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BRAINS is a clocked sequential binary event machine, intended to be connected to tactile controllers.
Or let´s just say it´s an sequencer expander for one or two Pressure Points by Make Noise which allows you to create a haptical three channel analogue sequencer with either four or eight steps, depending on the number of Pressure Points you use.
Binary inputs allow for starting or stopping the sequencer, for changing the running direction and for resetting the unit by a gate or a switching voltage of 1V.
The touch-gate input is Brain's only output and outputs a gate signal whenever a touchpad is touched.
The touch-clock input has a dual purpose:
- Without a master clock applied to the main clock input, events generated by hitting the touchplates will be synchronized in time to the touch-clock.
- With master clock and when playing the touchpads a new sequence is generated where the length and timing is depending of the relationship of the Touch-Clock to the Master Clock. Even divisions of the master clock will produces tame variations of the main sequence. Non-synchronized clocks will produce unpredictable results.
Brains only needs ground and +12V to operate so besides using the usual Eurorack power distribution you can connect Brains to a external wall wart too.
|Power consumption +12V:||10|
BRAINS auf der MakeNoise-Seite;http://www.makenoisemusic.com/brains.shtml;Bedienungsanleitung (pdf);http://www.makenoisemusic.com/manuals/BrainsManual.pdf;Video: Anschliessen eines PP;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrZtP4GSxIY;Video: Anschliessen zweier PPs;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyAPOIwRfzM
Already interested in electronics at the early age of 12, Tony Rolando learned everything about circuits and musical instrument design by himself. He worked for Moog Music for a while and some sabbatical years, he founded Make Noise in 2008 in Asheville, North Carolina. By now, his reinterpretation of the Serge DUSG, Maths, is probably the most ubiquitous module in the eurorack universe ever. Make Noise continues to surprise with new and inspiring modules, including collaborations with Tom Erbe of Soundhack.