signals (X & Y), it also allows the possibility to subtract the two signals.It works both for audio and CV signals and hence allows for the possibility to get the diference of two CVs or cancel the phase of two audio signals. The resulting signal, of sum or subtraction, is then routed through a switchable (on/off) full rectification circuit labeled: Absolute. After this the gain of the mixed signal goes through another attenuverter labeled: Amplitude to control the resulting signal gain which, being an attenuverter, also allows the possibility to invert the incoming signal. After the Amplitude comes an AC/DC coupling switch followed by an bipolar Offset knob.Besides the normal output there’s also an inverted output for each of the A & B sections.The outputs of section A & B are also summed and sent to the Average Output.Using a single input, just the X or Y input, the module can also be used as a simple dual Attenuverter & Offset CV processor with full rectification and AC coupling options.Features:• 2 independent sections each with:• 2 inputs with gain attenuverters• Amplitude attenuverter and bipolar Offset• Absolute/Bipolar and AC/DC switches• Output and inverted output• 2 leds monitor the Output polarities and gain.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.
€132.00*
ADDAC System - 304 Manual Gates

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With the ADDAC304 Manual Gates you'll be getting 8 manual gates (0 +5v) in a nifty package - a perfect way to perform on and control your modular system.The ADDAC304 comes with an interesting twist: 4 out of the 8 available gates can act as momentary switches, outputting the signals in their respective inputs when each gate’s button is pressed.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.
€75.63*
ADDAC System - 305 Manual Latches

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The ADDAC305 Manual Latches is a combination of 8 manual latching switches in a small and elegant module: each button toggles between Gate high / Gate low when pressed, outputting a 5V gate signal. Additionally, 4 of the 8 available latches sport inputs and can act as manual latching switches, allowing the incoming signal to pass to the output when the button is toggled.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.
€90.76*
ADDAC System - 306 VC Transitions

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ADDAC306 is a 5 channel multi-directional CV generator.You can think of it as a "sweet spot" controller, or a hands-on way of transiting from one state to another.Each of the five channels has MINIMUM, SPAN and DIRECTION controls, a common CV IN and a common TRANSITION CONTROLLER slider.MINIMUM sets the minimum channel voltage.SPAN sets the voltage range of the channel.It essentially sets the maximum voltage that can be output from the channel, relative to what the current channel MINIMUM is. For a given SPAN value, if the MINIMUM voltage is changed then the maximum voltage output from that channel will also change respectively.DIRECTION sets whether the voltage transition for each channel goes from MINIMUM to maximum, or maximum to MINIMUM.The TRANSITION CONTROLLER slider controls the transition from the minimum value (A) to the maximum value (B) or vice versa, according to the settings of each independent channel.Moving this slider generates 5 different voltages with 5 different ranges and directions. The transition can also be operated from a CV source at the CV IN, in which case the slider position acts as an attenuator for the incoming voltage.The maximum range of each channel can be set to either 5 or 10 volts, by 5 jumpers in the back of the module. Only positive voltages are generated at the output.Using the CV IN you can use two ADDAC306 modules to expand your control options to 9 voltage outputs under one common slider control.Use the VC Transitions to multiply the polyphony of a single CV sequencer by passing its outputs through the ADDAC207.VC Transitions makes for an awesome state transition controller. Plug its outputs to various CV controller parameters of your audio effects modules. Set the slider to position A, and set the minimum values for each channel. Then move the slider to position B and set the SPAN settings for each channel. Use the TRANSITION CONTROLLER slider to morph from state A to state B and backwards. Flip the DIRECTION switches to change the direction of the transition for each channel. Use the CV IN to automate the transition using LFOs, ADSRs or sequencers.Plug the output of your ADSR envelope to the CV IN and set the channels differently to get 5 different ADSRs from one common source.This module's development was based on an initial idea by Konstantine Fioretos.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.
€114.86*
ADDAC System - 309 CV To Expression

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ADDAC309 CV to Expression allows a simple and straight forward connection between modular and effect pedals that features expression pedal TRS inputs.Instead of using an expression pedal into the effects pedal the user can use this module in between a CV source and the effects pedal to be controlled. This is a great way to control the available parameters on the effects pedals straight from a CV source.ADDAC309 features 2 channels each with a CV input with attenuator and a 1/4" jack output.This is a passive module, the power needed for operation is taken from the pedal power instead of the modular frame, this allows for perfect matching of the pedal’s operating voltage which can range from 3,3 V to 9 V.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.
€49.41*
ADDAC System - 714 Vintage Clip

