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The 4ms Catalyst Controller is the central control unit in your Eurorack system. It can handle presets, chords and even CV recording!
Some people claim that there are no presets in the Eurorack. This is not necessarily true, because all you need is a module that can memorize and recall CV values. This was already done in 1973 in the old Serge panels and can of course be done much better and more complex with today's equipment.
Catalyst Controller has a total of 8 CV/gate outputs that can store different settings in up to 64 scenes. This means you have 64 presets, each with 8 settings, to change your entire system by trigger, CV or hand movement. This changeover can even be done very smoothly, allowing you to fade between scenes seamlessly. Very interesting for live performances!
The Catalyst Controller also has a few more aces up its sleeve. You can record and playback incoming CV or fader movements, quantize the generated voltages or create random settings.
Catalyst Controller is an intuitive module for complex results that would otherwise be difficult to achieve! A partner you can rely on.
- Smooth, responsive crossfade morphs between scenes
- Eight output channels, each can be CV or Gate
- Arrange scenes into pathways of up to 64 scenes
- Smooth, responsive crossfader morphs from scene to scene along the pathway
- Set slew/lag to limit how fast scenes can change
- Adjustable Morph time per output
- Control crossfading with an external CV
- Record and playback up to 20 seconds of CV and crossfader motion
- CV outputs can be set to -5V to +10V maximum, or limited to +/-5V, +5V, +3V, or +1V
- CV outputs can be unquantized (sub-1mV resolution), or Quantized to common scales
- Randomization of channel values/gates
Catalyst Controller is secretely Catalyst Sequencer. Just enter a certain command to change the mode. If you want to stick to this transformation, just flip the frontplate and reveal the Sequencer artwork.
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Based in Portland (Oregon, US) Dan Green and Jeannot Quenson had a years experience already building guitar pedals. Since one input/output and tone and volume control felt a bit limiting, they applied their knowledge and passion to building a wide range of modules. Their collaboration with Matthias Puech (developer of the Clouds' Parasites alternative firmware) and Gary Hall (designer of the Lexicon PCM42) have proved to be very fruitful.