Modular stuff: Spiral Flame Chord Machine

August 26, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Time for a new modular treat, check out the massive spec below. The Flame Chord Machine module generates from an incoming CV over a range of 9 octaves a chord, represented by four seprate output voltages. Besides this there is an apreggiatior integrated that you can use as a quantizer. The module can be used for creating 2-note, 3-note or 4-note chords plus a fifth arpeggio voice.

4 octave dim arpeggiato
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