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ADDAC System ADDAC402 Heuristic Rhythm Generator Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC402 Heuristic Rhythm Generator Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC402 Heuristic Rhythm Generator Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776311 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Rhythm generator module
Notes: This module is a powerful rhythm generation machine- it features 4 voices of gate outputs (including inverted outputs for logic NOT sequences) where each voice can have independent lengths, all configurable with direct knobs anc cv inputs.

Perfect for precise polyrhythmic patterns and all sorts of non-linear sequencing.

The module works by 6 different rhythm generation "algorithms / principles":
Euclidean (equal distribution)
Golomb Rulers (inequal distribution)
Probabilistic (predictable distribution)
Game Of Life (organic progression)
Footwork'n (inducted error progression)
Pong (voltage controlled Pong game)

Plus a 4 channel Gate Sequencer Mode with up to 32 steps and 16 storable presets.

Add ADDAC402B Expansion for full I/O Midi control plus access to a powerful midi interface, with:
Midi Sync
5 cv to midi channels (notes and/or cc)
4 midi to gate channels
All panel controls (knobs, switches and push buttons) as cc controls.

All fully configurable with a midi learn feature for easier configuration.

MECHANICAL:
Format: Eurorack
Width: 20 HP
Depth: 5.5 cm

CONTROL VOLTAGE I/O:
CV inputs: 0 to +10v

ELECTRICAL:
Max current: 150mA
Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector
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ADDAC System ADDAC222 4x6 Voices 1V/Octave to MIDI Notes Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776268 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
MIDI notes module
Notes: Most recent from the ADDAC MIDI Series, the 222 converts 4 CV inputs to four distinct polyphonic MIDI NOTES streams, with up to 6 note voices per input. This allows the user to send midi notes to external midi devices straight from your modular: just plug it into your classic synth or your favourite virtual instruments. Combined with the ADDAC221 you can fully control any external midi device.

Ships with 2 stereo jack to din5 midi cables.
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ADDAC System ADDAC501 Complex Random Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC501 Complex Random Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776328 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Random CV generator module
Notes: The ADDAC501 does random CV generation and outputs it through four independent channels. You can control the desired range of voltages and time frequency at which new values are generated.

It can also be triggered by an external CV source and the output voltages can be either free or quantized (if you prefer to have a standard C Major scale).

Finally you can choose between pure randomness or a brownian distribution, for both the voltage and time intervals.

Mechanical:
- Format: Eurorack
- Width: 8 HP
- Depth: 5 cm

Control Voltage I/O:
- CV inputs: 0 - 10v
- CV output: 0 - 5v (0 - 10v through jumper)
- Gate in threshold: 2.5v

Electrical:
- Compatible with +-12v and +-15v power supplies
- Max current: 150mA
- Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector
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ADDAC System ADDAC611 Gotharman's VC Tube Filter Module (black faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC611 Gotharman's VC Tube Filter Module (black faceplate)
Cat: 776355 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Tube filter module
Notes: This module was developed upon the Tubaz Filter which was released in 2014 by Gotharman but is currently no longer in production. We loved the original module so much that we officially licensed it's circuit and expanded it to feature several new functionalities.

Here's a paragraph from Gotharman regarding the original design:
"I designed it with the purpose of adding crunch, edge and distortion to my eurorack system. It is not an ideal bandpass filter, that cuts off all frequencies above and below the center frequency.
Because of its high drive, there are, in most cases, some bleedthrough of the harmonics, that should have been cut off. You might consider calling it a "Band Add" filter. The main purpose of it, was to add edge, not to be a perfect bandpass filter."

While everything he mentions is still true we believe he was being modest, It's a dirty, gritty, growling and whining monster which promises you some of the most peculiar filter sounds you'll ever hear.
However do not classify it as a "weird" distortion unit just yet because besides this hairy character it can be easily tamed (using lower volume levels) and then, with some care and intention from the user, it will transforrm itself showing it's feline purrrrr and cuddle sweet and caring, or like any good mut, showing up at night all happy, wet and dirty from a full dog's day and will lay down at your feet while wiggling it's tail howling as yawning just happy to be back home.

As such, standard volume principles do not quite apply to these units, the Audio Levels will go up to x2 amplification, Drive will go up to x11 and master outs go up to x2. The combination of these will cover all diferent qualities it can present. Overall sound can be distorted pre-Tube (raising input levels), in Tube (raising drive) or post-Tube (raising Out levels).
Higher Inputs and Drive will always be gritty, lower Inputs and Drive volumes together with higher Output levels will make the overall behaviour more mellow and closer to what a typical filter would behave like.

