Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Temps Utile - Module Overview


Published on Mar 29, 2017 brassmonkey

"An overview video of some of the features of the Temps Utile DIY eurorack module.

For more details on the Temps Utile or Ornament & Crime modules check out the following websites

Temps Utile - https://github.com/mxmxmx/temps_utile...

Ornament & Crime - http://ornament-and-cri.me/"

via https://github.com/mxmxmx/temps_utile-/wiki/Temps-Utile

"... a fairly simple breakout board for teensy 3.1/3.2, focused on clock sequencing

(the name may suggest as much ... it was stolen from M. Louis Lapicque (see: idem, 1907: Sur l'excitation par décharge de condensateurs; détermination directe de la durée et de la quantité utiles. Comptes Rendus Soc. Biol. (Paris) 62, 701-704).

hardware basics, in brief:

teensy 3.1/3.2 @ 120MHz, w/ 128x64 OLED
trigger-to-output latency < 100us. 2 clock inputs (> 100k input impedance; threshold ~ 2.5V)
4 CV inputs (100k input impedance, -/+ 5V, assignable to (almost) any parameter)
6 clock outputs (5 digital, 1 DAC (12 bit): 10V (GPIO), -/+ 6V (DAC))
two encoders w/ switches; 2 tactile buttons.
14HP, ~ 25 mm Depth
firmware:

6 modes, selectable per channel:

trigger sequencer/sequence editor
clock division/multiplication
LFSR
random w/ threshold
euclidian
logic (AND, OR, XOR, NAND, NOR, XNOR)
DAC (channel #4 only): random, binary, "Turing", logistic, sequencer/arpeggiator"

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