Three new modules from Joranalogue: Enhance 2 Sterephonic Enhancer, Orbit 3 Chaos Oscillator and Step 8 Sequential Tracking/Sampling Register.
If you’re starting to push into stereo on your modular system then you’re going to need something that’ll help with the stereo enhancement. Enhance 2 is just such a thing. It has internal tilt filters for wide-ranging mid/side tone control, Balance for panning and Width to widen the field. The Mid and Side can be routed out for external processing and returned back to the module.
Who doesn’t want a bit of double-scroll chaos in their oscillations? But this is to do with Chaos theory rather than randomness where behaviour may appear random but is actually completely deterministic. Let’s let Joranalogue explain.
Orbit 3 incorporates a modified electronic analogue of the classic double-scroll chaotic attractor. The voltages at each of the module’s outputs can be thought to describe the orbit of a particle through 3D space around two equilibrium points.
So it’s kind of an LFO then right? It can also be a regular audio oscillator with variable waveforms if you wish.
It looks like a sequencer and can indeed be one as well as a sequential switch, counter and analogue shift register.
At its heart lies an analogue 1-to-8 signal switch feeding an octet of high-stability track/sample-and-hold stages. Each of these has its own analogue output with an attenuation slider, in addition to a gate output. LEDs visualise the status of each stage in real time. The switch can be controlled sequentially using the built-in 8-step counter, or addressed directly by an analogue control voltage (CV).
And so much more.
The Step 8 won’t be with us until next year, the Orbit 3 and Enhance 2 should be available around Christmas. You’ll find Joranalogue hanging out in booth Z125.