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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Amp Module
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Cat: 655797 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Analog amplifier module in Eurorack format - 8HP
Notes: The amplifier (AMP) is a 2 stage Class A discrete design using 3 pairs of hand matched transistors. Envelope is usually applied to ST1/1. ST1/2 goes thru an attenuverter and can be used for envelope or modulation. ST2/1 goes to the 2nd stage, and is typically used for volume control. ST2/2 goes thru an attenuverter and is typically used for modulation.

The AMP, the 5089, and the 3003 are Class A circuits. They draw more current from the +12 rail than from the -12 volt rail. If the system power supply is under-sized, hum or buzz may be heard. In that case, larger filter capacitors and/or a larger power transformer will be needed. The 4075 draws equally from both rails, and is more immune to hum. Like our filters Boomstar Modular AMPs are hand-built entirely in the U. S. of A - just ask Rachael Herbison!

Potentiometer Potential:
Two attenuverters and two attenuation pots control the INPUT, ST1 CV2, ST2 CV2, and OUTPUT, delivering smooth, detailed, and complex expression.

Switch it Up:
Uber useful continuous hypnotic DRONE for endless sustain/release, and DRIVE - the overdrive circuit from the Boomstar desktop - for last stage energy, bite, soft clipping, and gonzo '70's era "Distortion Plus" crunchy fuzz.

Patch it Up:
Six patch points: INPUT, ST1 CV1, ST1 CV2, ST2 CV1, ST2 CV2, OUTPUT direct the deepest manipulation.

All Controls and Patch Points:

INPUT - Adjusts the audio input
ST1 CV2 - Adjusts stage 1, control voltage 2
ST2 CV2 - Adjusts stage 2, control voltage 2
DRONE - Sustains the last note received
DRIVE - Final output stage overdirve/saturation
OUTPUT - Adjusts the audio output
INPUT - Audio input
ST1 CV1 - Stage 1, control voltage 1 input
ST1 CV2 - Stage 1, control voltage 2 input
ST2 CV1 - Stage 2, control voltage 1 input
ST2 CV2 - Stage 2, control voltage 2 input
OUTPUT - Audio output

- Size: 8hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 35mA, 12mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Attenulag Module
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Cat: 655866 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Dual attenuator & lag generator module - 10HP
Notes: Multi-purpose heavy lifter. The attenuators reduce level, audio or CV, when switch is set to off. With the switch up the audio/signal passes through at full level. The inputs are linked together: patching into channel 1 drives both attenuators; patching into channel 2 breaks the link. Experimentation with key tracking to create alternative tunings, or interaction with audio inputs that don't afford attenuation - does good things. The two lag circuits provide a handy CV mult/hub for oscillator and filter tracking (perfect for CV-ing up our OSCILLATION module with its switchable one in/three out structure for both attenuation and slewing - x2) and are linked together: if you patch into channel 1 only, the outputs of both channels are driven (just like the attenuation circuit); patching into channel 2 breaks the link and they become two separate CV mult/lag circuits - envelopes look out.

Four Pots:
ATTENUATE 1, ATTENUATE 2, LAG TIME 1, LAG TIME 2

Four Switches:
OFF: the top two handle attenuation duties; the bottom are wired to lag time

Ten Patch Points:
ATTENUATE 1: IN, OUT; LAG TIME 1: IN, OUT 1A, OUT 1B, OUT 1C; ATTENUATE 2: IN, OUT; LAG TIME 2: IN, OUT 2A, OUT 2B, OUT 2C

Common Controls and Patch Points:

ATTENUATE - Level reduction
IN - Attenuation input
OUT - Attenuation output
OFF - Bypass is in up position

LAG TIME - Exponential slewing amount - still affectionately called glide in some quarters
IN - Lag input
OFF - Lag bypass
OUT A - Lag output A
OUT B - Lag output B
OUT C - Lag output C

- Size: 10hp
- Depth: 25mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 7mA, 8mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Grainy Clampit Granular & Phase Distortion Additive Oscillator Module
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Cat: 655801 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Voltage-controlled granular & phase-modulated additive oscillator module
Notes: GRAINY CLAMPIT is a granular and phase distortion additive oscillator - brand new heavy territory for Studio Electronics - wait till you hear the stunning contrast it creates when paired with our discrete Class-A OSCILLATION module, and the inorganic to downright 1970's combo organy/CS-80-ish tones it can generate. Pure voltage-controlled candy.

First Stage:
Additive mixing of 4 harmonics using one of 16 waveforms and one of 16 combinations of harmonics.

Second Stage:
Granular or phase distorted mixing of the signal from the first stage, with a sync option.

Back to the First Stage:
Additive section with selection of 16 different combinations of harmonics. The harmonics can be based on a sinewave or on one of 15 other waveforms. There's a separate control for mixing the selected harmonics.

Back to the Second Stage:
The second processing stage allows granular processing or phase distortion. Granular processing gives you control over grain length and grain position, and can produce sync, detune, and wave sequencing effects. Phase distortion allows the signal from stage one to be "looked up" non-linearly, and can produce thick detune sounds and wildly varying pitch/timbre effects.

Both settings have a choice of long buffer length (for wave sequencing effects) or short buffer length (for smoother detuned effects).

Eight attenuation and three attenuverter pots:
WAVE TYPE, OT TYPE, DETUNE, OT MIX CV, PITCH, OT MIX, OT T CV, S/A CV, LEN/PITCH, SPACE/AMT, FINE TUNE.

