Multifunction gap-filler (Dual trigger to signal converter on the packaging)
|Lifetime||08/14 to 10/17|
|Processor||STM32F103CBT6 @ 72 MHz|
Original printed manual
Four in one...
ADSR envelope generator
- Segment durations ranging from 0.2ms to 8s.
- Quartic attack, exponential decay, exponential release.
LFO and tap-tempo LFO
- 0.03 Hz to 160 Hz.
- 5 basic waveforms: square, triangle, sine, stepped, random.
- Waveform variations and morphing for each of these: PWM, slope, folding/harmonics, step size, interpolation.
- Phase at reset control.
- Tap LFO can lock onto irregular rhythms.
- Channel 1: 808 kick model with extra parameters (tune, punch).
- Channel 2: 808 snare model with extra parameters (tune, decay).
- Channel 2: A specific combination of settings transform the snare into a modelled 808 hi-hat.
- Twin: Channel 1&2 share the same parameters but can be triggered independently.
- Split: Channel 1 is edited by knobs 1&2, channel 2 edited by knobs 3&4, with a simplified 2-parameter control scheme.
- Expert: Channel 1&2 are completely independent.
- Inputs: 100k impedance, threshold at 0.6V.
- 16-bit CV/audio generation with 48kHz sample rate.
- Output level: 0 to +8V for envelopes, 10Vpp for LFOs and drum signals.
Revisions and variants
An initial batch of 250 units was made by a dubious CM in the US, only a small fraction of which has been sold. The next batches were made in France at the end of 2014.
First batch made in France, labelled "v0.2":
- Green PCB (originally black).
Hardware revision labelled "v3" with the following differences:
- Thonkiconn jacks.
- LEDs with round top (originally flat).
- Illuminated push-buttons sourced from RunRun (originally E-switch), with a more even illumination.
- No trimmers in the back, the calibration being now performed in software.