Malekko - Varigate 4+
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- Order number: 200013
- Depth: 26
Easy to use, yet very versatile – Varigate 4+ is a four-track, eight step sequencer. While its predecessor was limited to gate signals, this module is able to generate CV signals as well. Probability, ratchet and delay options per step make drum patterns come to life. Quantize and glide functions help musicians to compose melodies. The control and sync department was upgraded as well. Furthermore, it is now possible to save patterns in 4 x 4 banks. On top of that, the Varigate 4+ can be combined with the Voltage Block or Varigate 8+.
- Switch between 4 channels of 5v gate outputs, 4 channels of CV outs or 2 gates and 2 CV outs
- 8 steps per channel
- GLIDE per step
- PLAY/STOP function
- DIVIDE and MULTIPLY clock per channel
- Adjust sequence length per channel
- Adjust PULSEWIDTH per channel
- Program NOTES (for CV outs)
- Quantized SCALE adjustment
- TEMPO COARSE adjustment per bank (This parameter adjusts the internal clock between 30 and 255 BPM
- TEMPO FINE adjustment (This parameter adjusts the clock +/- 25 BPM)
- Change SEQUENCE mode per channel (Forward, Reverse, Pendulum and Random)
- CLK IN: Clock input with LED indicator
- RESET: Gate input for resetting to step 1
- CLK OUT: Clock output with LED indicator
- PROBABILITY: Control the probability of a step outputting a gate.
- REPEAT: Control the amount a step repeats
- RANDOMIZER functions for Repeat, Note, and Glide
- Saved PRESETS function
- Slave Voltage Block to Varigate 4+
- Slave Varigate 4+ to Varigate 8+ for use as an “expander” (for a total of 14 channels)
- LED BAR GRAPH: displays the step currently being adjusted as well as a final overview of all adjusted steps.
- LEDs for A,B,C and D indicating gate outs, notes for each channel.
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Varigate 4+ @Malekko
Joshua Holley and Paul Barker (former member of the band Ministry) started building guitar pedals on a kitchen table. At some point they moved to Portland and released some designs by Grant Richter from Wiard. Later on they were appointed by Japanese synth-giant Roland to help them engineer their port to eurorack of the 500-series. By now, Malekko is a very established name in the eurorack scene.