4 Voices of Quantization with 10 Octaves range

Keyboard Mode (using Buttons as triggers) User definable Scales: any scale is possible. Simple Intuitive menu with settings such as: User definable NOTES Intervals for Chord generation Quantization types: Above, Below, Ignore Definable Gate Out Length Octave Offsets  
Menu Reaction Time can be adjusted and saved. Assignable CV Input for Menu Functions 5 Diferent Scale Temperaments including Bohlen-Pierce Microtonal options for more than 12 notes per Octave Transpose through CV input Compatible with both Moog and Buchla Standards Independent Voice Fine Tunning Tuning Reset to 1v/perOctave Tuning settings safely stored in non-volatile memory. 11 User Presets for easy recalling User’s favorite scales and settings.  
Although this is also described in our Shop Policy page, it is worth stressing that, by virtue of being a small team and not outsourcing a great part of our production, long story short, we sort of make your order on demand.
After you place an order, it takes 15 business-days to be ready to ship.
This is why you'll see this module as 'in stock', but this in fact means that we do have all its parts and can produce your module. Thanks for understanding, and for choosing us!

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  • ADDAC207 Intuitive Quantizer
  • Black
  • 2018
Made In
  • Portugal

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