No standard expectations should be considered when acquiring these units, all of the tubes were built in the 70's and were bought from various sources, we always kept the premise that no tube was a bad tube (unless not really workinng) so due to each specific characteristics no module will sound exactly the same, making each unit particularly unique. This uniqueness will be particularly evident on their resonance/self-oscilating timbre as well as in their own microphonic qualities.

Regarding power and current draw, the module is designed using a low power tube, so it won't starve your eurorack power supply.

Tech Specs:
12HP
3.5cm deep
90mA +12V
60mA -12V
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ADDAC System ADDAC221 10x9 Channel CV to CC MIDI System Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776266 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Controller module
Notes: The ADDAC221 is a standard midi controller that allows CV inputs, converting CV variations to MIDI Control Change Messages. This allows interaction with your favourite standalone synthesisers and softwares through simple plug-and-play midi control.

A dedicated software permits the user to store up to 9 different presets, where the CC values of each channel can be configured as wished.

This way the user can preset his favourite synths to control filters, envelopes and whatnot from CC messages coming from the module CV inputs.

Ships with 2 stereo jack to din5 midi cables.
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ADDAC System ADDAC504 Probabilistic Generator Module (black faceplate)
Cat: 776335 Rel: 15 Sep 20
 
Generator module
Notes: This is a complex Gate / CV generator based on probabilities.

Functions:

Knob 1:
%1 = Gate 1 Probability
5TG = Fifth Output Type: Trigger/Gate
N1 = Note 1 Tuning

Knob 2:
%2 = Gate 2 Probability
T.SIZE = Trigger Size
N2 = Note 2 Tuning

Knob 3:
%3 = Gate 3 Probability
DIR = LOCK Mode Direction: Backwards/pendulum/forward
N3 = Note 3 Tuning

Knob 4:
%4 = Gate 4 Probability
S.SIZE = LOCK Mode Sequence Size: up to 16 steps
N4 = Note 4 Tuning

Knob 5:
SWING X = Clock Swing X: 1 to 16
Y = Clock Swing Y: 1 to 16
N5 = Note 5 Tuning

Gate Outputs Behaviour:

At every clock input, based on the four knobs probability settings, the module will select one active gate out, only one of the five gates will be active at all times. All Gate outputs can also behave as a Trigger instead, Trigger size can also be adjusted.

The knobs set the probabilities of each gate to be chosen, here's an example of how this operates

With all first four knobs at 12 o'clock the first Gate has 50% of being the chosen one, the remaining 50% of the times will be passed through the next knobs. So Gate 2 at 12 o'clock has 50% of the remaining 50% left by setting one, which leaves it with 25% chance of being the chosen one, the remaining 25% will be passed through Knob 3 which will have 12.5% chance of being the chosen one, the remaining 12.5% will be sent to Setting 4 which will have a probability of 6.25%. The remaining percentage left by the 4 Settings will always be the probability of Gate 5, in this case the remaining 6.25%.

Here's a couple more examples.

All knobs at 12 0'clock
Setting 1 = 50% chance, 50% left for remaining settings.
Setting 2 = 25% chance, 25% left for remaining settings.
Setting 3 = 12.5% chance, 12.5% left for remaining setting.
Setting 4 = 6.25% chance, 6.25% left for Gate 5.

All knobs at 9 0'clock (aproximate values)
Setting 1 = 20% chance, 80% left for remaining settings.
Setting 2 = 16% chance, 64% left for remaining settings.
Setting 3 = 12.8% chance, 51.2% left for remaining setting.
Setting 4 = 10.24% chance, 40.96% left for Gate 5.

Tuning and CV outputs:

While in the Tuning page you can use all knobs to set the 5 pitches
When in tuning page knobs should be rotated one at a time!
While rotating the knobs the CV out 4 will be used as a monitor, the other 3 CV outs will be behaving normally.
The module detects which pot is being rotated and outputs the relative pitch CV on CV out 4 for all knobs.
While on this page the tuning will be quantized or not relative to the panel Quantize on/off switch. Even if this process is done in quantized mode the module always store the free value in order to allow quantisation to be turned off later.
Once you're happy with the tuning you can exit the page, new values are stores to memory while exiting the page.
When tuning the module detects both the note selected and the relative octave.

