MATRIXSYNTH: Mystic Circuits - Introducing 0HP Modular

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Mystic Circuits - Introducing 0HP Modular


Published on Jul 18, 2017

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Thank you to Ben Boncan for the epic sound effect"

0HP Logic Infomercial

Published on Jul 20, 2017 Mystic Circuits


"Mystic Circuits is proud to present 0HP modular, a new line of passive, DIY friendly modules. Our first two offerings are logic gates that can also be used to process CV. Go to our website for more details.

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"The 0HP VCA/ AND acts like a faucet: When a high control voltage is present, the input is allowed to flow to the output. When there is a low control voltage, the flow is restricted and nothing is present at the output. Using a high speed optocoupler, the module accepts audio at all inputs so audio-rate amplitude modulation is possible for pseudo-ring modulation effects. When used with gates at both the input and the CV input, the module acts as a logical AND gate (an AND gate outputs a high voltage when both of the inputs are high.) A built in trigger converter outputs spike whenever the main output transitions from low to high."


"The 0HP OR Gate can be used to combine different signals, usually gate or clock signals. The output will give a high voltage whenever a high voltage is present at either of the inputs. This can be useful for combining multiple different gate sources together to trigger the same module, such as using a gate sequencer and a burst generator on a drum module to get drum fills. This module can also process fluctuating voltages, outputting the maximum of the two inputs (the highest of the input voltages above 0). The built in trigger converter outputs a spike whenever the main output transitions from low to high."

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