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ADDAC714 is a dual channel soft clipping module.Diode based passive clipping acts as a “brick wall” limiter with a fixed knee given by the inherent diode physics. A passive RC low pass circuit adds a 3,3KHz -3db low pass filter which sculpts the overall tone while also adding further character to the effect.At the top an On/Off [BYPASS] switch routes the signal into the Effect (Up: Active) or to the bottom output gain stage (Down: Bypassed).The amount of clipping is set by the [GAIN] control, it mostly works as a threshold control for how much clipping will be applied. As more clipping is applied the signal’s amplitude will also decrease, to compensate for this we set up a gain compensation stage to keep the output amplitude balanced across the Gain range.Symmetry chooses between bipolar clipping or positive clipping, this relates to the harmonics generated, bipolar for odd and even harmonics (up position) and unipolar for odd harmonics only (down position).At the second stage, an op-amp based x2 output gain with a clipping led, which monitors the clipping at the output, and an [Output] control to set the output volume.Having the top and middle gain stages provides flexibility allowing the user to completely distort the signal on the top stage and tame it’s output level with the second stage.At the bottom, Input jacks for both channels (Left input is normalled into Right input) and output jacksDIY-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.
€100.84*
ADDAC System - 900 Power Delay NEW - PDN

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This small board was designed to bring some extra flexibility and customization regarding powering up a modular system.Whenever a modular system is turned on there's a current spike upon startup that will momentarily influence the PSU output and can take up to a couple seconds for the PSU to stabilize to it's stated specifications. PSUs can also have some delay between their power lines where one polarity is provided prior to the second one. They also commonly have a ramp like startup. All this is common and normally not a problem. While most modules are fine with this situation, there are others that can suffer from this and in a worst case scenario won't startup correctly. Some modules can also be sensitive to the timing of the ±12v, some may require both to arrive at the same time others won't start if -12v arrives prior to the +12v, etc.This small board allows to time the deployment of power to a specific module, it can delay each power line independently by 3 seconds, meaning that after powering up your modular it will wait for 3 seconds until it will provide power to the specific module connected to it. This delay time can also be customized by the user replacing a couple capacitors.Using this small board with more sensitive modules allow them to power up at a time past the initial spike and where the PSU is already stable and it will guarantee that the ±12V is delivered at exactly the same time.Besides this very technical use there are other creative and useful uses, for example plug it to those specific modules that "drive" your patch, like a sequencer or a clock and have them power up later so that other modules have time to start up and stabilize before starting up the clock. Go even deeper in this idea and have diferent 900PDs with diferent capacitors that will allow you to "program" a sequential module power up, useful for generative patches that run on a power timer in exhibitions and galleries.One more useful hack is to use it in those cases where your frame won't power up due to the initial current "spike", making it going over its limits and trip the protection mechanism failing to startup. The usual "hack" is to unplug one or two modules allowing it to power up and then connect the extra modules in. ***Warning*** power up issues like these simply means your PSU is close to its maximum and the pcb shouldn't be used as a permanent fix and we advise upgrading the PSU. However it will make it easier in that situation where you add one last minute module for that gig in a few hours and that extra module trips the psu protection, then as a temporary hack the pcb will make it easier for the frame to power up at the gig.There are 2 sets of jumpers to independently set the power line to be delayed, -12V, +12V or both.This pcb will be plugged onto your busboard and, in turn, allow a ribbon power cable to be connected to it.There are 2 models ADDAC901PDO for Old style Busboards and ADDAC901PDN for New style BusboardsDISCLAIMER: Both the ADDAC901PDO and the ADDAC901PDN are not to be used with modules that require external +5V supply.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.
€14.12*
ADDAC System - 900 Power Delay OLD - PDO

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This small board was designed to bring some extra flexibility and customization regarding powering up a modular system.Whenever a modular system is turned on there's a current spike upon startup that will momentarily influence the PSU output and can take up to a couple seconds for the PSU to stabilize to it's stated specifications. PSUs can also have some delay between their power lines where one polarity is provided prior to the second one. They also commonly have a ramp like startup. All this is common and normally not a problem. While most modules are fine with this situation, there are others that can suffer from this and in a worst case scenario won't startup correctly. Some modules can also be sensitive to the timing of the ±12v, some may require both to arrive at the same time others won't start if -12v arrives prior to the +12v, etc.This small board allows to time the deployment of power to a specific module, it can delay each power line independently by 3 seconds, meaning that after powering up your modular it will wait for 3 seconds until it will provide power to the specific module connected to it. This delay time can also be customized by the user replacing a couple capacitors.Using this small board with more sensitive modules allow them to power up at a time past the initial spike and where the PSU is already stable and it will guarantee that the ±12V is delivered at exactly the same time.Besides this very technical use there are other creative and useful uses, for example plug it to those specific modules that "drive" your patch, like a sequencer or a clock and have them power up later so that other modules have time to start up and stabilize before starting up the clock. Go even deeper in this idea and have diferent 900PDs with diferent capacitors that will allow you to "program" a sequential module power up, useful for generative patches that run on a power timer in exhibitions and galleries.One more useful hack is to use it in those cases where your frame won't power up due to the initial current "spike", making it going over its limits and trip the protection mechanism failing to startup. The usual "hack" is to unplug one or two modules allowing it to power up and then connect the extra modules in. ***Warning*** power up issues like these simply means your PSU is close to its maximum and the pcb shouldn't be used as a permanent fix and we advise upgrading the PSU. However it will make it easier in that situation where you add one last minute module for that gig in a few hours and that extra module trips the psu protection, then as a temporary hack the pcb will make it easier for the frame to power up at the gig.There are 2 sets of jumpers to independently set the power line to be delayed, -12V, +12V or both.This pcb will be plugged onto your busboard and, in turn, allow a ribbon power cable to be connected to it.There are 2 models ADDAC901PDO for Old style Busboards and ADDAC901PDN for New style BusboardsDISCLAIMER: Both the ADDAC901PDO and the ADDAC901PDN are not to be used with modules that require external +5V supply.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.
€14.12*
AtoVproject - cLFO