CV Outs behaviour
This will be easier to explain with examples

Let's say we tuned these notes:

C0 or 0v
D1 or 1.166v
F2 or 2.466v
G3 or 3.583v
A4 or 4.75v

1. Next Logic out calculated is gate 3.
CV outs 1-2-3 will output a note in octave 2, the note itself is randomised from the 5 tuned notes (C,D,F,G,A).
CV out 4 will output the exact note tuned with knob 3 (F2)

2. Next Logic out calculated is gate 5.
CV outs 1-2-3 will output a note in octave 4, the note itself is randomised from the 5 tuned notes (C,D,F,G,A).
CV out 4 will output the exact note tuned with knob 5 (A4)

Out 1-2-3 is octave related
Out 4 always output the original tuned note

Knobs Pages access:

MENU/TRIGGER button is used to access pages
After power up it gets to first page by default.

Page 1:
MENU/TRIGGER button is off and blinks with clock inputs

Page 2:
Pressing the MENU/TRIGGER button for 3 seconds the Button Led lights up meaning you're in Page 2, changing knobs will affect the secondary function.
Releasing the button jumps to Page 1

Page 3:
Pressing the MENU/TRIGGER button for 3 seconds the Button Led lights up, keeping it pressed without moving any knob for 3 more seconds makes the Button led go off. At this time you can release the button. After that the button will light up meaning you're in page 3, or the tuning page.
Pressing the button one time jumps to Page 1

Soft-Recall and Memory:

Knob positions are stored in memory while in operation to be able to have a soft recall of the settings, so when jumping from page to page you'll need to rotate the knob until you find the last setting and only then they start to operate. Whenever the pot crosses the last setting point the MENU/TRIGGER button will blink indicating that the knob is now active.

Page 2 & 3 have permanent memory so it will always load the last settings after power up.
Page one is volatile and powers up with the initial knobs settings.
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ADDAC System ADDAC503 Marble Physics Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC503 Marble Physics Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776332 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Marble physics module
Notes: Newtonian physics on a modular synth! The ADDAC503 Marble Physics is a CV generator based on the mechanics behavior of a marble on a tray.

Through this realtime physics simulator you'll be able to control several parameters that will affect the behavior of a model of a spherical object against a plane. You can tilt the plane or bump the marble with a certain strength, which will cause it to roll and bounce on elastic walls.

The model will output the object's XY position or velocity and you can control other physical parameters, like the walls' elasticity or the strength of a bump. When the marble hits walls the bounce output triggers and you can additionally lock the X axis for a one dimension simulation. Finally you can also set the overall speed of the simulation.

By controlling all of these properties you be able simulate several scenarios where the marble falls, gets gently pulled by gravity, orbits indefinitely or bounces on walls like a pinball. Truly engaging physics simulations!

Mechanical:
. Format: Eurorack
. Width: 10 HP
. Depth: 5.2 cm

Control Voltage I/O:
. CV inputs: i 10v
. CV outputs: i 5v

Electrical:
. Max current: 150mA
. Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector
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ADDAC System ADDAC601 VC Fixed Filterbank Module (black faceplate)
Cat: 776346 Rel: 15 Sep 20
 
Analog filterbank module
Notes: Eight independent fixed-frequency filter bands combine with linear VCAs to create massive sonic potential. VCAs also double as envelope followers, with a CV output per band.

Supplier's Notes:

The ADDAC601 Analog Filterbank will have you shaping the spectrum of your sound "tout de suite".

With its 8 fixed frequencies, this very special filterbank has two additional features that you won't find anywhere else. Each of the 8 band volumes can be controlled through a linear high performance VCA, which adds great dynamics and new abilities to the art of filtering. Additionally this module also doubles as an envelope follower, with a dedicated CV output per band.

It features numerous output options: you can select between individual bands, the full processed sound, a wet/dry signal and even choose between odd or even frequencies.

Plus you can add up to two different signals, which are mixed internally by the ADDAC601 inputs.

- Format: Eurorack
- Width: 20 HP
- Depth: 5.5 cm

Control Voltage I/O:
- CV inputs: i 5v
- CV outputs: 0 - 10v

Electrical:
. Compatible with +-12v and +-15v power supplies
. Max current: +340mA/-350mA
. Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector
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ADDAC System ADDAC206 Switching Sequencer Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC206 Switching Sequencer Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776180 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Switching sequencer module
Notes: This is a Quad Channel Switcher.

