TipTop Audio QuantiZer Does A Lot More Than You Think
Custom scales, musical sketchpad, keyboard and yeah a quantizer 05/12/16
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TipTop Audio have just released the rather glamorous video for their new QuantiZer featuring the undeniably attractive talents and of actress and presumably keen synthesist Denise Luzzi. But that's just a distraction form the actual features of the new Eurorack module. It features TipTop's advanced DSP processing of incoming voltages with negligible latency with a fader for performing extra processing - portamento, transposition, even playing notes itself. That is if you don't fancy using the on board 12 note keyboard with user programmable scales.
Slider that can be set to play notes, add portamento to an incoming sequence, transpose a sequence with in an octave range or transpose a sequence with in 5 octave range.
12 note keyboard can be set to play notes manually, add and subtract notes from scales, transpose a sequence as well as setup a variety of settings that define the quantizer behavior and sync with other modules.
Major and Minor keys built in
24 user scales ready to be filled up with your own custom scales.
Built in sketch pad records and plays back keys entered manually on the keyboard and slider in sync with external clock and reset signal
Scale CV in can be set to switch between changing scales or transposing pitches using CV from sequencers.
Free run or Trigger mode
Precision temperature compensated 1V/Oct CV generation on output
Input ranges, +/-5V CV from LFOs, bi-polar envelopes and such, or 0-10V / 0-5V standard CV from sequencers.
Comes with free lipstick (actually, we made that up)