Switch it Up:
- GRAIN/PD - Up position: Selects Granular processing - the signal from the Wavetype/OT/Detune section is placed in a buffer, then is read back as 'grains' of sound of variable length. Down position: Selects Phase Distortion processing - the signal from the Wavetype/OT/Detune section is placed in a buffer, then is read back by a non-linear counter, distorting the waveform of the original signal.
- FIX - In GRAIN mode, the up position allows Len/Pitch to directly affect the output pitch; in the down position, Len/Pitch syncs this output pitch to the master pitch of the module. In PD mode, the up position allows Len/Pitch to continuously vary the pitch of the phase distorted output; in the down position, Len/Pitch sets the pitch of the phase distorted output to musical intervals in respect to the master pitch.
- RANGE - The size of the buffer used for Grain/PD processing. Up: Long buffer - results in wave sequencing effects, as the buffer can be heard repeating when Detune pot value is positive. Down: Short buffer - gives smoother sounds than the long buffer, which is good for detuned effects.
- LOW RES - Gives priority to the 4th bit in the 8 bit digital-to-analog converter - for harsh and noisy sounds.

Patch it Up:
- 1V/OCT - 1 Volt per octave input controlling the overall pitch of the module. Input range is 0 to 10v.
- OT T CV -CV control of Overtone Type - allows sequencing through all 16 preset combinations of 4 different harmonics. Input range is +/-10V.
- OMX CV - CV control of Overtone Mix - sweeps through the mix of the harmonics, from lower harmonics loudest to higher harmonics loudest. Input range is +/-5V.
- S/A CV - CV control of Space/Amount. In Grain mode: controls the spacing/detuning of grains.
- In PD mode: controls the amount of non-linearity in the phase distorted output. Input range is +/-10V
- OUTPUT - Sound output +/-5V range.

- Size: 18hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 50mA max
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Levels Six Channel Summing Mixer & Attenuator Module
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Cat: 655803 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
6-channel audio & CV summing module - 10HP
Notes: LEVELS is a versatile, low-noise six channel summing mixer/attenuator for audio and CV, re-designed by Tim Caswell, which can be used rather effectively in a variety of ways: 6 in 1 out, or two separate mixers: 4 in 1 out, and 2 in 1 out, e. g., when only jacked-in to MIX 5/6 output all input channels pass through; utilizing the 1-4 OUT removes channels 1-4 from the MIX 5/6 output. Handy indeed.

The pots are wired with a logarithmic volume curve that is tuned for use with audio but it will work splendidly with CV as well. Pressing LEVELS into service as a wave-shaper by patching all of the individual OSCILLATION waveform outs (sub, sine, tri, saw, ramp, square) into CHANNEL inputs 1-6, makes for vivid beguiling shapes - a morphable hybrid waveform of your innermost sound designs. Consider pairing the two Modstar modules when building your system.

Potentiometer Potential:
Six attenuation pots control CHANNEL 1, CHANNEL 2, CHANNEL 3, CHANNEL 4, CHANNEL 5, and CHANNEL 6.

Patch it Up:
Eight patch points: CH1 IN, CH 2 IN, CH 3 IN, CH 4 IN, CH 5 IN, CH 6 IN, 1-4 OUT, MIX/5-6.

- Size: 10hp
- Depth: 25mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 39mA, 40mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular LFO 2 Dual Low Frequency Oscillator Module
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Cat: 655823 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Dual LFO module in Eurorack format - 6HP
Notes: A basic dual LFO module. It uses two different types of low frequency oscillator circuits to provide a variety of modulation options.

LFO 1 - A triangle based low frequency oscillator that utilizes rate and symmetry controls to generate shifting waveforms. Adjusting the symmetry control varies the shape of the TRI output from sawtooth to triangle to ramp, and also adjusts the pulse width of the SQR wave output.

LFO 2 - A simple triangle based low frequency oscillator with rate control over the triangle and square outputs.

Module Controls:

- LFO 1 (Top)
- Rate Knob
- Shape Knob: TRI - Saw / Triangle / Ramp Wave Output
- Range Switch - Switches the frequency range of LFO 1.
- SQR - Square / Pulse Wave Output

- LFO 2 (Bottom)
- Rate Knob
- TRI - Triangle Wave Output
- Range Switch - Switches the frequency range of LFO 2.
- SQR - Square Wave Output

- Size: 6hp
- Depth: 35mm
- Power Usage: 30mA
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular MIDI 3 Module
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Cat: 655834 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Full-featured MIDI to CV converter module - 6HP
Notes: The MIDI 3 is Pittsburgh Modular's third generation extremely full-featured MIDI to CV converter, optimized by Tim Caswell for the Boomstar Modular system. It includes a complete set of mono and duophonic midi response modes, assignable CC and dedicated velocity outputs, a feature rich clock source with tap tempo, midi and external gate clock dividers, and multiple arpeggiator responses. This module is deep.

A MIDI to CV module converts standard midi note messages into the analog control voltages used by modular and other analog synthesizers. This allows the synthesizer to be controlled by a midi keyboard, sequencer, or DAW. The two CV outputs on the MIDI 3 can be used to control the pitch of an oscillator, cutoff frequency of a filter, or any other function that requires a control voltage signal. The set of Gate outputs on the MIDI 3 can be used to trigger envelope generators or other modules expecting a gate or clock source.

