Three attenuator-amplifier combinations with individual & mix outputs - 10HP
Notes: Neat amp/mixer/attenuator utility module from Vermona. Not much more to say about this one. It makes things louder and quieter or blends them together. What more do you want?
Regardless of the size of your modular system, the number of modules it contains and its intended use, there is basically only one thing at stake: level adjustments. Often the full level of a signal is too high and needs to be attenuated. Also the reverse case, that it is too low, occurs more often than you think - an amplifier is needed.
Amplinuator 3 cleverly combines both functions. The LEVEL controls attenuate input signals to zero (left stop) or boost them by a factor of two (right stop). In the centre position, the levels remain unchanged. In order to ensure sensitive settings in the centre position range, we deliberately omitted the use of a potentiometer with centre detent. Instead, the knob has a dead zone. This guarantees a reliable finding of the zero position. Each of the three channels has outputs with positive and inverted polarity.
The sum section combines all signals. Amplinuator 3 also works as a 3-in-1 mixer. It likes audio signals and control voltages equally.
Amplinuator 3 is a sophisticated helper in best Vermona quality.
Notes: The Vermona Mono Lancet Modular Dock is a eurorack module extension for the Mono Lancet.
The Mono Lancet Modular Dock from Vermona connects to the Vermona Mono Lancet via D-sub to extend its possibilities by adding pulse-width modulation, and frequency modulation, and interaction with other synth modules for the creation of incredible new soundscapes.
Four-channel voltage controlled polarizer featuring four identical attenuators - 10HP
Notes: You never can have enough modules that influence levels - be it for audio signals or control voltages.
quadroPOL is a four-channel polarizer module. It can attenuate any incoming signal, in-phase or out of phase. One of its most special features is the way each channel's level control works. Instead of having one dedicated zero-point, it has a "dead zone" where the input signal will be completely suppressed. Thus, you will easily find the off-position, even without a centre-click, while, at the same time you'll be able to create extremely sensitive level increases.
Further outstanding features are:
- A channel's output signal will optionally be forwarded to the next one, which allows the use of quadroPOL as a mixer-module. This way you can sum up to four signals.
- The module can be controlled via control voltages. Beside manually setting the level you can use each channel as VCA. You never can have enough VCAs in a modular system, can you?
- quadroPOL's circuits work with a four-quadrant-multiplier. This means the module is a ringmodulator without compromises - sorry - four ringmodulators.
Do you have 10 HP unused rack-space left in your Eurorack-system? You should consider getting a quadroPOL module. It is so versatile that it's hard to live without one, once you've gotten your hands on one of it.
Notes: The TAI-4 not only makes it easy to get balanced signals out of or into a modular system, it also does that job with superior audio quality. Above, it galvanically separates the inputs from the outputs by using a total of four high-end audio transformers and thus prevents unwanted noise interferences.
We decided to uses switches instead of potentiometers for adjusting the gain levels. This ensures accurate and equal leveling of stereo signals.
The TAI-4 is an extremely useful module when it comes to integrate external studio processors, or the opposite, connecting the modular system to outboard equipment or DAWs.
Notes: There is almost no modular system without at least one filter-module. You can look at them as the stars within the giant Eurorack-jungle. twinVCFilter is such a star as well. A dual filter module with flexible routing and excellent audio properties. It covers a huge range of different applications without the slightest effort.
Features and Routing:
Each filter section of twinVCFilter works as low- or highpass-filter with a slope of 12 dB/octave or as bandpass-filter with 6 db/octave. Signals can be directed in three ways through the module:
- Serial: The incoming signal passes both filter sections in a row.
- Dual: The filter sections act completely separated of each other. As if they were two individual filter modules.
- Parallel: The incoming signal passes both filters at the same time.
With these routings you can i.e. generate bandpasses or notches with variable slopes and different resonance settings or doubling the filter's slope. These are the more obvious combinations but there is a lot more to discover.
The convenient link-feature allows to couple cutoff- and resonance of both filter sections for straightforward stereo use in dual mode.
The flexible signal-routing is supplemented by the mix-section. Here you can crossfade both filter sections manually or by control voltages. Seamless movements from low- to highpass-filter, is as easy as crossfading from half to doubled slope. Of course you can mix two completely individual signals or toggle between them by using a rectangle-LFO-modulation.
Resonance is a key factor in the context of sound-shaping and sound-generation using a filter. Therefore we carefully trimmed twinVCFilter's resonance to be as musically and stable as possible. You can apply subtle frequency-dependent emphasis to signals and tear them up to self-oscillation. The latter generates a solid sine-wave which is an excellent base for percussive sounds. Possible cross-modulations significantly enhance the sound-generator features. By the way: If you are missing a vibrato-LFO in a patch, twinVCFilter can do the job.
twinVCFilter offers a huge set of features to form impressive soundscapes. It can take subtle influence to signals or massively truncate frequencies. It leaves nothing to be desired. Despite, for those who need additional possibilities we especially designed the tVCF-Extension module.