The pulse generator can emit clock or random signals. A potentiometer determines its rate. Results can be tapped off at the pulse connector. The output is normalized to the trigger input of the module’s sample and hold respectively track and hold circuit. Its mode of operation can be changed by a switch. Material for the scanning process gets fed to the module via a second input. As long as there’s no cable plugged in, the white noise generator is used as signal source. Additionally, there is an output for pink noise. The slew section is equipped with a signal input, a potentiometer for editing the rate as well as an output.
Outputs for the pulse generator, white and pink noise
Trigger and In connectors, Hold output (S&H)
Input and output (Slew processor)
1U Eurorack module, 22 HP wide, 29 mm in depth
Power consumption: 22 mA at +12 V and 19 mA at -12 V