The MIDI 3's Three Distinct Performance Modes:
Monophonic - Monophonic mode is ideal when using a modular as a single voice synthesizer patch. Channel 2 Gate and CV outputs mirror the outputs of Channel 1. Monophonic mode has several keyboard responses to choose from. Last note priority, low note priority, and high note priority. Each response is available with and without gate retriggering.

Duophonic - The module uses the two sets of Gate and CV outputs to allow two notes to be played simultaneously. The first midi note is sent to Channel 1 Gate and CV outputs and the second is sent to Channel 2 Gate and CV outputs. Duophonic mode has three keyboard response modes to choose from. Unused channel and new note priority, unused channel and low note priority, and split keyboard priority. Duophonic mode is perfect when working with a two voice modular synthesizer patch.

Arpeggiator - The module includes a robust arpeggiator mode with multiple mono and duophonic responses to choose from. Available responses are monophonic response as played, double triggered monophonic response as played, random monophonic response, random monophonic with a random Channel 2 gate, and random duophonic response with dual random gates. The arpeggiator can be clocked using tap tempo, midi clock, or external gate.

The MIDI 3 Module's Three Clock Modes:
Internal Clock - The internal MIDI 3 clock utilizes the tap tempo button to modify the rate of the internal clock. The internal clock is used to clock the arpeggiator and is also output to the CLOCK jack.
External Midi Clock - The external midi clock responds to midi start/stop messages and midi tempo from an external midi clock source. The external midi clock is used to clock the arpeggiator and is also output to the CLOCK jack. In external midi clock mode, the tap tempo button cycles through five available clock divisions.
External Gate Clock - The external gate clock responds to gate signals patched into the CLOCK jack. The external gate clock is used to clock the arpeggiator. In external gate clock mode, the tap tempo button cycles through six available clock divisions.

Additional Features of the MIDI 3:
Assignable Midi Channel - Can be assigned to respond to all channels or any individual midi channel.
Assignable Pitch Bend Range - The range of pitch bend can be set to +/- 2 notes, +/- 5th, +/- 1 octave, +/- 2 octaves.
Control Change Output - CC response of 0-5v.
Assignable Control Change Channel Assign - Assign the midi CC channel the MIDI 3 responds to.
Velocity Output - Velocity response of 0-5v based on active note.

- Size: 6hp
- Depth: 35mm
- Power Usage: 50mA
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Mix 4 Audio & CV Mixer Module
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Cat: 655869 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Compact, high quality, 4 in/1 out audio & CV mixer
Notes: Space conscious, 4 in/1 out, high quality audio and CV mixer. Originally set at unity gain (along with the VCA2), but tinkering provided useful intel and design changes. Upshot: With the pot set at 3:00 you are at unity, fully clockwise, expect a 2 Volt increase.

Four Pots:
LVL 1, LVL 2, LVL3, LVL 4.

Five Patch Points:
OUT, IN 1, IN 2, IN 3, IN 4.

All Controls and Patch Points:
LVL 1 - Adjusts the level of IN 1.
LVL 2 - Adjusts the level of IN 2.
LVL 3 - Adjusts the level of IN 3.
LVL 4 - Adjusts the level of IN 4.
OUT - Composite output.
IN 1 - Audio/CV input 1.
IN 2 - Audio/CV input 2.
IN 3 - Audio/CV input 3.
IN 4 - Audio/CV input 4.

- Size: 6hp
- Depth: 25mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 4mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Oscillation Module
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Cat: 655839 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Voltage-controlled oscillator module - 16HP
Notes: At the beginning of the tone parade, we cheer on another cagey Tim Caswell hybrid, which utilizes an exponential current source in a sympathetic spirit, to the through-hole, glory days circuits of ARP and Oberheim, followed in perfect sync by wave shaping circuits adapted from 2nd generation Minimoog Model D oscillator boards, and an incorporation of waveform mixing circuits pioneered by little old SE; that's us here at STUDIO ELECTRONICS! The gorgeous 100k spray on top all the way down to a boomin' sub bottom, engineer a extravagant variety of tones that would otherwise require several patch cords, and an external mixer; with a two oscillator system, 9 or 10 patch cords and an 8 input mixer would have to be tucked into your carry-on. Where then would you secret your laptop and raw almonds?

What's nice about our OSCILLATION stunner (according to Tim) "is that the waveforms are DC-coupled [components connected directly together without any coupling capacitors], so they keep their shape even at sub-Hz speeds. The outputs are also buffered, so the amplitude is independent of the load they are driving. The waveform levels on some modern Eurorack OSCs are often all different, and they vary depending if they go into the mixer or directly to the filter!" Coupling the circuitry without capacitors in-line gives the go-ahead for the full spectrum of frequencies to do their thing, and ensures near identical response over the years - audiophile, transistor-protecting signal path stuff here. You should see these beauts on the scope: a Class-A ballet of balance and proportion, only drawing modest current, rather evenly from plus and minus.

Potentiometer Potential:
Three attenuation, and three attenuverter pots control the FREQUENCY, TUNE, PW CV IN, PUSLE WIDTH, FM CV IN, and SUB LEVEL, delivering smooth, detailed, and complex expression.

Switch it Up:
NORMAL and LOW RANGE - wide sweeping audio frequencies, or clicks (respectively) for creating a rhythmic pulse or sweep; SINE, TRI, SAW, SQR - your friendly waveform on and offs.

Patch it Up:
Eleven patch points: 1 V/O, FM IN, WAVE MIX, SYNC IN, PW IN, SUB OUT, SINE OUT, TRI OUT, SAW OUT, RAMP OUT, SQR OUT direct the deepest manipulation.

