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Erica Synths Sample Drum

$369.00
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Product number: CV3096

Dual Channel Sample Slicer/Rearranger

  • +12V 64mA
    -12V 2mA
    +5V 0mA
    Width 14HP
    Depth 30mm

Description

Dual Channel Sample Slicer/Rearranger

Sample Drum allows you to slice up loops directly in your modular system and rearrange them to taste. For processing, there are tuning functions (including 1 v / octave pitch tracking) and virtual VCAs plus AD envelopes. Thanks to the module’s dual-channel concept, two loops can be combined. It is also possible to load one-shot samples instead of entire rhythms, of course. A total of six CV inputs guarantees lively results.

Sample Drum is composed of two identical audio players. WAV files (including cue points) are fed to the module via a micro SD card. Loops can be cut into several sections using the Data, Start and End potentiometers. The resulting slices may be played back in any order imaginable. A tune control allows real-time pitch changes. Additionally, there is a virtual VCA plus AD envelope per slice. – But that’s not all! There are three CV inputs per channel, which can be routed to any parameters. It is even possible to play sounds according to the 1 v / octave standard. Results are emitted via one output per player.

Features
• Sample playback with fast trigger response
• Various effects for real time sample processing
• Sample recording functionality
• Manual and automatic sample slicing
• Cue point loading from WAV files
• 1V/Oct tracking
• 3 assignable CV inputs per channel
• Preset memory
• User-friendly interface
• Performance mode
• 16 GB SD card with factory preset samples included

In the Box
• The module itself
• Eurorack Power Cable

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