Oscillators

Cranial Sawcranial-saw-front-300x206(Click Image for full details and ordering.)The Cranial Saw is an advanced

VCO / SUB eurorack module

Filters

Telemark Filter

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Eurorack module based on the

Telemark multimode filter

Medic Defibrillator

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The Defibrillator is based on the legendary Korg MS20 filter,

and the Analogue Solutions SY02 module.

Utility Modules

MX61: Mixer Inverter

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Use to mix either audio signals (just like your

mixing desk, but simpler!)

Sequencers

Eurokorn

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Eurorack version of the Oberkorn: 16 part, 3 channel

analogue step sequencer

SQ8

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Analogue sequencer to ‘play’ your modular synth, or

provide CV effects.

EKG

EKG step sequencer

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The EKG (Elektro Kardio Gramm) is a versatile 8-step analogue

sequencer designed to fit the euro rack convention.

Audio Processors

Voicebox: Monitor

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Provides plug-in access your modular patches.

MIDI convertors

Polygene 4 voice Poly MIDI-CV

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poly MIDI converter with

Arpeggiator!

MCV:Midi to CV

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Use this module to control your modular synth.

MT9: Midi to Trigger
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MIDI-Trigger/Gate module.

M2CV: Midi to CV
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Use this module to control your modular synth.

 

NOTE: some modules require 5V! If you’re using a Doepfer case with no 5V, some modules won’t work – in which case buy Doefper’s 5V option!! (Our cases have 5v as standard). Some 5v modules are ALL MIDI and sequencer moduels, anything with a CPU (CV-Trig, CV-MIDI), SQ8, VCO-SUB It’s always best to read the manual before emailing with any problems.

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