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Introducing our innovative Complex Low Frequency Oscillator (cLFO) - The cLFO is an instrument for those who believe in pushing the limits of modulation. Featuring two CV-controlled LFOs that intricately intermodulate and are seamlessly integrated with a ring modulator, this module elevates your synthesis and sound design to unprecedented levels.Crafted with a focus on cross and self-patching, the cLFO invites you to explore the endless possibilities of modulation. Dive into creating continuously variable waveforms, exponential shapes, bouncing ball effects, immersive stereo soundscapes and many other sonic wonders!Each LFO outputs Triangle, Saw, and Square waves. The Triangle output of LFO1 is normalled to the CV input of LFO2 with attenuation. The addition of a ring modulator to this setup draws from years of the designer's own experimental projects. It is an invitation to experiment with effects traditionally reserved for audio in the realm of modulation. A ring modulated LFO delivers the rhythmical essence of a conventional LFOs but with an added complexity and variability that ensures your soundscapes are always evolving.This module offers an expansive modulation frequency range, with speed adjustments from as slow as 2 minutes per cycle to as fast as 20 cycles per second. With CV control, frequencies can stretch from 13 hours per cycle to 400 cycles per second, ensuring unparalleled versatility in your modulation explorations.Accompanying the cLFO is a detailed manual filled with lots of patch idea designed to elevate your sound design skills to new levels.Dive into the world of advanced modulation manipulation with cLFO.Stay inspired! Stay innovative!Features:• Two analog LFOs• Control voltage over LFO frequency• 3 waveform outputs per LFO: Triangle, Square and Sawtooth (LFO1 - ramp down; LFO2 ramp up)• Wide frequency range: 2 minutes - 0.05s (20Hz) without CV and 13 hours to 400Hz with CV• Ring Modulator (aka four quadrant multiplier aka bipolar VCA)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.
€191.60*
Befaco - CV Thing

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CV Thing is a fully mappable CV to MIDI converter in just 6HP. Its based on our VCMC module, but aiming for small and compact performance rigs. It has eight inputs that can be mapped to any MIDI message quite easily thanks to its simple and intuitive user interface. CCs, Program change ,V/Oct to Note or Clock are some of the messages that can be configured to easily control MIDI gear from your modular rig.Features:• Class-compliant USB MIDI and TRS connectors.• TRS to DIN5 Type A adaptor included.• 8 CV inputs.• Controls fully mappable to any MIDI message (CC, Notes, Program change, Clock, ST/SP, NRPN…)• Configurations are saved both in internal memory and via Sysex.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.
€177.60*
Befaco - Dual Atenuverter

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The Dual Atenuverter is a CV/Audio utility module designed to attenuate, invert and apply offset to an input signal.The IN of the first channel is normalled to the IN of the second so it can be used as a two-channel splitter.Features:• The “ATENUVERTER” pot will multiply your signal by 1 when turned clockwise and -1 when turned anti-clockwise.• The “OFFSET” control can add +/- 10V DC to the output. Useful as a manually controlled DC source when no input is connected.• Bicolour LEDs glow red when the output is positive and green when negative meaning this module works well as a CV monitor.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.
€60.00*
Befaco - Hexpander

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Hexpander adds great functionality to Hexmix module. Featuring Three aux send with stereo returns, individual outputs for each channel, complete PFL system and balanced output.Hexpander is designed to be placed on top of Hexmix. Expanding Eurorack concept to 6U, allows every channel to be aligned as in traditional tabletop mixers.Features:• Three auxiliar sends with stereo returns and individual controls per channel.• Pre and Post Fader/EQ outputs.• Selectable Line/Modular level at return inputs.• Monitor section with PFL per channel.• Individual PostEq output per channel.• Master section with Headphones amp and balanced line outputsDIY-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.
€267.60*
Befaco - Joystick

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A compact attenuverting (attenuator-inverter) joystick controller and Gate Generator. With it, you can generate and process two control voltages using only one hand. Provided controls for CV ranges and offset adjust the boundaries of your control, this way it never gets out of the desired range, ensuring sensibility and playability even with wild performance gestures.Features:• Robust arcade style joystick for manually generating either CV with Range and Offset control or attenuating two input signals• Two push buttons to generate gates manually.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.
€114.00*
Befaco - MEX

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MEX, is a gate expander for Muxlicer! It adds a new line of gates to Muxlicer’s sequence, where you can choose to turn off the step, output same number of gates as muxlicer, or sending just one. A very simple concept, that provides great flexibilty! And greatest thing: you can daisy chain them so you can add as many as desired!Features:• Extra 8-Step Gate Sequencer for Muxlicer• Three modes of operation selectable per step.• Several units can be daisy-chained to create entire sets of different patterns.• Powered directly from the Muxlicer.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.
€58.80*