English Tear

When I saw the new Korg MS20 Mini I should have out $600 aside for it. There was one problem though. My heart now belongs to my Eurorack modular. But wait The Harvestman has come to the rescue! Scott has announced the English Tear which is an attenuverter and Eurorack interface for the Korg. He says it will be available in April and be inexpensive. Spend. Spend more now!

“I announce with great satisfaction ENGLISH TEAR, the first in a line of small utility modules. This module features the expected “voltage processor” attenuverter and big offset knobs, but also includes a full set of functions for interfacing to an MS-20. Easy conversion from exponential volt-per-octave to linear hertz-per-volt and back, as well as V-trigger to S-trigger conversion. Jack normalling fixes the voltage processors to these converter circuits, so you may scale the input voltages as desired. The log/expo converter ciruits also have many other uses in your modular system beyond the conversion of pitched voltages.” – The Harvestman

For more info: https://www.facebook.com…6344336&type=1&theater

via Matrixsynth

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on January 29, 2013 at 6:38 am, filed under hardware, modular, synthesizer and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “English Tear”

  1. PatchPierre says:

    Just to be clear, the mini MS20 is V/Oct… just like your eurorack.

    @geeky_disco MS20mini is V/Oct— Korg UK LTD (@KorgUK) January 31, 2013

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