2008-07

The stereo voltage controlled compressor VC-FCS is available.
 
A new firmware version for the S1 MIDI/CV is available.
The new version is 5.00.
Fixed issues:
Very fast playing could cause notes to hang or be missed. Controller values could also be missed.
The problem occured together with equipment capable of sending MIDI data with more or less no latency between transmitted bytes, and/or in combination with running status.
 

2008-04

The MX-7 is a seven channel voltage controlled mixer. It consist of seven "state-of-the-art" voltage controlled amplifiers which can be routed by switches to main outputs (A and B). All channels has the mute control, as well.

 

2008-03

New modules, available Autum 2008

The CRV-24 is a four band crossover with 24 dB/octave for all slopes. Crossover frequencies can be controlled manually and by attenuable CV signals. The incomming signal INPUT is splitted in four bands; LP (24 dB/oct low pass filter, MID1 (high pass and low pass), MID2 (high pass and low pass) and HP (high pass filter).

The DEL-4 is a high audio quality four channel delay module. It's so called "open system" and which means that all inputs, outputs and controllers can be coupled (routed) to external modules, such as modulators/modifiers and mixers for maximal flexibility. The DL-4 consist of for identical delay lines.

The FL-2 is a high audio quality stereo flanger. It accept both mono and stereo audio signal. The FL-2 has build-in a quadrature modulator (LFO) for spatial/stereo flanging effects. 

The QVC-4 is an advanced joystick controller for controlling of build-in four quality voltage controlled amplifiers and more...

 

2008-02

The VC0-6 is now produced and in stock (Analogue Haven/USA and Schneidersbuero/EU)

 

2008-01

The MX-4S, market "REV.A" on the rear, are modified in the sense that all manual controllers are not disabled by external CV controllers.

New module, available in the beginning of 2008

The VC0-6 is a single voltage controlled oscillator and has six individual waveforms. The frequency is controlled with manual controllers (knobs) and FM (leveled inputs). The VCO-6 can by sync-ed by an external signals frequency, as well. Frequency controllers. The oscillator's frequency is controlled by RANGE (from C2 to C8), TUNE knob (± 6 semitones in AUDIO mode and (± 12 semitones in LFO mode) and leveled FM inputs; DC/AC coupled FM1 and exponential F2 and FM3). Frequency modulation determinates the intensity of frequency modulation and/or pitch control. The FM2 and FM3 inputs are carefully calibrated for 1Volt/octave sensitivity and it tracks the musical scale more than 8 octaves in audio band.

 

2007-10

Module updates

The ADSR-VC2 and the RES-4, market "REV.A" on the rear, are modified in the sense that all manual controllers (Frequency,

Q-peak and others) are not disabled by external CV controllers.

 

2007-08

New module, available in the beginning of 2008.

The M-ATT4 is a four channel attenuator and it's dedicated for

controlling of the MX-4S, the VCEQ-4 and the RES-4.

The M-ATT4 has some useful functions, such as:

* Individual gain and offset controls for each channel.

* Spread and master offset voltage control for all four channels.

The M-ATT4 will be available in 1.5-2 months time.

 

New module, available in April/May 2008.

The VC-FCS is a true stereo version of the VC-FC.

The VC-FCS will be introduced in 1-1.5 month time.

Last update;

10 July, 2008