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FLAME "CURVES" 12 band analog filter bank & sequencer
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The Flame Curves provides an analog filter bank with 12 bands, which are controllable by an internal pattern sequencer. In addition to the main audio outputs (sum, odd and even band numbers), each filter band contains a direct out and an individual VCA input.
All bands are accessible via MIDI notes, therefore you can „play“ Curves with a MIDI keyboard or a DAW.
Outside the 99 slots of the pattern memory (before the first sequence number), Curves runs in manual mode and offers several filter types (all-pass, low-pass, band-pass 1-3, high-pass).

Create your own pattern, save them in the internal pattern sequencer and adjust Curves` MIDI settings with the Curves editor software, available for Mac and Windows (freeware, download link below).

Connect Curves and your MIDI equipment easily with the included MIDI adapter cable (mini jack to 5pin female DIN, 0.7 m). Use this cable for making firmware updates, which are provided as MIDI SysEx files.

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FLAME "MEMOSLIDER" programmable slider - step sequencer - cv source

The Flame "MEMOSLIDER” module is a small programmable analogue slider module, designed for small mobile euro racks. Two seperatly different output voltages of the pots 1-8 are available: unipolar 0..+10v and bipolar -5..+5v.

Additional the directly slider voltage input and output (0..+5v) are available. The module include a GLIDE function (manually via pot or via external CV).

It's possible to link several modules like an multi track sequencer or to connect several modules in parallel.

There are three play modes:

for manually selection of one of the eight steps

for synchronized selection of one of the eight steps

like an analogue stepsequencer

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FLAME "DUALKEY" key trigger - pingable AR envelope - trigger delay

The Flame "DUALKEY” module is a small pingable trigger envelope module, designed for small mobile euro racks.There are three play modes:

one shot of the envelope

hold on the envelope after the release phase

the envelope play in loop (like a lfo) while hold down the key

There are two channels with following functions:

SHAPE: voltage controllable AR-envelope

TIME: voltage controllable time of the AR envelope

LEVEL: set the output voltage of the AR envelope

END-OUT: end of envelope trigger out (trigger delay)

KEY-OUT: trigger/gate output of the key

KEY-IN: trigger input for pingable envelope

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2-axis Joystick - Stepsequencer - Dual CV source

The Flame "MEMORY JOYSTICK” module is a small programmable joystick, designed for small mobile euro racks.

With the Memory Joystick, you can control your modular system like an old video game console. Short movements of the stick are recordable (max. ca. 3sec).

Eight positions can be stored and recalled via buttons. Alternatively, it is possible to jump from one to the next value. The feel then is similar to a step sequencer. You can even vary the playback behaviour.

The Memory Joystick can generate unipolar or bipolar voltages in the range of 2 V, 5 V or 10 V.

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more photo views FLAME "CHORD MACHINE 2"
Chord generator - Arpeggiator - Keyboard
Bidirectional quantizer

The "Chord machine 2" euro module is a combination of chord generator, arpeggiator, bidirectional quantizer and generates maximum four part chords within a range of maximum 8 octaves. To your disposal are 42 preset chords and 16 user defined chords which can be put additionally into the first, second or third inversion. So in total there are 232 chords to your disposal. Furthermore to your disposal are 54 preset scales and 16 user defined scales, so in total there are 70 scales to your disposal.

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The module can be used for the generation of 2-note, 3-note or 4-note chords plus a fifth arpeggio voice. The arpeggiator mode included different running directions (up, down, alternate, random) and different variations of octave ranges. The arpeggiator channel can be used also like a quantizer. The quantizer can run with two different scales for up and down quantizing (bidirectional).

There are 12 extensive program lists for user programmed parameters like a songlist. Each list have max. 24 lines with 10 parameters. You can control functions (as well as Transpose, Program list parameters, Arpeggio sequence and Octave ranges ) via CV-inputs. The five CV outputs are set on the 1v/ octave characteristic. It's possible to update the current firmware of the module per usb.

