Utility Bundle

$33.33 $50.00

Get 128Mix, Comparator, CV Mapper, Random Seed and the Velocity Controlled Envelope and save over 33% compared to the sum of the individual prices.

With the 128Mix module you can send a single signal to eight different outputs. Each output can be attenuated and/or inverted. Very useful when sending an LFO signal to multiple destinations.

The Comparator module compares the values of the first two inputs according to the selected condition and outputs the "THEN" input, if the condition is true, or the "ELSE" input otherwise. The "COND" output goes high (+5V) , if the condition is true. If the condition is false then the "COND" output goes low (0V).

The CV Mapper module maps the input value between "in min" and "in max" to a value between "out min" and "out max". The input value is clipped at "in min" and "in max" respectively. A positive "slope" value applies an exponential slope to the output, while a negative value applies a logarithmic one.

Random Seed outputs a random value between "min" and "max" that changes with a probability of "density" percent at any given sample. When set to external trigger, the value changes as soon as the trigger value exceeds 2.5 volts. A positive slope value increases the probability for values closer to "max" while a negative slope makes values closer to "min" more probable.

With the VCE module you can apply velocity to an envelope for more dynamic play. The amount knob determines how much the velocity affects the envelope amplitude, e.g. at an amount of 20% and a velocity of 0 the envelope output maximum is 4V, at 40% and 0 velocity the maximum is 3V and so on. The slope knob sets the velocity sensitivity, where negative values correspond to an exponential velocity curve and positive values to a logarithmic curve.

Detailed user manuals are available for all modules in this bundle.

If you have any module specific questions, please consult the user manuals or visit the Monkey Business Audio forum. For questions about Voltage Modular in general, please visit the Cherry Audio forum. If you don't want to ask your question in the forum you can send me a pm or an email.