Sonic Potions - Mal-2

Product information "Sonic Potions - Mal-2"
Mal-2 is a random signal generator mainly intended as CV modulation source. It has 2 modes of operation to provide you with smooth random goodness. Imagine Eris herself lends you a third hand to keep your patches interesting.

In the first mode the CHANGE knob morphs from a cubic interpolated (sine like shaped) random signal to a random walk function that could make a wallstreet broker delirious with joy.

In the second mode the CHANGE knob sets the self similarity. On the minimum setting the signal is completely random. On the maximum setting the random sequence is locked to a repeating, identical 8 step sequence. In between the sequence seamlessly morphs to new shapes over time.

This gives you a random CV where you can shape the bounds in which the chaos unfolds and goes far beyond a slew limited white noise.

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.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 60
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 5
DIY Level: Easy/Medium
Depth [mm]: 40
Width [HP]: 6
Format: 3U
Panel / Color: Silver Alu
Manufacturer "Sonic Potions"

Sonic Potions is run by Julian Schmidt, currently located in Schwärzelbach, Germany. I started getting involved in the SDIY scene around 2001, building my own synths as a hobby. Over the years I've build a lot of stuff, including some of the Midibox machines, modular gear, a simplesizer, the xoxbox and several circuit bending projects. I've been producing music since the mid 90's and have been playing several shows with my project 'A Boy and his SID' around 2005. Some of my tunes can be found at Soundcloud. In 2008 I made my engineering diploma (Dipl. Ing) in media and computer science at the THM Gießen/Friedberg on the topic of generative wavetable synthesis. Before founding Sonic Potions, I worked for several years as a developer in the music industry on projects including the Scope DSP platform and the John Bowen Solaris synthesizer.

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