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The Real World Interface from Verbos Electronics extracts loudness and pitch information from sources taken from the (electronic) world outside of your Eurorack and transforms them into Euro-compatible CVs.
The Real World Interface is the link between all your sound sources and your modular system. It offers three channels, two of which are identical. The right and left channels each provide an audio input or a condenser microphone with a high quality preamp. From these signals it is then possible to boost the original signal to Modular level, as well as extract an envelope with variable decay as well as a gate. The middle channel extends this concept with an Automatic Gain Control (a.g.c.) (a powerful compressor), as well as a frequency detection circuit. The Frequency Detector allows you to generate various control voltages from simple monophonic signals. On the one hand there is a pitch CV, which you can send to any destination (e.g. your favorite oscillator), or the Locked Osc. which outputs a sine wave, at the same pitch as the input signal. However, this detection has its limits and cannot always detect the correct pitches. Here it depends strongly on the input signal. However, this is also the charm of such circuits. A real exchange between musician and synthesizer might happen here. It is of course also possible to use Verbos Real World Interface simply as a chaotic CV source.
- Interface for three external signals
- Condenser microphones
- Envelope follower with variable decay
- Gate extraction
- Frequency detection
- High quality preamps
Mark Verbos started playing electronic music instruments at the early age of 13. He had the chance to learn electronics under the auspices of none other than Grant Richter and became the reference contact person for repairs of vintage Buchla systems. Years later, he started started creating the instruments he uses himself on stage under Verbos Electronics and since 2017 moved operations from NYC to Berlin.