NAMM 2015: Qu-Bit Electronix Modules

US We get a look at 4 new modules...      23/01/15
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Andrew from Qu-bit gave us a look at the new modules.

First up it is the Nano Rand which is a 4HP random, S/H and noise module. It has four different random algorithms, clock output and lots more.

Then we get a look at the Tri-ger which is a manual gate from the trigger pads but you can record a sequence of triggers tapped out from the buttons. It then extrapolates a clock signal based on the loop you recorded.

Third we have the tiny 2HP EON which is an attack decay envelope first of all, but a also functions as an oscillator and a noise source.

Finally we have the Chord module which is a polyphonic 7th chord oscillator.

Edd Butterworth


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