The touch plate keyboard has 29 keys and interprets the finger pressure by measuring how much skin has contact with the plates. An octave switch transposes the keyboard one or two octaves up.
The touch keyboard features two modes of operation: monophonic/arpeggiator or polyphonic.
The outputs in the POLY OUT section emit transposed copies of the keyboard CV: CV2 transposes up by two semitones, CV3 by four semitones and CV4 by seven semitones
Special features in the POLY OUT section:
- Gate 2-4:
- In monophonic mode the outputs give the same gate signal as Gate 1.
- In arpeggiator mode these outputs work as clock dividers for both internal or external clock.:
Gate 2: half tempo, Gate 3: one third of the tempo, Gate 4: one quarter tempo.
- All Pulses:
- In monophonic and polyphonic modes this socket always plays a pulse whenever a key is touched.
- In arpeggiator mode it's a clock divider with divisor 16
The arpeggiator has three modes of operation:
- synchronized to the external clock patched to the Trigger intput.
- synchronized to the internal clock generator, which tempo is set with the Time control.
When the Hold mode (left of the keyboard) is activated, the current arpeggio will be held. To change the arpeggio, just play new keys and press Hold again. To exit this mode let go all keys and press Hold once more.
Location Sensor: it's a ribbon controller which generates both a CV and a gate when touched.
Jumper on the PCB allow for determining the note priority (first note or last note) and the voltage range of the CV outputs (default setting 0-5V or 0-10V).
location sensor: CV out, gate out
arpeggiator: trigger in
monophonic: CV 1 out, Gate 1 out, pressure out
polyphonic: CV 2-4 outputs, Gate 2-4 outputs, all pulses output
3U Eurorack module, 84HP wide, 20mm deep
current draw: 50mA @ +12V, 40mA -+5V and 40mA @ -12V
requires a +5V operational voltage
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