Møffenzeef Mødular tells us that they have some new USB devices. They say that POCKET CLOCK-IT is a USB powered, 4 channel, generative gate sequencer that is meant to be used with analog synthesizers and Eurorack modules while SHTICK is a tiny and cheap noise synth. Here's the details in the company's own words...
POCKET CLOCK-IT is a USB powered, 4 channel, generative gate sequencer that is meant to be used with analog synthesizers and Eurorack modules. POCKET CLOCK-IT creates random rhythms that can be looped, saved, and recalled. The step length for each sequence can be controlled separately or globally. In addition to a sequencer, POCKET CLOCK-IT is also a 4 channel programmable clock divider. POCKET CLOCK-IT can be clocked with any voltage over 1/2 a volt (even audio!). If you're enjoying what you're doing with POCKET CLOCK-IT, presets can be saved to any of the onboard 8 memory locations. These presets can be recalled on the grid with the next incoming clock pulse. Clock divider mode and random mode have separate memory banks. You can use POCKET CLOCK-IT to sequence a bunch of stuff or use it as a utility to tie all of your devices together. Is that a CLOCK-IT in your POCKET or are you just happy to see me?
SHTICK is a tiny and cheap nøise synth. Plug it intø a USB pørt tø pøwer it. The audiø øutput is line level with an 1/8" jack øutput . Pushing the buttøn randømizes all parameters øf the algørithm. Yøu cannøt cøntrøl ør tame the øutput øf SHTICK. NØTE*** USB IS JUST FØR PØWER. AUDIØ DØES NØT TRAVEL ØVER USB!
Pricing and Availability:
POCKET CLOCK-IT: $125
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They want to unleash the power