Utility Modules - 1st up MN Maths [Video] Mix, A-vert, Slew

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Post 31 Jul 2019

Polyend Poly 2

- [MPE compatibility]
- Still POWERS the KEYSTEP.

-12 configurable outputs
-8 voices of polyphony
-Beautiful OLED display
-Smart Thru feature
-Scale Quantization on board



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Post 31 Jul 2019

This is a Good Video on Polyend Poly V1


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Post 02 Aug 2019

Triplatt - the new Traitt, is here.

- Three channels of Uni/bi-Polarize-able CV or Audio

And, with the Flick of a switch,
- the First Channel Doubles (CV Value)
- the Second adds 5 Volts
- the Third Mutes.

Utah! Give me two!

In stock now. Control-Mod in Brooklyn is my Source.

https://intellijel.com/shop/eurorack/triplatt/
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Post 03 Aug 2019

Sorry, Selig. I had to grab two from Control-mod before you got there.

I was on the fence with MI Shades, but - I'm glad I waited.

TRIPLATT:
very precise,
the three easter eggs (times 2, plus 5, and NULL) are quite useful, and
it's stiff friendly as a mofo.

I'm happy with the small stuff.
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Post 03 Aug 2019

O1B wrote:
25 Nov 2018
Reverb Modules - in my experience - SUCK. So my go-to Reverb Guitar Pedal for Modular is Strymon Blue Sky (Love the Built in High and Low Damp. Priceless:
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maybe, Big Sky....
Wish they would put this in Eurorack like Magneto.
What do you think about Erica Black Hole?
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Post 03 Aug 2019

O1B wrote:
03 Aug 2019
Sorry, Selig. I had to grab two from Control-mod before you got there.

I was on the fence with MI Shades, but - I'm glad I waited.

TRIPLATT:
very precise,
the three easter eggs (times 2, plus 5, and NULL) are quite useful, and
it's stiff friendly as a mofo.

I'm happy with the small stuff.
O1B-Triplatt1of2.jpg
Ha, gotta be quicker in these parts - overdue for a visit to over to Brooklyn…
I love Triatt, an unassuming but ever so useful module. I prefer the new switches, but only two positions per knob (no negative unipolar)? Not sure the easter eggs do much for me, especially since they are specific to each knob (so you need to choose wisely when patching, or rearrange cabling as needed).

My next Eurorack will be FX based, for both my modular and external audio processing. Will want one of these for that rack for sure.
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Post 04 Aug 2019

You are absolutely Right, Selig. I can't believe I missed the Negative ONLY on Triatt. Nice.
Thanks! I grabbed one of the last few NEW ones floating around for $70.

I also have Mutes by DivKid. Nice module in its own right (Momentary position)

I'm interesting in your FX Journey.

Softube TSAR-1.... what did they put in there?! That thing is impossible to Beat.

Except by...:
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I haven't tried it, but, I have reservations on Magneto. I loathe that fake, glassy sound I hear sometimes.

selig wrote:
03 Aug 2019
O1B wrote:
03 Aug 2019
Sorry, Selig. I had to grab two from Control-mod before you got there.

I was on the fence with MI Shades, but - I'm glad I waited.

TRIPLATT:
very precise,
the three easter eggs (times 2, plus 5, and NULL) are quite useful, and
it's stiff friendly as a mofo.

I'm happy with the small stuff.
O1B-Triplatt1of2.jpg
Ha, gotta be quicker in these parts - overdue for a visit to over to Brooklyn…
I love Triatt, an unassuming but ever so useful module. I prefer the new switches, but only two positions per knob (no negative unipolar)? Not sure the easter eggs do much for me, especially since they are specific to each knob (so you need to choose wisely when patching, or rearrange cabling as needed).

My next Eurorack will be FX based, for both my modular and external audio processing. Will want one of these for that rack for sure.

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Post 11 Aug 2019

they are specific to each knob
They CAN be Specific to each knob..

You never need to
- "times 2?" or "divide by 2?" Speed, Pitch, Time, Space?
- Plus 5? Volts..
- Null? or, Mute?
- Check/Verify the Polarity RED/GREEN of the Signal?
All, without altering the Main/Source CV/Audio Signals...?

Those functions are quite useful in my tests...



selig wrote:
03 Aug 2019
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I love Triatt, an unassuming but ever so useful module. I prefer the new switches, but only two positions per knob (no negative unipolar)? Not sure the easter eggs do much for me, especially since they are specific to each knob (so you need to choose wisely when patching, or rearrange cabling as needed).
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Post Yesterday

UP NEXT. The 4ms Pingable Envelope Generator.

There's Maths... Then, there's the PEG.

PEG offers Proper Control of the Envelope:

- Ping. When you Want
While Maths can 'Cycle,' the speed of that cycle is not so easy to control.
PEG is two tap-tempo-able, or clock-able, or cycle-able Pings.

- Proper Control of Shape/Contour CURVE and SKEW
Both are AD/AR/RiseFall - Envelopes.. But, the PEG can go from Expo to Triangle to Sinish to Log, and a few others.
Damn if you can really tell what the envelope generated by Maths is - w/o a scope. I hate GUESSING.

- BiPolar Mode.
I had to learn the hard way. you can NOT convert a uni to a bipolar. at, least, I haven't found the module.
So... Maths by itself is useless of you need a BiPolar Wave Event - unless you can get those middle knobs swinging.

- Div/Mult. of the Clock.
Priceless. Sometimes, I just can't ping that fast - or slow. Those times, I reach for a 'X4... or /6'

https://4mscompany.com/peg.php?c=5
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A Godsend. (Released on 2012.)

I'm keeping my Maths, and hope to acquire a Mint used Function, as save some dough.
But, the PEG is quite the utility. I wish I could get 1/2PEG, on the side...


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