MATRIXSYNTH: Flame Airlectron Proximity Sensor

Sunday, March 31, 2024

Flame Airlectron Proximity Sensor

video upload by Ebotronix

Flame Airlectron Proximity Sensor²

via ebotronix:

"today I recived the Flame Airlectron Proximity Sensor.
It's a D Beamer for Eurorack.I ask Per along time ago to build it.
I tested the module with my Flame modules
4 Vox ,
Talking Synth Module (2x),
Q Slider,
FX 16.
and some other modules:
Doepfer A 156, A 143-9.
Tunefish Modular 2x µOrnament & Crime ~ Harmonic Minor Scale,
Temps Utile, µYarns, 2x Typhoon,
µPeaks,Peaks, CV Peaks,Veils, Minx, Links, µ Frames.
Mutable Instruments Shades, 4x Ripples
2x Strymon Cloudburst ~ Midi CC by 16n Faderbank!"

"The Airlectron Sensor Recorder module is equipped with a sunlight independent distance sensor to generate CV output voltages. A distance sensor reacts to hand movements and varies the CV output voltages (bipolar/max +/- 5 V, unipolar/max 0-+10 V). The range control adjusts the detection distance (2-50 cm). The freeze function keeps the voltage when there is no continuous movement. The recorder/looper can be used to record motion sequences for up to two minutes. This recorded data can be played back in a loop or once and restarted at the START/RESET input. LEDs indicate the status of the gate inputs and outputs. Features: 3x controller 1x Vishay distance sensor 3x gate/trigger in- and outputs 2x CV outputs unipolar/bipolar Power supply via Doepfer connector"

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