BITRAZER is a unique modular effect combining intense bit and sample rate crushing effects and unprecedented control and flexibility. Able to be used as a tabletop unit or as a Eurorack module, and with an array of CV/Gate inputs, this compact 21 HP unit has a wide range of uses from studio production to live performance. Not only for modular synth users, BITRAZER is perfect for keyboard players, guitarists, DJs or any adventurous musician looking to expand their sound. Carefully crafted in Japan, BITRAZER has large, ultra-smooth controls with over 16 million steps of resolution and is fully re-programmable via computer or tablet.
- Intense bit and sample rate destruction
- CV/Gate parameter control including sample rate, bit depth, and filter
- Tabletop unit or 21 HP Eurorack module using AC adaptor or Eurorack power
- 24-bit knobs with over 16 million steps of resolution
- Re-programmable via Mac, PC, iOS, Android application
- 15 patchable submodules, expandable with free updates
- 2 inputs and 2 outputs with dual-mono or stereo capability
- AIRA Link compatible
- 24bit/96kHz audio interface
Performed live on a modular synthesizer with Electro Harmonix 45000 looper.
Ableton Live feeds notes to Yarns. Yarns in 4M, clocked by Ableton plays Tides > Clouds, triggers René, triggers Peaks and modulates Elements, clocks Electro Harmonix 45000 playing two loops (SH-101 > Eventide H9).
René triggers Maths Ch. 4 which Gates Elements.
René QCV to Elements VOCT, CV to Elements Mallet.
Maths modulates Elements and Tides:
Elements – EOR > Position, OR > Geometry, SUM > Space
Tides – Ch. 1 env to Tides Level and Smooth, INV to Shape
Additional reverb, delay, sidechain compression in Ableton Live.
SynthFest 2015 – Nantes. Présentation Moog Modular par Olivier Grall.
Alex and William made a patch using the Noise Engineering Zularic Repetitor to sequence drum modules which were mixed and sent into the Sequential Switch Matrix (SSM). The SSM routed the drums to different effect modules as well as back into itself for some crazy feedback loop moments. The SSF Ultra Random Analog kept the squence fresh by randomly modulating our secret prototype module as well as a VCA that allowed feedback to occur.
At the 2015 Summer NAMM Show, Roland was previewing their upcoming System 500 Eurorack modular synthesizer line.
EMW’s new module can create almost all the noises from vintage arcade machines. Among many possible modulations to the Clock frequency and algorithm tap points, you can also PLAY the module using a square wave from a VCO to modulate the internal algorithm reset point.
Voice 1: Tip Top Z3000, wave multiplier by Expert Sleeepers Disting, sequenced by Future Retro Zillion, Voice 2: The Serge modular synth, controlled with various eurorack modules: sequenced by Make Noise René, 4ms Shuffling Clock Multiplier, Doepfer A-145 LFO. One channel is also processed through Intellijel µFold II and then send back to the mixer/VCA of the serge panel. Added some reverb & delay to the final signal in Ableton Life.
Demo of zmors modular synthesizer for ipad
zMors modular is a modular synthesizer. You can add
various modules to your patch and connect them with
cables. You can use hardware gear with up to 8 usb outputs
for audio and/or control voltage send.
– 64 bit support
– send up to 8 audio/cv to your modular synth via USB Audio
– 32bit float audio engine with up to 16x oversampling
– InterAppAudio up to 96K
– Midi input
– very low Storage usage
– skinning with custom background images
OSC, MultimodeFilter, WaveTable, ADSR, Slew, VCA, DSP, Combiner, Oscilloscope, Chords,
CV Sequencer, Step Sequencer, Midi Keyboard,Midi File Player, XYPad, Delay, Reverb,
Inter App Audio Host, Sample Player, Macro for complex setups
– square keep sign
– 1-x (invert unipolar)
– x*-1 (invert phase)
– unipolar to bipolar and back
– hard clip bi- and unipolar
– quantizes halftones and octave
– up- and downsampling
– convert to 55Hz/V
– DC correction
– Slide low pass
A short overview and demonstration of the A-111-1 and Pulse width modulation. Sound and Video by Raul Pena.