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  • vincâ
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    • vincâ

    • £189.00
    • vincâ is a two channel voltage controlled amplifier with both parallel and series routing capabilities. Each VCA has a different architecture allowing them to offer unique functionality that both contrasts and compliments one another. The top VCA has Input Bias and Input Attenuverter controls over its four-quadrant multiplication capabilities. The bottom VCA has an amplitude control that also acts as…
  • [2]f
    • [2]f
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    • [2]f

    • £79.00
    • Faders are oft considered a superior interface. The [2]f module gives you two manual faders providing linear uni-polar positive output control voltages, 0–5V or 0–10V defined using the jumpers on the back. [2]f | [2]Ef | noun (utility) because two is one, and one is none MANUAL
  • SCÍON
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    • SCÍON

    • £280.00
    • The SCÍON is a biofeedback sensor built into a quad random voltage generator. This design is based on the MidiSprout by Datagarden (https://www.midisprout.com/) It translates biofeedback data, sourced from contact with organic surfaces, into musically useful control signals. Tiny fluctuations in surface conductance on organic materials stimulate control voltage and gate signal changes that can be used to modulate and…
  • tágh Ltd (Legacy)
    • tágh Ltd (Legacy)
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    • tágh Ltd (Legacy)

    • Sample and Hold circuits have been a central building block to modular systems since the very beginning and for good reason. tágh incorporates all the essentials you’d expect from a sample and hold module with some added touches. An internal analogue noise source is normalised to the sample input, this can be internally clocked, scaled, slewed and rectified for a…
  • Aithēr (Legacy)
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      Aithēr (Legacy)
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    • Aithēr (Legacy)

    • £300.00
    • Aithēr is a control signal connectivity hub which bridges the gaps between analogue CV, midi and OSC over a wireless network. That’s right! The Aithēr brings your modular system into the future as part of the ‘internet of things’. It can generate its own ad hoc network for connecting devices over wifi or can also connect to existing wifi networks.

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