4 Voices of Quantization with 10 Octaves range
Keyboard Mode (using Buttons as triggers)
User definable Scales: any scale is possible.
Simple Intuitive menu with settings such as:
User definable NOTES Intervals for Chord generation
Quantization types: Above, Below, Ignore
Definable Gate Out Length
Menu Reaction Time can be adjusted and saved.
Assignable CV Input for Menu Functions
5 Diferent Scale Temperaments including Bohlen-Pierce
Microtonal options for more than 12 notes per Octave
Transpose through CV input
Compatible with both Moog and Buchla Standards
Independent Voice Fine Tunning
Tuning Reset to 1v/perOctave
Tuning settings safely stored in non-volatile memory.
11 User Presets for easy recalling User’s favorite scales and settings.
. Format: Eurorack
. Width: 10 HP
. Depth: 5.2 cm
Control Voltage I/O:
. CV inputs: ± 5v
. CV outputs: +10v
. Max current: +140mA/-70mA
. Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector
Here's a review video from MylarMelodies, fullscreen recommended!
In case you're wondering: Sure! We can get you a custom coloured front panel for the ADDAC207.
It has an additional cost of 50€ and takes 4 to 6 weeks to be ready.
It can be done in either Black, White, Silver Gray, Yellow, or Gold.
Please note: we don’t stock custom coloured panels. For every custom order we need to make a single panel order from our panel provider. This explains the panel price and lead time.
The pdf below features all info regarding upgrading the ADDAC207 Module, including necessary hardware, physical connections and download links.
ADDAC207 Firmware Update Guide:
Last update version: L_3, February, 12th, 2018
. Added the functionality to save in the presets the new Assign function introduced in update L2.
Inspired by the Mylar Melodies video we're introducing a new Transposition method, as up to now the Quantizer would only transpose the scale defined by the user, now it also transposes the incoming CV!
.New Transposition method:
- Now on the Assign Menu you can select Button 11 (A#) to assign the CV input to the old Scale Transposition mode (used to be Button 1).
- You can also select Button 1 (C) to assign the Transposition to the Channels input cv, offseting the incoming notes like a voltage adder would but keeping the notes in the same scale.
- You can also Select both Button 1 and 11 to Transpose both the Scale and the Incoming notes.
.Corrected issue with saving and recalling Presets.