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Noise Engineering announces new pitch-CV utilities: Quant Gemi, Quantus Pax, & Vox Digitalis

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Noise Engineering has announced a new series of pitch-oriented CV generators and processors.

Quant Gemi is a quad-octave switch and buffered mult. Quantus Pax is a four-channel precision adder with two inputs per channel as well as three universal transpose inputs. Vox Digitalis is a small, quick-to-use pitch sequencer with four octaves of range and arbitrary sequence lengths of 1-16 steps.

Use all three of them together for endless pitch-sequencing possibilities.

Noise Engineering CV modules

Quant Gemi is a simple solution to a common problem: many oscillators don’t have octave switches, so transposing isn’t always easy. Quant Gemi solves this issue by allowing you to transpose a sequence 0, 1, or 2 octaves with the flick of a switch.

The inputs are also circularly normalled together so it can act as a buffered mult, and transpose copies of the inputs separately. In just 4 hp, it’s a compact and useful utility, great for performance and composition.

Quantus Pax brings the utility of precision adders to a whole new level. Quantus Pax is a four-channel precision adder, useful for a variety of pitch-sequencing tasks. Each channel has two inputs; the top input of each channel is circularly normalled so Quantus Pax can act as a buffered mult; three transpose inputs sum to all channels.

Modify the same sequence multiple times in different ways simultaneously with minimal HP, transpose multiple sequences at the same time, add vibrato to a chord with a single LFO, and more. Quantus Pax will be the utility you can’t live without. And with high-precision resistors, your patch will always stay in tune.

Vox Digitalis is Noise Engineering’s answer to what they saw as a hole in the market: small, simple-to-use pitch sequencers are few and far between.

Enter Vox Digitalis: it has a four octave range, a customizable number of steps anywhere from 1-16, 16 pattern load/save slots, and two easy-to-read displays showing current step and current note. It also has three playback modes: forwards, random, and pendulum. Sequences are easy to edit: the Adv button changes step, and the encoder changes the note.

It also has time-quantized patch loading options, so your patterns can always load on the beat or at the end of a measure. No menu diving, no complicated shortcuts, just simple, fast sequencing in a tiny package!

Quant Gemi and Vox Digitals cost $155 USD each; Quantus Pax is $225 USD. All three modules are in stock and available now.

More information: Noise Engineering

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