arbhar (Coming Soon)

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arbhar heralds a new generation of granular processing in eurorack. Sampled audio can be chopped into tiny grains, scattered, shaped, re-pitched, reversed and layered for an endless range of audio manipulation from seamless frozen tones to mutated acousmatic madness.

Featuring a condenser microphone set into the front panel, built in audio analysis for automatic sampling and internal modulation over various parameters; this is truly a granulator like no other.

arbhar | ˈɑɾˠuːɾˠ | noun (envelope) a containing structure or layer, a curve joining the successive peaks of a modulated wave

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Description

Size

18HP
Depth: 42mm

Power

+12V: 210mA
–12V: 30mA

Features

  • Granular processor (Lexer method)
  • Two granular engines available simultaneously:
    1. controlled by intensity and grain length settings (up to 24 grains)
    2. externally triggered grains (up to 20 grains)
  • Manual and automatic playhead control for granular textures and time stretched audio playback (Scan/Follow mode)
  • Sampling wavetable oscillator
  • 6 sample buffers (10 second record time each)
  • Built in condenser microphone
  • Dedicated analogue input pre-amplifier
  • Audio onset analysis for automatic capture control
  • LED display for amplitude, length, scan, spray
  • Trigger out
  • Forward/Reverse grain playback probability control
  • Internal random/quantised pitch modulation
  • 1V/OCT cv pitch control
  • Dynamic grain windowing
  • Included 2HP CV expander for additional CV control

Description

arbhar heralds a new generation of granular processing in eurorack. Sampled audio can be chopped into tiny grains, scattered, shaped, re-pitched, reversed and layered for an endless range of audio manipulation from seamless frozen tones to mutated acousmatic madness.

Featuring a condenser microphone set into the front panel, built in audio analysis for automatic sampling and internal modulation over various parameters; this is truly a granulator like no other.

Introducing the world for the first time to the Dr Lexer methodology of granular processing.

It is as the old saying goes … “Nicht verzagen, Lexer fragen”.