Circuit Bent Digital Audio Buffer Module

Qu-Bit Data Bender provides the sounds of skipping CDs, software bugs and more      26/10/20

Qu-Bit Electronix tells us that Data Bender is a circuit bent digital audio buffer. They say that it is inspired by the ways in which audio equipment can fail. The sounds of skipping CDs, software bugs, and defective tape machine playback are all accessible. A spokesperson told us, "The 96kHz, 24-bit audio buffer can hold over a minute of stereo audio, providing a sonic canvas capable of infinite surprises and discovery."

Features:

  • Circuit bent digital audio buffer
  • Skipping CDs, software bugs, old tape machine, scratched records
  • 96kHz sampling rate, 24-bit depth for high fidelity audio with over a minute of stereo sampling time
  • Stereo IO

 

Tech Specs

  • Width: 14HP
  • Depth: 28mm
  • Power: +12V: 58mA, -12V: 60mA, +5V: 0mA

 

Pricing and Availability:
$349

More information:

 



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