Micro Ornament & Crime (μO_c) - PRE-ORDER

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Preorder - Shipping begins 12/11! 

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Introducing Micro Ornament & Crime (μO_c), the slimmer 8 HP version of the popular quad quantizing CV processor/generator module, built and precisely calibrated by Conjured Circuits. These premium modules are built with love in the USA. All sales are final.

Buy with confidence! These builds are of professional retail quality, using professional tools and solder reflow ovens. Steer clear of the fly-by-night hand soldered junk out there!

Module: Micro Ornament & Crime (v1.3.3b firmware), White on Black OLED Screen, Premium Bourns Encoders and Black Rogan Knobs, Ultra Low Noise OPA2172 op amps.

Panel:  Premium (Reversible!) panel with white silkscreen lettering.

In The Box: 1x Built Micro Ornament & Crime Module, Power Cable, M3 Screws, 1-yr Warranty, documentation on MIT & GPLv3 Licenses 

Under CC-by-SA license via https://github.com/jakplugg/uO_c


Specs:

  • 4x CV outputs (16 bit), 'in-the-loop' compensated, for proper DC accuracy. output range: -3v / +6v
  • 4x CV inputs (-3.5v / +6.5v, 12bit, 100k input impedance).
  • 4x digital inputs (100k input impedance, threshold ~ 2.5V)
  • trigger-to-quantized-output latency < 100us
  • 128x64 1.3" OLED display
  • reprogrammable / open-source
  • 85mA (@120MHz)

Firmware (Apps):

  • CopierMaschine: quantising, four stage analogue shift register (ASR), with user-editable scales.
  • Harrington 1200: basic neo-Riemannian Ton-Netz transformations
  • Automatonnetz: combines Ton-Netz transforms with a "vector" sequencer
  • Quantermain: quad quantiser with user-editable scales + built-in "Turing Machines"
  • Quadraturia: wavetable quadrature LFO
  • Low-rents: dual Lorenz and Rössler generators (strange attractors)
  • Piqued: quad voltage-controlled envelope generators
  • Dialectic Ping Pong: quad bouncing balls
  • Viznutcracker, sweet!: quad "byte beat" equation generator
  • References: a simple utility app that outputs specific reference voltages

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