uVCO-3340-A is a voltage controlled oscillator micromodule, which provides three
waveforms full of harmonics, well suited for subtractive
synthesis. The unit is based on AS3340 integrated circuit, a clone of
the famous CEM3340 chip by Curtis.
uVCF-3320-LP4-A is a four stage voltage controlled low pass filter
micromodule. Its 24dB per octave slope delivers classic sound response
found in many synthesizers. The micromodule is based on the AS3320
uVCA-3360-LIN-A is a voltage controlled amplifier micromodule based on
AS3360 integrated circuit, configured for linear response. It is
designed for final amplification stage in a signal path, prior
directly to the sound output in a basic synthesizer setup. However, DC
coupled inputs allow to use the module also as an attenuator for slow
modulation signals. Up to 4 signal sources (either audio or CV) may be
connected to the unit. The amplifier's gain may be controlled by up to
4 CV sources.
uADSR-3310-A is an envelope generator micromodule providing the functionality of
AS3310 integrated circuit with control voltages normalized to 0÷+5V
range. The micromodule generates RC shaped ADSR type envelope signal.
uLFO-3340-A is a voltage controlled low frequency oscillator. The micromodule is
based on AS3340 integrared circuit. Its typical use is for generating
periodical control signal for modulating e.g. VCO pitch, VCF cut-off
frequency, or VCA gain.
uPSU-112-A is a power supply unit developed for Syntaxis micromodular system. The
unit provides stable voltages of -12V/1A, +12V/1A, and +5V/2A.
The unit may be powered with any voltage between 16.5V and 24V,
2A min. Most of laptop chargers are suitable for this purpose.