- Pink noise (-3db/oct - low frequency biased)
- White noise (flat - equal frequency balanced) - Blue noise (+3db/oct - high frequency biased)
- CV Input controls the probable rate of random voltage change
- Knob offsets the probable rate change from slow 0.05hz to 50hz - CV Output of voltages with LED indicating the fluctuation rate
- Pulse Input activates a random stepped voltage at the Output
- The knob offsets the varying number of steps from setting 1 to setting 6
- CV Input controls the number of steps
- n+1 is more locally scaled in the 5V range
- 2^n is more equally distributed over a 10V range
- Pulse Input activates a random stepped voltage at the CV Outputs
- The left CV Output is an evenly distributed random voltage
- The right CV Output has a potentiometer and CV input to determine the random voltage distribution.
- CV In affects the “curve” distribution of the right CV Output
- The knob offsets the “curve” distribution of the right CV Output.
Fully counterclockwise skews in favor of lower voltages. The middle is a bell curve distribution and clockwise skews toward higher voltages.
- Input is looking for discrete or stepped voltages
- The knob proportionally smooths out the incoming voltage from 0.01
(no smoothing) to 10 (dramatic smoothing, glissandi)
- CV Input controls the smoothing potentiometer
- TR1 is a trimmer on the back of the module, it adjust the range of the Integrator.
- Pulse Input samples the voltage at the CV Input
- Pulse “alt” divides the incoming pulse into alternating pulse outputs
- CV Input for periodic, continuous or fluctuating voltages
- CV Output of the complete voltages
- CV Output “alt” divides the voltages into alternating outputs (great for ping pong effects)
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