μVCO-3340-A

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.

μVCF-3320-LP4-A

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 integrated circuit.

μVCA-3360-LIN-A

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.

μADSR-3310-A

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.

μLFO-3340-A

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.

μPSU-112-A

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.