Multi effect

The Flame "FX16-CV” module is a small low cost DSP-based (Spin semiconductors FV-1, 24bit ADC/DAC) multi effect module, designed for small mobile euro racks. 16 different multi effect programs are available. There are three knobs with additional CV inputs to change the effect parameters. Also it´s possible to select the effect program with CV or pot. Audio stereo input and stereo output levels are adjusted for modular rack levels. The input can be attanuated and is protected against level peaks. The dry/wet pot can be used manually for mixing between input and effect audio signal. The outputs are buffered by an op-amp. One red LED indicates clipping.

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List of multi effect programms

PITCH/ECHO (Pitchshifter-Echo)
TREMOLO (Reverb-Tremolo)
VIBRATO (Reverb-Envelope Vibrato)
FLANGER (Reverb-Flanger)
CHORUS (Reverb-Chorus)
PHASER (Reverb-Phaser)
ECHO-REPEAT (Stereo Ping Pong Delay)
AUTO-WAH (Reverb-Envelope Lowpass)
RINGMODULATOR (Reverb-Ringmodulator stereo)
BITCRUSHER (Reverb-Bitcrusher-Lowpass)
REV-FL-LP (Reverb-Flanger-Lowpass)
REV-HP-LP (Reverb-Highpass-Lowpass)
REV-PT-LP (Reverb-Pitchshifter-Lowpass)

4 track CV recorder - lofi sampler

The module is a four-channel CV recorder/looper that records and plays back voltage curves from very slow speeds to faster speeds by moving the controllers. You can record control voltage courses from analogue sequencers, LFOs, envelope generators, joysticks etc..

The input/output CV of each channel can range from -5v..+5v or 0..+9v. SOURCE is the CV source of the track for the recordings. This can be the CV input, the potentiometer or both. ZOOM is a two stage fine adjust function of the control ruler. Synchronization via clock or MIDI and manually "punch-in/out" recordings are possible. The output is a smoothed voltage without audible increments (algorithm with 16 bit resolution). While the Clock/MIDI Synchronisation is used, they have two different levels (HARD/SOFT) for the CV interpolation.

Independent of selected sync mode, the recording time per channel is up to one hour (such us MIDI clock). Function LINK: All four channels can be used individually or in groups of two or four tracks at any one time (for multitrack or joystick recording). There are different playback modes and several functions for the playback controls. The different modes include: one-shot, triggered by a gate, a push-button or by MIDI-start/stop. The sample can be looped as well.

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Quad wavetable oscillator - Quad LFO - MIDI wavetable expander

The 4VOX is a quad wavetable oscillator with up to four voices per VCO channel, resulting in a maximum of 16 voices at four individual outputs. Due to a MIDI input the module can be played both with CVs or/and directly via MIDI - MIDI allows for modulating some additional parameters. There are 39 memory locations for wavetables and 32 patches for all global and VCO parameters.

The parameters of a wavetable can be controlled by CVs and by MIDI. For instance you can morph through a wavetable with a CV, a MIDI controller or manually with the potentiometer. The range of waves within a wavetable can be selected by minimum and maximum values individually per voice which allows for creating more complex morphs. Further controllable parameters are Detune, Semitone, Octave, Chord, Portamento, Amplitude and Amp Move (90 degrees phase shifted volume modulation of a VCO's 4 voices). Min and max values can be selected for those parameters as well. Via MIDI it's possible to control further parameters (notes, chords, pitch bend, patch selection and wavetable selection)

The VCOs can be played analog (frequency by Pitch CV input), monophonic via MIDI or 4-voice polyphonic via MIDI. The VCO can be used as a voltage controllable LFO with 3 modes: LOOP, ONE SHOT and GATED. The SYNC input is used to trigger/reset the LFO. In ONE SHOT mode the LFO can be used as a trigger delay, too (SYNC = trigger in, GATE = trigger output, PITCH = delay time). Each VCO has an analog 1V/octave input including a fine tune control (+/-1 semitone) and pitch control (approx. 10 octaves), two freely assignable CV inputs, two freely assignable potentiometers, a trigger input for Sync/LFO-reset as well as a Gate and VCO/LFO output

All global parameters and also the VCO's setings can be named and saved as a non-volatile patch by the user (32 patch memory locations are available). The display can show a graphic of the selected waveforms. Software/wavetable updates are easy possible via MIDI sysex dump.

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