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Hand records friction on the front panel using a piezo element. Results are converted into a CV sequence. The voltage curves can be smoothed via a slew potentiometer. A reset input allows you to restart the sequence at any time. At the end of each pattern cycle, a trigger signal is generated.
Operating the Hand module is easy as pie: Simply hold down the Rec button and wipe around with your finger on the front panel. Results are converted into a control voltage, which is emitted via the CV output. At the end of each pattern cycle, Hand generates a trigger signal at the EOL socket. The recorded sequence can be restarted at any time using the RST input.
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Meng Qi is a multifaceted individual: musician; university teacher and lecturer of sound synthesis and programming, and of course, instrument designer. In 2015 he designed his first module and by now his dual passive low pass gate DPLPG has found a home in many racks around the world. Mengqi has a passion for left-field instruments such as Ciat-Lonbarde and Rob Hordijk’s Rungler design (Benjolin)