MIDI Gate with 4 potentiometer adjustable gate outs and 8 Gate outs. All sum of 12 Gates out. Midi on/midi off equal gate high/ gate low. 12 keyboard notes.
- MIdi in
- first 4 adjustable Gates out
- and 8 Gate out
- 12 Gatest out.
Arch VCO MKII
Analog 3340 Voltage Controlled Oscillator with “7” waveforms (Ramp, Triangle, Square/Pulse, Sine and Sub-square /2 & /4). Hard- and Soft-sync.
Speak & Math
This is my Circuit Bent Speak & Math. As of now it has Volume knob, Pitch knob, 6 push buttons for Loops and Glitches, Oscillator button, Vocal filter and more. I will be adding and Improving it still with midi and stuff but it looks like this at the moment…Ill add audiosamples soon. I also have a Speak & Read I will be showing soon, when i get to work on these more.
Hip Bass Drum
Hip Bass Drum is a simple but great sounding Analog Bass Drum that can be set to sound like everything from Roland tr808 to Eurotechno “click” bass drum sound. Its based on the classic Polyphony Craig Anderton Hip Bass Drum magazine article.
Dual Drum Evelope is an simple envelope generator with decay control and a leveled envelope out and one full envelope outout. Suitable for drum sounds when connected to a VCO/VCF/VCA
VCF1 Custom – A Brutal MS-20 Work-Alike 2 Pole OTA Voltage Controlled Low-pass Filter with dirty tunable screaming oscillation at more than 70% of the Resonance. It has an Evelope Follower that can be applied to the cutoff frequency. Hide your speakers and turn down your headphones, because this is loud :#Q “Custom” is a unique commissioned build. Real version will be on here soon…
Single VCO with multiple waveforms
“Arch” 424 is a voltage-controlled oscillator. This VCO’s frequency range is wide, Can be used as VCLFO. It can produce four waveforms simultaneously: square, sawtooth, triangle, PWM and sine wave (sawtooth shape is not perfect yet). The frequency or pitch of the VCO is determined by tuning (Pitch and Fine) knob, and by the voltage present at the CV inputs.
You can control the pulse width of the square wave either by hand, or by voltage control – Pulse Width Modulation or PWM.
If perfect pitch is required better VCO is recommended. For a perfect sawtooth this is not recommended.