Clear a room faster than ever with the West Coast Noise System. The amount of insanity you can create from so few modules is incredible. It’s analog drums, 8bit crunch and noise married to a sequencer. Be sonically devastating or intriguingly melodic.
Includes a power brick and a 20-pack of patch cables.
The ‘Sequence 8’ analog 8-step sequencer is a traditional 8-step sequencer with some extremely handy features.
- 8 Steps with high-gate output per step
- 3 CV Outs, each with their own attenuator, 0-5 volt output.
- Clock Input and Output
- Coarse & fine clock adjustment
- Switchable linear ‘random’ function with speed adjustment
- Momentary & Hard Hold Function
- Manual Step Button
- Internal/External Clock Switch
- Reset Input Jack
MST Noise Sample and Hold / Track and Hold
The MST Noise/ Sample & Hold / Track & Hold Module supplies you with all the noise and random goodness you need in one small 4HP package. White, pink, and slow-random noise are just a patch away. The white noise is normalled to the signal input or input your signal of choice and break the normalled connection. To activate either the S&H or T&H, just supply the module with your clock source to start generating stepped random control voltages.
Atari Punk Console
Here is our Atari Punk Console in Eurorack form! Originally designed by DIY electronics guru Forrest Mims III as the ìStepped Tone Generatorî, the Atari Punk Console is one of the most famous and recognizable Lo-Fi synth circuits ever. Using a single 556 dual timer IC with minimal part count, the Atari Punk Console circuit is a solid, time-tested noise generator capable of outrageous square wave madness!
The DS-M is a full featured drum synth that can emulate virtually any drum sound!
The DS-M (Drum Synth Module) is a complex, modifiable, 100% analog drum synth loosely based on the Coron DS-8 and neatly packaged into an 8hp module.
Changes to the original DS-8 include:
– VCA-like trigger input (more voltage = louder output)
– Trimmer-adjustable attack
– LED trigger indicator
– 1v/o tracking (C0-C4)
– Triangle core oscillator
– Additional noise color switch setting (3 settings instead of 2)
– More distinct noise timbres
– Louder, improved noise circuit
– Really LOW bass frequencies
– Total range ~4Hz to 2.6kHz
In addition to being a highly versatile analog drum synth, this unit is also a fully functional monophonic synth that has these features:
– 1v/o tracking (C0-C4)
– Adjustable attack and decay envelope over the VCA
– Built-in LFO circuit
– Sweep circuit
– Noise circuit
DIRT is a 4HP low-pass filter / effect for the Eurorack modular synth platform. Inspired by one of our favorite ‘noisy’ filters, the DIRT is an unapologetic filter / effect that produces interesting and unique effects via the Bias knob, accessible from the front panel.
It’s not a traditional filter; it’s an effects module with filtering, ring mod effects, wave shaping and even outright brutal harmonic distortion.
DIRT likes to square things up a bit, so throw in a triangle, sawtooth, sine or other wave forms for different style effects. Even plugging a guitar (using an external amplification module) into the DIRT produces some great sounds and heavy distortion.
The Synthrotek DLY is a PT2399 bucket-brigade style delay Eurorack module. The PT2399 IC delivers lush analog-sounding tones (the IC is partially digital). The DLY is similar in tone to our ECHO Eurorack module, but its features make it unique in its own right.
Unlike the ECHO which always has a wet signal (i.e. the echo effect is always mixed in with the input), the DLY offers a true wet/dry Mix knob. When the Mix knob is fully counter-clockwise, you get a dry signal. When it is fully clockwise, you get a fully wet signal. This allows the user to incorporate this module into effects sends, etc. Also, the DLY allows for CV over Feedback and has an internal Feedback amount trimpot for precise adjustment.
Another added feature is the delay Rate range internal trimpot, which allows you to dial in the delay range of your choice. Adjust the trimmer and main Rate knob to dial in clean short slap-backs all the way to the extreme, chaotic sounds of an over-clocked PT2399 chip.
The 1U UniBuffer combines a buff mult and a unity gain mixer into a 1U module. It’s great for small cases where you want both functions available (like the Power Lunch). The Buffered Multiple is a PRECISION buffered mult that is perfect for for 1V/O CV sources. The 1U Unity Gain Mixer adds input signals together and combines them for a summed output.
1U Stereo Output Mixer
The 1U Stereo Mixer is intended for pannable stereo output, but it is also suitable for both DC (Gates, Triggers and Control Voltage) & AC (audio) signals. It has 2 channels with 2 inputs per channel