- Size: 16hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 20mA, 39mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Quadnic Oscillator Module
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 2 in stock $296.48
Cat: 655847 Rel: 11 Sep 17
 
Quad digital OSC module - 12HP
Notes: Deeply featured 12hp module with four digital oscillators - each with a selection of 64 waveforms, 7 different processing modes including phase distortion and wave sequencing, and a dedicated volt per octave input. In unison mode, all 4 OSCs can be played via the 1st 1V/O input, by 1V/O inputs 1-4, and widely detuned, or switched to a preset chord formation - a major move beyond the 'one note samba' monophonic, module choreography - scooch over Grainy, Quadnic is cookin' up digi-vittles for four. "Come 'n' git it!" and stay in record: the Quadnic is non-programmable; when the power recycles, the Quad defaults to voice 1 active with current pot positions. All edits are live; all edits are volatile. Exciting. Always fresh.

The Four Oscillator Structure image gets one into the weeds of the sound. Control of all the OSCs parameters globally without sacrificing individual CV control is now a reality: essentially a sensible polyphonic mode with individual CV control. Previous OS Master Modes used only OSC 1 as the controlling CV - the additional mode uses all 4 controlling CVs. Changing stronger together.

Master Matters:
- With MASTER mode switched on, the oscillator responds to it's own CV input
- Oscillators 2 to 4: If Master LED is not lit, the oscillator responds to CV 1, with the pitch control adding +/-1 octave offset
- Oscillator 1 always responds to CV input; the other oscillators follow CV 1 if they are not set to Master
- When all 4 oscillator switches/lights are selected, the Quadnic is in unison mode and all oscillators follow CV 1; the front panel control affects all 4 oscillators
- To get all oscillators to same pitch, adjust the Pitch and Fine controls
- To get all oscillators to play the same sound (they are quite independent), adjust all controls
- All 4 OSC lights on, with Master selected or flashing: unison can detune massively up to 4 octaves
- All 4 OSC lights on, with master not selected: unison and Chord produce chords

Inputs and Outputs:
1V/OCT 1 - Oscillator 1, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Controls the pitch of any other oscillator that is set to Slave mode.
1V/OCT 2 - Oscillator 2, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Only affects oscillator 2 when in Master mode.
1V/OCT 3 - Oscillator 3, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Only affects oscillator 3 when in Master mode.
1V/OCT 4 - Oscillator 4, 1 Volt per octave input. 0-10V input range. Only affects oscillator 4 when in Master mode.
Proc CV - Process CV input. +/-5V input range. One CV input for all oscillators, but can be attenuated for individual oscillators using the Process CV control.

Out 1 - Oscillator 1 output.
Out 2 - Oscillator 2 output.
Out 3 - Oscillator 3 output.
Out 4 - Oscillator 4 output.

- Size: 12hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 50mA max
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Sci Fi Module
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Cat: 655848 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Ring modulator, noise generator & sample-and-hold generator module
Notes: SCI FI is an ingeniously vintage-circuit-inspired Richard Nicol/Pittsburgh Modular original - jump cut to Mattechmodular to see just how much fun can be wrung out of it!

As the reader might already know, ring modulation is a signal-processing electronic function: an implementation of amplitude modulation or frequency mixing, performed by multiplying two signals. This beloved other-worldly, warm, and at times clangourous colouring dates at least as far back to Bode's Melochord of 1947 technology, which was ultimately licensed to Robert Moog in the early 1960s. Of course analog maestros Don Buchla, and Lord Tom Oberheim made their indelible marks, with circuitry culminating - to our ears - in the brilliantly rhythmic, and wildly expressive Yamaha CS-80 Ringmod's sonic alchemy and "Electone" informed controls.

Back at the Modstar Ranch: The SCI FI's outputted ring-modulated signal is the sum and difference of the frequencies present in each waveform - a signal rich in partials - often producing a haunting, bell-like, metallic, and sometimes softly grinding, understated modulation awash in harmonic and non-harmonic tones. S.E. brought its own brand of dynamic ModMax Pedal-flavoured Ringmod to the world in 2002.

SCI FI is getting better all the time with its companion LFO FREQ (low frequency oscillator), true analog PINK, and digital WHITE noise, S & H - a true sample and hold generator, with RANGE control, and LAG generator - a slew limiter which craftily smooths out changes in audio or modulation signals: higher values = smoother signal flowing. This module is every bit as creamy sounding as it is electrically charged: the higher frequencies coat the sound with a sparkling quality one wouldn't naturally expect, but it is a welcome sound indeed.

Potentiometer Potential:
Six attenuation pots: RING MOD, LFO FREQ, WHITE, PINK, RANGE, and LAG.

Patch it Up:
Seven patch points: RM X IN, RM Y IN, GATE, SOURCE, RM OUT, WHITE, PINK, and S & H OUT.

All Controls and Patch Points:
RING MOD - Adjusts the ring mod depth.
LFO FREQ - Adjusts the rate of the sample & hold.
WHITE - Adjusts the white noise level.
PINK - Adjusts the pink noise level.
RANGE - Adjusts the sample & hold depth or intensity.
LAG - Adjusts the sample and hold lag or slew limiting (glide): in the circuit after the sample & hold and before the range attenuator.
RM X IN - Ring Mod X waveform input.
RM Y IN - Ring Mod Y waveform input.
GATE - External gate input for sample & hold.
SOURCE - External audio/CV input for sample & hold.
RM OUT - Ring Mod output.
WHITE - White noise output.
PINK - Pink noise output - the pink noise is normalled to the source input of the sample & hold.
S & H OUT - Sample & hold output.

