Random Voltage Generator and Noise Source
The Chance is a random voltage generator and noise source. Its digital architecture allows for a fresh take on what random voltage can be. Four unique algorithms provide classic signals like smooth and discrete, while the wavetable and blend outputs take full advantage of its microcontroller core, utilizing lookup tables, and digital interpolation to create a one-of-a-kind modulation source.
Upon each successive clock pulse, coin toss seeds all outputs with new randomly chosen values. Freeze stops everything in its tracks and holds each output at its current state. After countless hours, the Chance will continue to surprise with new, unbelievable improvisations.
Four random voltage outputs with attenuverters
Erratic gate burst and autonomous rhythm trigger outputs
Freeze control stops everything in its tracks
Coin toss random voltage reseed
Digital noise and analog white noise outputs
Steady master clock output with rate CV
Black panel version.
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