MATRIXSYNTH: Lorre-Mill Double Knot 2 Available for Pre-Order

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

Lorre-Mill Double Knot 2 Available for Pre-Order

via @ctrl_mod, @ctrlmod

"Excited to announce Pre-Orders are now available for the newly redesigned Double Knot 2 from the always terrific @lorre_mill 🌀#ctrlmod #lorremill #doubleknot2 #doubleknot #synthesizer #synth #bananacables"

via Control:

"The second version of the Double Knot synthezier is right here! An all analog sound box for patching and listening to shifting rhythms and textures. Also good for techno. Knobs for setting rates and amounts, Banana connection points for wiring and re-wiring the sound of the system. This version two of the Double Knot has a lot of the same structure as the first but now with some more heady features such as volume knobs, larger buttons and Blue on Blue graphics just to name a few.

New enveloper design with mode switch to set trigger mode, loop mode or off. Wide range CV input can nearly halt envelope mid-decay for sample/hold type output. Trigger input in lieu of the fill input from the previous model.

Controls for amplitude modulation and amplifier offset for both channels. CV inputs for each channel that are normaled to the enveloper output, can be patched to other sources for other AM effects.

Very same oscillators as the first version. Triangle and square outputs, sync and CV inputs. Knobs for pitch and modulation amount.

Frequency Modulation
The FM section allows easy modulation of one oscillator to the other or both at the same time. With a knob for FM amount, a CV in jack that allows control of FM index and a toggle switch to set the modulation routing.

Audio output
3.5mm audio line output on the back of the unit closest to the amplitude controls. This is a stereo output with one synth channel per side.

Power draw is 12V DC ~200ma on a 5.5 x 2.1mm barrel connector with Positive voltage on the center pin. self-resettable 350ma PTC fuse for overcurrent protection. Diode for reverse voltage protection. Ground banana jack is next to the power input on the back. This is for sharing ground between the double knot and other banana jack devices."

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