ADSR (4 Stage Envelope Generator) The Pittsburgh Modular ADSR is a four stage envelope generator with independently adjustable Attack, Decay, Sustain, and Release stages. An envelope generator is used to shape control voltages such as the gate of ... more info
Both envelope generators are identical and provide control voltages that can be used for dynamic change of all voltage controlled parameters, such as; frequency, amplitude, pulse width, cutoff. The most common use is controlling a filters cutoff ... more info
The ADSRjr is an envelope generator with many features. Standard gate input jack is normalled to the Doepfer bus gate signal. Three time ranges cover times from tiny to huge. Linear or expo curves are jumper selectable. A cycle button creates ... more info
The expansion module brings out a metric boatload of features: CV control of each segment, trigger button and jack, buttons replace the linear/expo jumpers, end of attach, decay and release outputs, and an inverted output. Expansion Features: CV ... more info
The Audio Frequency Generator is a true vintage-style analogue VCO capable of producing unique, harmonically complex waveforms. Outside, the AFG presents the user with extensive panel controls for maximum flexibility and usability… inside, the pure ... more info
I am wiring the board so it is hot the moment you insert a cable in the input jack. That is the way most pedals are but I chose to design them so it would be on only when the pedal was engaged. Since in some instances it created a pop, I am ... more info
The Ai-2 is an audio interface which allows you to easily connect modules with mixer consoles, tape recorders or any kind of DAW with XLR balanced inputs and outputs. The gain compensation is provided by the GAIN TRIM knobs in the range of 20 dB. ... more info
This is the Akai MPC60 II, Serial #C9225-00811. The condition is 4.5 out of 5 (pretty much like brand new).
The Diabolical Devices modified Alesis HR-16 is really fun. It still can be played and programmed normally. This particular HR-16 has two knobs: one master pitch control via sample rate reduction, and a 12-way switching pot accessing 12 global bends.
The Diabolical Devices modified Alesis HR-16 is really fun. It still can be played and programmed normally. This particular HR-16 has a master pitch control via sample rate reduction controlled by a single knob on top. The guys have also come up ... more info
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