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Tirana 2 is a compact sequencer module for generating CV and gate / trigger signals. Four steps with mute function, up to four repetitions and ratcheting are available. Two or more Tirana modules can be linked to create more extensive patterns. – This sequencer system grows with your requirements. During operation, the playback direction can be changed via control voltages. Transposing sequences is possible as well. Thanks to this function, Tirana V2 is not only a capable composition tool and modulator, but a great arpeggiator as well.
Tirana V2 features four directly editable steps for programming CV and gate / trigger signals. Each step can be muted individually. However, it isn’t skipped. Only the gate / trigger output will deactivate, the CV socket remains active. In other words, you can program slides. Switching between gate and trigger mode is done via a button combination. Using two jumpers on the back of the module, musicians can calibrate the Tirana’s CV range. The following options are available:
- Unipolar mode of operation in the range from 0 V to +10 V or 0 V to +5 V.
- Bipolar mode of operation in the range from -5 V to +5 V or -2.5 V to +2.5 V.
Steps can be repeated up to four times. Their length remains the same. This means that, all in all, Tirana 2 is able to produce sequences with a length of 16 steps. More extensive patterns can be programmed by linking to or more modules via ribbon cables. Alternatively to the repetition mode described above, musicians can activate a ratcheting function per step. The difference is that with ratcheting, the length of one step is divided in up to four notes.
A trigger signal at the direction socket makes Tirana 2 switch between two playback modes: Forward and backwards. For transposing sequences, there is a CV input. Thanks to this connector, Tirana 2 can be used as an arpeggiator.
For controlling the module, there are clock and reset inputs. Incoming clock signals can be divided by a factor of 2, 3 or 4.
|Power consumption +12V:||30|
|Power consumption -12V:||5|
XAOC (as written in Cyrillic alphabet, pronounced "chaos") is an innovative Polish company that started offering a user interface for the Doepfer DIY synth named Karl Marx Stadt (nowadays, Chemnitz) and later designed the clever circular sequencer Moskwa. Besides the peculiarity of naming their modules after ex-Soviet cities, XAOC Devices have established themselves solidly in the eurorack scene offering appealing designs, like their recent Odessa oscillator, as mighty as the Battleship Potemkin.