Lorre-MillDouble Knot V3 Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer

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Lorre-Mill Double Knot V3

Lorre-Mill's Double Knot V3 is the latest iteration of the beloved, quirky, and creative rhythmic patchable desktop synth which consists of two pre-wired triangle/square wave oscillators that interact in interesting ways. The core of the Double Knot is a pair of identical oscillators with triangle and square wave options which go into a VCA controlled by a zero-attack envelope. A pair of Shift Register sequencers are in the center with multiple patch points that allows for organic and holistic cross-interaction. A main clock is normalized and also features an output to be patched anywhere in the system and a pair of VCAs let you adjust whether the envelope is positive or negative. A new series of DIP switches lets you change this behavior to be a VC Slew, as well as opens up new envelope shapes.

The Double Knot uses banana jacks and has a ton of options for experimentation. Whether it's for sound design or rhythmic exploration, the Lorre-Mill Double Knot V3 is one of the more unique devices you will ever use.

Double Knot V3 Features

  • Desktop semi-modular synth
  • Patches with banana cables (not included)
  • Dual oscillators feature triangle and square waves
  • Percussive envelopes have options for clicky or clickless operation
  • Envelopes let you adjust Sink (decay) and Velocity (starting voltage)
  • Dual shift register sequencers go from 5–8 steps with patch points for interesting rhythms
  • Shift registers have data buttons for adding 0 and 1 to the sequence
  • 3.5mm Clock inputs and outputs for external syncing
  • 3.5mm TRS output
  • FM Modulation for internal modulations
  • Power: 12V 600mA 2.1mm x 5.5mm PSU included
  • 1x 3.5mm TRS Line output
  • Clock input expects 2.5v crossing input
  • Clock output sends square wave
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