Qu-Bit has announced that it is shipping the Chord v2 module, a plug and play solution for bringing musical polyphony to your system.
Chord contains four oscillator voices, a multitude of waveforms, and intelligent tuning functionality. Version 2 offers an expanded sonic palette and feature set in half the size of the original.
It features three primary modes of operation: Chord, Free Running, and Unison. These three modes allow the oscillators to be tuned as diatonic chords, run independently of each other, or be tuned to the same internal frequency for external v/oct sequencing through independent CV inputs.
The timbral possibilities of the Chord v2 bring its polyphonic tones to life. The module ships with eight banks of waveforms encompassing traditional shapes, vocal synthesis, organ emulation, and chiptune sounds. You can also load custom wavetables using the SD card slot on the front panel.
From harmonic drones to Switched On Bach, the Chord v2 is an unparalleled addition to any Eurorack modular.
Changes in Chord v2
- 14HP down from 28HP.
- Eight banks of waveforms.
- Full polyphonic mode.
- Harmonize in minor mode.
- Custom wavetable compatibility.
- Expanded chord types.
- Improved synthesis engine.
Chord v2 is available in black and silver panel editions, priced at $299 USD.
More information: Qu-Bit