- Size: 10hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 48mA, 41mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular SE88 Filter Module
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Cat: 655851 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Filter & dual pendulum chaos generator module - 20HP
Notes: Studio Electronics' version of the boxy, Blade Runner-sweet and Boomstar-brash dual mode CS80 filter, initially married to the Omega Series Synths, and then tucked-in the 'Stars, now joins the Modstar Collective. They've twisted and turned the SE88 to unflatten the earth, so to speak; the original CS80 fed a HP filter into a LP filter, but with the SE88 your can select MODE 1's HP or BR to feed MODE 2's LP or BP, or patch it to reverse that pleasant path. The audio signal is completely controllable with input and output levels for each filter. Cherish and respect your filter's input gain stages, for a smooth yet often brassy sound - shed your mercy to strike hard for boiling, snarling bite, even to the blackout/cutout point (see Greg St. Regis, Tim Caswell, and Marc St. Regis' SEM filter commentary for a detailed diatribe on this "feature too far"); then and only then, uniquely blend mode settings for the filter family values you revere.

To get things merrily modulating, each filter employs attenuverters for frequency and resonance experimentation and decimation. While the SE88 does not self oscillate (Yamaha's creation didn't either), we did amp up the resonance level for full-throttle squelching. An additional master FM (frequency modulation) attenuverter-controlled level can feed both filters (when hungry enough) simultaneously, and tracking switches allow for individual keyboard response for each of the contrasting and complimentary filter modes.

Potentiometer Potential:
Five attenuverter and eight attenuation pots control the FREQUENCY MODE 1, FM IN, FREQUENCY MODE 2, RESONANCE, M1 FM, RESONANCE, M1 RES CV 1, M2 RES CV, INPUT, M2 FM, OUTPUT, LEVEL (M1 OUT), and LEVEL (M2 OUT).

Switch it Up:
2/3 - 1/3 TRACK (M1), FULL - HALF TRACK (M2), HP - BR, LP - BP.

Patch it Up:
Ten patch points: 1 V/O, FM IN, M1 FM, M2 FM, M1 RES CV, M2 RES CV, M1 IN, M1 OUT,
M2 IN, M2 OUT.

All Controls and Patch Points:
FREQUENCY MODE 1 - Adjusts the frequency, or cutoff of Mode 1.
2/3 - 1/3 TRACK - Toggles tracking options for Mode 1.
FM IN - Adjusts the master frequency modulation input.
FULL - HALF TRACK - Toggles tracking options for Mode 2.
FREQUENCY MODE 2 - Adjusts the frequency, or cutoff of Mode 2.
RESONANCE - Adjusts the resonance of Mode 1's filter.
M1 FM - Adjusts Mode 1's frequency modulation.
RESONANCE - Adjusts the resonance of the Mode 2's filter.
HP / BR - Toggles the High-Pass and Band-Reject option.
M1 RES CV - Adjusts Mode 1's resonance control voltage.
M2 RES CV - Adjusts Mode 2's resonance control voltage.
INPUT - Adjusts the master audio input.
M2 FM - Adjusts Mode 2's frequency modulation.
OUTPUT - Adjust the audio output.
1 V/O - One volt per octave control voltage input.
FM IN - Master frequency modulation input.
M1 FM - Mode 1 frequency modulation input.
M2 FM - Mode 2 frequency modulation input.
M1 RES CV - Mode 1 resonance control voltage input.
M2 RES CV - Mode 2 resonance control voltage input.
M1 IN - Mode 1 input.
LEVEL - Level control for Mode 1.
M1 OUT - Mode 1 output.
M2 IN - Mode 2 input.
LEVEL - Level control for Mode 2.
M2 OUT - Mode 2 output.

- Size: 20hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 42mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular SEM Filter Module
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 2 in stock $331.91
Cat: 655853 Rel: 11 Sep 17
 
Voltage controlled state variable filter module
Notes: Simultaneous high pass, low pass, and band pass outputs, all with a 12 dB/oct slope. The notch is the inverse of the bandpass, achieved by summing the low pass and high pass outputs. This version is a combination of the original SEM filter and the newer design from the OBX, along with improvements by SE. It has a modest current draw, which it pulls evenly from the plus and minus rails.

Potentiometer Potential:
Three attenuverter and four attenuation pots control the FREQUENCY, RESONANCE, FREQ CV 1, RESO CV, LP HP, INPUT and OUTPUT, delivering smooth, detailed, and complex expression.

Switch it Up:
FULL and HALF strength filter frequency keyboard/voltage tracking, and BP / LP-HP modes.

Patch it Up:
Seven patch points: 1 V/O, FREQ CV 1, FREQ CV 2, RESO CV, INPUT, BP LP-HP, and OUTPUT direct the deepest manipulation.

All Controls and Patch Points:
FREQUENCY - Adjusts the frequency, or cut-off of the filter.
RESONANCE - Adjusts the resonance of the filter.
FULL HALF TRACK - Switch between full and half keyboard/voltage tracking.
FREQ CV 1 - Frequency control voltage 1 input attenuverter.
RESO CV - Resonance control voltage input attenuverter.
LP HP - Low Pass / High Pass attenuverter.
INPUT - Adjusts the audio input.
OUTPUT - Adjusts the audio output.
1 V/O - One volt per octave control voltage input.
FREQ CV 1 - Frequency control voltage 1 input.
BP OUT - Band Pass Output. No cable patched, BP passes through the mains.
RESO CV - Resonance control voltage input.
INPUT - Audio input.
BP LP-HP - Switch between Band Pass and Low Pass - High Pass modes.
OUTPUT - Audio output.

