There were a lot of BASTL Instruments bitRanger’s in the wild at Noise Kitchen Synth Fest 2016, in Bastl’s hometown of Brno, Czech Republic. Here's two awesome videos from the synth show.
Starting us off at Noise Kitchen Synth Fest, The Tuesday Night Machines, gives an excellent 5 minute demo of what’s possible with the new Bastl Instruments bitRanger modular and standalone synthesizer.
This is an excellent video and well worth watching if you’re interested in Bastl’s bitRanger.
Our friends at Synth Anatomy shot this 3 minute overview video showing what was on display in Brno at Synth Kitchen. You’ll spot the Soulsby, plenty of synth modules and of course a few Bastl Instruments bitRangers in action.
LFO clock oscillator for rhytmical modulation
VCO oscillator is synced to the HFO oscillator
4 modes of operation selectable by 2 switches
built in speaker with volume control
9V DC center positive power supply input
9V battery compartment from the bottom
On /Off switch
package includes 3 photo resistors – make your oscillators respond to light by plugging these into the Bend socket
118 jumper cable patch points
each oscillator has 3 differently slewed CV inputs, sync inputs, rate knob and bend points
Divider Bits section – use clocks at different speed to create patterns
Adventure Bits section adds irregular rhytmical elements
MUX 1 and MUX 2 input sections to modulate data loops and waveforms
stereophonic output from MUX 1 and MUX2 sections
BYTE CV section is R2R DAC converter which takes bits and converts them to CV
DATA modulation section witch a switch adds more flavour
Utility Belt section adds advanced features
Left and Right audio override section
3.5mm stereophonic headphone output
Clock Input to sync the LFO oscillator
Clock Output with selectable LFO division (2 or 64)
CV Output from the BYTE DAC section
CV Input for the VCO
CV In and CV Out connectors can be routed to dedicated patch points on the patchbay
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