4ms Pedals - Euro Atoner kit
4ms Pedals - Euro Atoner kit uses one oscillator to generate chaotic clock and audio signals. It is a true example where a lot of parameters of analog synthesis merge - audio and clock, CV and clock, and so on. All this madness can be also CV controlled.
Build your own Atoner, with the 4ms Pedals - Euro Atoner kit.
The Do-it-yourself kit includes all the parts necessary to build a fully-featured Eurorack Atoner. This is an intermediate-level kit, you need some prior experience, and have basic hand tools (flush snips, needle-nose pliers, small screw driver, wire stripper).
Harmonics are extracted from an on-board oscillator or external audio signal and outputed as audio or clock pulses. The Position knob sets the cut-off frequency, under which all frequencies will be stepped downwards along a harmonic sequence (octaves, 5ths, 3rds, etc) all the way to sub-audible clicking sounds. Thus, a scale or clock signal can be generated from a single tone.
Two CV inputs and their respective +/- Vary Amount knobs modulate the Position cut-off. The mix of the two CV inputs plus the Position knob is outputted on a CV jack, and another CV output jack provides a steady +10V clock pulse that is jumper-selectable to be a clock division of the audio output (/1, /2, /32, /64, or non-linear division).