- Size: 12hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 32mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Shapers Dual Four Stage Envelope Generator Module
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 1 in stock $253.16
Cat: 655858 Rel: 25 Sep 17
 
12HP Eurorack dual envelope generator module
Notes: SHAPERS is a dual four stage envelope generator with independently adjustable ATTACK, DECAY, SUSTAIN, and RELEASE stages. Our Pittsburgh Modular hybrid ADSR smooths the shape of the incoming gates and triggers to produce a more expressive instrument, just like its antecedent. The ADSR output can be used to control the amplitude of an oscillator, the cutoff frequency of a filter or any other function on a module that accepts control voltages.

The functionality of SHAPERS is easy enough: the incoming gate or trigger signal passes through each of the four stages to output an envelope. When the ADSR module receives a gate or trigger signal, the ATTACK determines the amount of time needed for the envelope generator to reach the peak output voltage and move on to the decay stage. DECAY sets the amount of time needed to transition to the level set by the sustain knob. The SUSTAIN level is maintained as long as the incoming gate remains on or high. Once the incoming gate goes low or off, the release stage takes over. The RELEASE knob sets the time needed to close the envelope and return the ADSR output to 0 volts.

SHAPERS envelopes can respond lightning fast or demonstrate the patience of a saint, especially in the LONG RANGE 1 and 2 settings. INV 1 makes topsy-turvy time fun with the inverting of the ADSR 1, and the LED indicators provide a useful visual assist.

Potentiometer Potential:
Eight attenuation pots control the ATTACK (x2), DECAY (x2), SUSTAIN (x2), RELEASE (x2), delivering smooth, detailed, and complex expression.

Switch it Up:
SHORT and LONG range time settings for both ADSRs.

Patch it Up:
Five patch points: IN 1, OUT 1, INV 1, IN 2, and OUT 2 connect and direct the deepest manipulation.

All Controls and Patch Points:
ATTACK (x2) - Adjusts the attack stage.
DECAY (x2) - Adjusts the decay stage.
SUSTAIN (x2) - Adjust the sustain stage.
RELEASE (x2) - Adjusts the release stage.
SHORT / LONG RANGE 1 - Selects the evelope range for ADSR 1.
SHORT / LONG RANGE 2 - Selects the evelope range for ADSR 2.
IN 1 - Control voltage input 1.
OUT 1 - Control voltage output 1.
INV 1 - Inverted control voltage output 1.
IN 2 - Control voltage input 2.
OUT 2 - Control voltage output 2.

- Size: 12hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 16mA, 17mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular Slim O Oscillator Module
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 2 in stock $232.90
Cat: 655860 Rel: 11 Sep 17
 
Oscillator module in Eurorack format - 8HP
Notes: Identical OSCILLATION sound engine - the historic, gorgeously stable, and rich SE oscillator, slimmed down to 8hp essentials, with no tonal or quality sacrifice allowed; the Slimo is MidiMini big sonically. Compromise perfected. Three position octave switch is a bonus.

6 Pots:
FREQUENCY, FINE, FM CV, PUSLE WIDTH, PW CV.

1 Switch:
OCTAVE - Three position range switch: +1/-1 octave switch.

7 Patch Points:
1 V/O, FM CV, PW CV, TRI, SAW, SQUARE.

All Controls and Patch Points:
FREQUENCY - Oscillator frequency attenuator.
FINE - Oscillator fine-tune trim.
FM CV - Frequency Modulation control voltage attenuverter.
OCTAVE - +1/-1 octave switch.
PULSE WIDTH - Pulse Width attenuator.
SYNC IN - Oscillator sync control voltage input.
PW CV - Pulse Width control voltage attenuverter.
1 V/O - One volt per octave control voltage input.
FM CV - Frequency Modulation control voltage input.
PW CV - Pulse Width control voltage input.
TRI - Triangle wave output.
SAW - Sawtooth wave output.
SQUARE - Square wave output.

- Size: 8hp
- Depth: 39.7mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 20mA, 39mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular STE 16 Dual LFO Module
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Cat: 655863 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Dual digital LFO module in Eurorack format - 10HP
Notes: The STE 16 is a dual LFO, featuring a hi-freq mode and complex waveform mixing possibilities, which thinks nothing of producing thousands of different modulation and audio frequency shifts and wiggles. In fact, it doesn't think at all - well maybe it does...

The STE's amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, and waveform mixing and blending push the envelope far above and beyond typical/classic four waveform LFOs construction and limit, and so now shall you. The 1 SHOT function dramatically transforms the STE into a punchy and varied percussive tool; applied to an external VCA, one can generate compact and expansive, concussive encounters. More experimental tonal space can be explored via the AM function, with LFO 1's starting rate somewhere near the low end of the STE's vibrational spectrum: 5Hz (about 3:40s), and LFO secondi ultimately demanding its 6kHz scream, shatter, and fracture ceiling of thrills and audio frequency chills.

With sixteen waveforms per LFO, setting the initial fragmentizing, gyrating, LoFi digital oscillating process (whenever you are ready), can be a most impulsive, and highly engrossing pursuit.