Among many other possibilities it allows to:

Turn any 4x4 step sequencer into a 16 step sequencer.
Scramble sequences with diferent clock division settings.
Route 1 audio or voltage signal to 4 diferent destinations.
Switch between 4 audio or voltage signals

MECHANICAL:
Format: Eurorack
Width: 8 HP
Depth: 3.5 cm

ELECTRICAL:
Max current: +80mA/-40mA
Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector.
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ADDAC System ADDAC207 Intuitive Quantizer Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC207 Intuitive Quantizer Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776182 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Quantizer module
Notes: 4 Voices of Quantization with a 10 octave range.

Menu Reaction Time can be adjusted and saved.

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
Octave Offsets
Keyboard Mode (using Buttons as triggers)
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ADDAC System ADDAC800X High-End Outputs Module (red faceplate) ADDAC System ADDAC800X High-End Outputs Module (red faceplate)
Cat: 776392 Rel: 08 Sep 20
 
Outputs module
Notes: Inspired by the legacy designs of premium vintage gear, the ADDAC800X behaves like a high-quality DI box and is all about keeping the sound coming from your Modular free from any undesired noisy interferences, making sure that what you're getting from your outputs is what your Modular is actually producing. It provides galvanic electrical isolation between the Modular system and external sources preventing impedance mismatch and ground loop induced hum. ADDAC's 800X circuit is designed around a unity 1:1 type nickel core Hammond Audio Transformer from the 140UEX series (equivalent to Jensen audio transformers).

Operating in the 20 Hz to 20 KHz range and providing exceptional shielding from external sources, this impedance matching transformer provides the 800X with two fully balanced high-end outputs (via XLR connectors).

Applying a transformer balanced output isolation has lots of advantages over other less expensive ways for dealing with ground loop issues. This method provides the chance to set a very simple and clean circuit in which the signal transfer process develops smoothly and humming free. The transformer is a device that performs both signal balancing and high-to-low (or vice-versa) impedance conversion, while rejecting straggled DC voltage and Radio Frequency Interference from signal passing through a magnetic bridge. In a transformer, two (or more) coils (called windings) of insulated wire wound around a magnetic metal core allow for its input(s) and output(s) not to be physically connected together. When an AC signal passes through the input winding (the primary), a perfectly related AC signal appears on the output winding (the secondary). This way, by the fact that signal flows via inductive coupling between the two windings of the transformer, the ADDAC 800X presents a most accurate electrical isolation between its input and output. A same number of windings on each coil guarantees that there's no gain loss when audio signal passes from the primary to the secondary windings. Furthermore, since these two windings are insulated from each other, the transformer will electrically isolate the 800X from any other device, preventing hum problems coming from an outsider ground.

LEFT IN will output sound to both channels.
Through RIGHT IN, signal will only find its way on OUT 2 (if the LEFT/RIGHT toggle is lifted up, RIGHT IN will be ignored and LEFT IN will be present in both OUTs). With both INs connected you'll have two separate outputs (LEFT IN -> OUT 1 & RIGHT IN -> OUT2). However, lifting up the LEFT/RIGHT toggle you'll also find RIGHT IN ignored and LEFT IN will fed both OUTs.

Each TRANSFORMER ISOLATED OUTPUT section has its signal overload warning led and two dedicated toggle switches: one that works as a simple amplifier / attenuator pad to +6dB / -10dB respectively, and a LIFT/FLOAT/GND toggle. This last one is a 3-way selector that lets you choose between lift, ground or floating ground (toggle's middle position) to be taken as reference for the ground point. In the LIFT position the module circuit will be lifted to ground through a 100R resistor and a 10nF capacitor and pin 1 of the XLR connection will act as the ground point. Choosing GROUND will put ground to be shared between inputs and outputs. Floating ground will leave ins and outs grounds completely apart from each other. Any of these three positions may be the best form of avoiding ground loops or any other undesired interference occurring between your modular and the sound system you're plugging it into. Try out which one of this options will work the best in a given situation.

An HEADPHONES AMPLIFIER (with VOLUME knob) connection is available for quietly working with your modular or pre-listen your sounds before making them public matter in a live situation. This section features an OPA2134 High-Performance Audio Operational Amplifier. This device presents the ideal characteristics for use with an headphones set, like ultra-low distortion and low-noise fully specified for audio applications, in combination with high-output drive capability and excellent DC performance that altogether allow for high-dynamic headroom and really superior sound quality.

Mechanical:
. Format: Eurorack
. Width: 8 HP
. Depth: 6.7 cm

Electrical:
. Max current: 100mA? on each rail
. Bus Board Cable: 8 × 2 IDC (Doepfer style) connector
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