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Noise Generator with state-variable VCF and VCA

An all-in-one noise ‚voice‘. A white noise generator followed by a state-variable VCF (switchable between band-, high-, or lowpass characteristic) with adjustable resonance (Q) and a VCA makes this module ideal for most standard noise applications. The integrated filter provides a wide range of rich and colourful noise sounds. The VCF has a 2nd input, allowing one to combine external audio with noise, or to replace the VCF’s noise input completely with an external source.
Further, there is a sub audio output providing a random CV for modulations.
The VCA’s CV mode can be switched between exponential and linear characteristic, with a muting option when the switch is in its middle position; the ‚Offset‘ knob allows one to shift the VCA’s start point by adding a negative or positive voltage to the VCA’s CV input.

  • Width: 10 HP

  • 3 direct Outputs: 
    - White Noise 
    - Sub F (Random CV)
    -  VCF Out (Coloured Noise) 

  • Switchable VCF characteristic:
    - Highpass (12dB)
    - Bandpass (6dB)
    - Lowpass (12dB)

  • Adjustable filter resonance (Q)

  • Switchable 2nd VCF signal input:
    -  White noise only
    -  White noise & external signal combined
    -  External signal only

  • VCA with switchable CV mode:
    - linear CV
    - 0 (mute)
    - exponential CV

  • Optionally with banana sockets (on request) 

  • Dimensions: 128,5 x 50,5 mm; Depth: ca. 40mm

  • Power consumption: ca. 42 mA (positive rail)

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  • Noise VCA
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  • Germany

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