Common Parameters:
SPEED - Sets rate of LFO.
1 SHOT - LFO waveform plays once - needs to be triggered by the reset input.
HI/LO - In HI mode (6kHz at the top of its range) the LFO reaches the audio range - think LoFi digital oscillator; in LO mode, (starting at 5Hz) a very patient 3:40 long sweep is possible.
WAVE - Sets one of 16 different waveforms: triangle, sine, dome, ramp up, ramp down, stairchase, square, 1/2 square, impulse, four decreasing squares, random, random increasing, random pulse with, random triangles, pitched noise, and digital noise.
FM - Frequency modulation from LFO 2 to LFO 1; the Mix pot will set the amount of modulation.
AM - Amplitude modulation from LFO 2 to LFO 1; the Mix pot will set the amount of modulation.
MIX - Mix setting of LFO 1 and LFO 2.
MX (MIX) - Mix output of LFO 1 and 2.
CV - Affects the speed via an external voltage.
RESET - Resets the waveform.
OUT - Balanced LFO output: FM/M/AM three position switch sets the type or mix of modulation outputted.

Jacks:
Eleven patch points: 1 SHOT, HI/LO (x2), MX, CV In 1, RESET 1, OUT 1, CV In 2, RESET 2, OUT 2.

- Size: 10hp
- Depth: 25mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 150mA, 35mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Boomstar Modular VCA 2 Module
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Cat: 655873 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Dual VCA module in Eurorack format - 6HP
Notes: Two quality VCAs for audio or CV with level control - advantageous for creating a CV modulation chain: Patch the 1st (controlling) modulator into the CV input, and the 2nd and 3rd (the controlled) modulators into inputs A and B; the output can then be patched to a modulation destination such as an oscillator or filter frequency. The same approach is effective for enveloping an LFO, or dynamically modulating an LFO or envelope with key velocity, modwheel, key tracking, etc. One can even escape the highly coloured Mini-flavoured character of our AMP with this quad op-amp alternative for cleaner, sharper tonality in the near final stages of synthesis.

Originally set at unity gain (along with the MIX4), now units with a January 16 (2016) and greater marking will exceed unity and clip the op-amp, past 3:00 on the dial. Upshot: Fully clockwise the gain is doubled. Distortion of audio and modulation signals never hurt anyone, and add another tool to the box.

Note: In the audio realm clipping may occur sooner dependent up signal input level.

Two Pots:
LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2

Eight Patch Points:
CV 1, IN 1A, IN 1B, OUT 1; CV 2, IN 2A, IN 2B, OUT 2

Common Controls and Patch Points:
LEVEL - Level/Mix adjustment
CV - Controlling CV modulation input
IN A - Controlled Input 1A
IN B - Controlled Input 1B
OUT - Output

- Size: 6hp
- Depth: 25mm with ribbon cable attached
- Power Usage: 5mA, 4mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics ModStar 8106 Filter Module
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 1 in stock $291.42
Cat: 655795 Rel: 14 Aug 17
 
Hi-pass filter module in Eurorack format - 12HP
Notes: Designer Tim Caswell: "The 8106 is a 6db/oct hi-pass filter followed by a recreation of the Roland IR3109 module, which is a 4 pole, 24 db/oct voltage controlled lowpass filter with voltage controlled resonance. Three dual OTAs with similar topology to the BA662 used in the Jupiter 8 (and the IR3109 module) were employed, one amp for the hi-pass filter, four (with added buffers) for the low-pass, and one for the resonance. This filter takes a wide range of input signals, and tracks control voltage extremely well. Tap points are available for 6db, 12db, and 18db/oct. Although the topology is similar to the 4075, the tonality, especially when overdriven, is distinct."

Interface and feature Maestro Greg St. Regis, opted for the 6dB over the 12dB/18dB "tap" for the second filter output, due to its colourful, and starkly contrasting character.

And yes, this INPUT drive hits harder - much faster than our other filters - so there is plenty of dirt to go around, but a familiar and comforting Roland-y quality/tonality/flow is definitely home base, especially with a nice SLIM O top-dead-centre square wave is riotously coursing and pulsing through the 8106's veiny through-hole circuitry.

7 Pots:
FREQ, RES, FREQ CV, RES CV, HPF, INPUT, OUTPUT

2 Switches:
FULL/HALF TRACK, 6dB/24dB

Patch Points:
1V/O, FREQ CV, 6dB OUT, RES CV, INPUT, OUTPUT

- PCB Mounting Scheme: Through-hole
- Size: 12hp
- Depth: 38mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 40mA, 35mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Tonestar 2600 Synth Voice Module
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 1 in stock $538.95
Cat: 655877 Rel: 14 Aug 17
 
32HP semi-modular Eurorack analog monosynth module
Notes: TONESTAR 2600 is an ARP 2600-inspired synth voice 31 years in the shaping, pre-patched like Pearlman's prodigy, and fully #OutsToOuts modular, allowing for highpass/bandpass/notch filter tones, and bristling X-mod effects. Connect CV / gate and twist 'n' switch, or pull its tones and voltages apart one 3.5mm cord at a time. 26 knobs, 7 switches, and 21 jacks make for complex and satisfying signal flow, colour and collisions. If it gets reedy, route the triangle wave 'round the VCF, and keep it boomin'.

