The three outputs to the left produce, similar to a sample & hold, stepped random voltages with random probabilities of the spread. The internal clock generator is used here as well as an internal noise signal which acts as a sample source for the S&H. Instead of the noise you can apply an external sampling signal. It can be coltrolled in level what will affect the random voltages. The voltage controllable parameter SLEW smoothes the stepped voltages.
The clock can be tapped at an individual output.
Two outputs carry a random sawtooth signal - the first output is phase inverted, the second output has positive polarity. The coltage controlled parameter Slowe affects the level and polarity of the sawtooths. The positive sawtooth output is normalized to the clock rate CV input and allows for a easy to create random clock.
Random gate signals are generated, depending on the state of the random sawtooth. The sawtooth´s level is being analysed and when exceeding a adjustable threshold a gate signal with controlable length is produced. Both parameters, threshold and length are voltage controllable.
Generally all Cwejman modules are screened against interferences, protected against reverse polarity and contain calibration options on the backside, see big photo.
attention: Unlike other manufacturers, the red stripe of Cwejman's flat ribbon cable indicates the positive +12V rail, not the negative one!
CV outputs for:
- stepped random voltages with high, normal and high spread probability
- inverted sawtooth signal
- positive sawtooth signal
CV and gate inputs for:
- external sample signal
- clock rate
- clock retrigger
- amount of slew
- gate threshold
- gate length.
3U Eurorack module, 16HP wide, ~25mm deep