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Clep Diaz is a multi-mode CV generator. The module generates stepped control voltages with variable progression and a maximum length of 32 steps. Alternatively, it can be used as a LFO or random generator. Thanks to clock and reset inputs, Clep Diaz is usable similar to a non-quantized CV sequencer. Three outputs emit unipolar and bipolar results plus trigger signals. Clep Diaz can be used for modulations as well as for creating (pseudo-)random melodies.
Clep Diaz features three modes of operation, in detail:
- Step mode – The module generates stepped control voltages. The number of steps can be determined manually and altered via a CV input. At most, the module generates patterns with 32 steps. You can choose between three directions: Upward, downward and up / down alternating.
- Random mode – Similar to the step mode, but the step values are altered via a random algorithm.
- LFO mode – With this mode active, Clep Diaz generates a LFO waveform based on smooth noise. In addition to the amplitude, the ratio of ascending and descending edge can be edited. (Think saw-tooth, triangle and ramp, but less straight-forward.)
A clock input makes it possible to synchronize the module. A reset input was implemented as well. The BOC connector outputs a trigger signal each time the step or random sequence is restarted. In LFO mode, triggers are generated randomly. The sequence or LFO waveform is emitted at an unipolar and a bipolar output.
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