PCB set to build a four channel quantizer for Eurorack synthesizersDesigned by PMFoundations, Ships from United States of America
Summary The Quantoct is a four channel voltage quantizer which converts control voltages into discrete steps according to the selected scale. Each channel is completely independent but the selected...Read More…
The Quantoct is a four channel voltage quantizer which converts control voltages into discrete steps according to the selected scale. Each channel is completely independent but the selected scale is used across all channels. Basic 1/12 V steps are available on scale 1 and an additional 13 scales are available using the front panel switch.
This is a PCB and Panel set only. A set of 2 high quality PCBs and 1 front panel ONLY are included. You will need to purchase your own components and build your own module. Comprehensive build instructions and BOMs are provided to help you source the components needed and we even provide links to shopping carts to simplify sourcing the components needed. Some product photos above show COMPLETED build.
The following videos, courtesy of Randy Piscione, show the quantizer in action:
Because the core of this quantizer is a PIC24 microprocessor, we can provide custom scales or you can program your own if you have the necessary hardware and development environment. A pre-programmed chip with 14 scales is available as standard.
Comprehensive documentation, parts lists and firmware are provided in the documentation link for building, testing and using the module.
But use the eSwitch caps only for all these items: Mouser 612-1R-xx
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