26 Knobbed and "Shafted" Potentiometers:
VCO: FREQUENCY, PULSE WIDTH, LFO, GLIDE, MOD (ADSR), TRIANGLE, SAW, SQUARE, SUB, TUNE; Noise: LEVEL; VCF: FREQUENCY, RESONANCE, TRACK, DRIVE, ADSR, MOD (LFO); LFO: DEPTH (OSC), SPEED; ENVs: (ADSR) ATTACK, DECAY, SUSTAIN, RELEASE, (AR) ATTACK, RELEASE; VCA: FEEDBACK (filter), VOLUME

7 Switches:
VCO: OCT (up/null/down); FREQ/PW (frequency/null/pulse width); NO VCF (VCF/null/no VCF);VCF: FREQUENCY/RESONANCE (frequency/null/resonance); LFO: TRIANGLE/SQUARE (frequency/null/pulse width); ENVs: DRONE, MASTER (drone/null/master); VCA: IN/MIX

21 Jacks:
VCO: TRIANGLE, SAWTOOTH, SQUARE, MIX, 1V/O, MOD IN; NOISE: NOISE (white); LFO: DEPTH, TRIANGLE, SQUARE, SPEED; VCF: EXT IN, FIL OUT, MOD IN; ENVs: MOD IN, ADSR OUT, AR OUT, GATE IN; VCA: IN/MIX, VCA IN, OUTPUT

- PCB Mounting Scheme: Through-hole
- Filter: Discrete, voltage controlled, 24/db/oct cascaded transconductance low-pass filter, employing six pairs of hand-matched transistors
- Size: 32hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 130mA, 80mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Tonestar 8106 Synth Voice Module
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 1 in stock $546.83
Cat: 655881 Rel: 14 Aug 17
 
Self-contained synthesizer voice module inspired by the ARP 2600
Notes: TONESTAR 8106, an ARP 2600-inspired complete synth voice, infuses Tim Caswell's "Jupiter to Juno" filter alchemy - a 6db/oct hi-pass filter followed by a recreation of the Roland IR3109 module - into our Tonestar 2600 platform; this chirpy yet full-bodied 8106 model is also fully #OutsToOuts modular featuring 27 pots - one more that the 2600 model for the high-pass filter, 6 switches - one less, sacrificing resonance modulation for that high-pass filtering, and 21 jacks. If the Tonestar 8106 thins somewhat with resonance excess, route the triangle wave 'round the VCF with the "NO VCF" switch setting, and keep this juicy reimagining of the Roland IR3109 module boomin' and gloomin'.

27 Knobbed and "Shafted" Potentiometers:
VCO: RANGE, PM MAN, LFO, PORTA, MOD (ENV), TRIANGLE, SAW, SQUARE, SUB, TUNE; Noise: LEVEL; VCF: FREQ, RES, KBYD, DRIVE, HPF, ENV, MOD (LFO); LFO: AMNT (OSC), RATE; ENVs: (ADSR) ATTACK, DECAY, SUSTAIN, RELEASE, (AR) ATTACK, RELEASE; VCA: FEEDBACK (filter/VCA), VOLUME

6 Switches:
VCO: OCT (up/null/down); FREQ/PW (frequency/null/pulse width); NO VCF (VCF/null/no VCF); VCF: TRIANGLE/SQUARE (triangle/null/square); ENVs: HOLD, MSTR (hold/null/master); VCA: IN/MIX

21 Jacks:
VCO: TRIANGLE, SAWTOOTH, SQUARE, MIX, 1V/O, MOD IN; NOISE: NOISE (white); LFO: DEPTH, TRIANGLE, SQUARE, SPEED; VCF: EXT IN, FIL OUT, MOD IN; ENVs: MOD IN, ADSR OUT, AR OUT, GATE IN; VCA: IN/MIX, VCA IN, OUTPUT

- PCB Mounting Scheme: Through-hole
- Filter: A 6db/oct hi-pass filter followed by a recreation of the Roland IR3109 module, which is a 4 pole, 24 db/oct voltage controlled lowpass filter with voltage controlled resonance. 3 dual OTAs with similar topology to the BA662 used in the Jupiter 8 (and the IR3109 module) were employed, 1 amp for the hi-pass filter, 4 (with added buffers) for the low-pass, and 1 for the resonance. This filter takes a wide range of input signals, and tracks control voltage extremely well. Tap points are available for 6db, 12db, and 18db/oct. Although the topology is similar to the 4072, the tonality, especially when over driven, is distinct.
- Size: 32hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 130mA, 80mA (+12 / -12)
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Studio Electronics Toolbar Module
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Cat: 655883 Rel: 01 Aug 17
 
Toolbar module featuring attenuator with normal & inverted outs
Notes: The TOOLBAR is the perfect euro (read social) lubricant to warm, warble, delay and flange-up your Tonestar with it's down 'n' dirty digital delay; it's attenuation, invert, route, hi cut circuits are likely worthy of your interest and experimentation as well.

10 Potentiometers:
ATTN: AMNT; HI CUT: AMNT; LFO: RATE; DELAY: LFO, TIME, W-PAN, D-PAN, AMNT, REGEN; IN.OUT: LEVEL

3 Switches:
ROUTE: a/null/b; LFO: RANGE; DELAY: BYPASS

12 Jacks:
ATTEN: IN, INV, OUT; ROUTE: IN, OUT; HI CUT: OUT; LFO: TRIANGLE, SQUARE; DELAY: CV IN; IN.OUT: STEREO, IN, MONO

- PCB Mounting Scheme: Through-hole
- Size: 32hp
- Depth: 35mm including connectors
- Power Usage: 30mA, 25mA (+12 / -12)
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