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The Ziqal Dimension MK3 is the update of the versatile polyphonic wavetable oscillator.
25 wavetables (up to 256 individual waveforms/2048 samples each) make Dimension MK3 an extremely flexible tool in sound creation and all that in High-Res Audio quality with up to 24 voices in different modes (Chord, Unison, Dual-Voice, fully polyphonic)!
The MK3 version is equipped with a new display and can be edited in depth using stable push encoders. The internal warp processor allows real-time editing of the wavetables, which can also be imported via an integrated micro-SD card and are compatible with the wavetable format of Serum and Vital. On the input side, the module is equipped with FM, (wavetable) navigation and two wavetable parameter inputs with attenuators per 1V/Oct, CV input and trigger/MIDI input, while the aux output (R) can handle audio signals as well as other signals ( secondary oscillator, LFO clockable wavetables, converted MIDI signal from input such as gate, trigger, CV, CC).
- Polyphonic Wavetable Oscillator
- 25 wavetables (up to 256 individual waveforms per table/2048 samples)
- Improved display
- Up to 24 individual voices simultaneously
- FM, Navigation, and two wavetable parameter inputs with attenuators per 1V/Oct CV input and trigger/MIDI input
- Classic mode: four voices controlled via stereo output with CV-programmable chord changes or MIDI
- Dimension mode morphs between all waveforms within a wavetable via an X/Y range
- Dual mode outputs separate wavetables per output
- Can be used as a modulation source via LFO mode
- Micro SD card integrated for importing new wavetables (compatible with Serum and Vital formats)
- MIDI TRS type A connector (adapter not included)
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Based in the Belgian city of Liége, Ziqal made themselves a name for high-quality handmade stuff like the Dimension Wavetable-Oscillator. We're curious what eurorack modules will come floating down the Meuse river in the future.