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Neutral LabsPip Dual Clocked CV Generator + Recorder

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Neutral Labs Pip

Pip from Neutral Labs is a clocked two-channel CV generator and recorder that can create interesting motion and movement in your patch. Use the built in wavetables to extract CV, record external CV in, or record the knob movements and have it all synced to an internal or external clock. You can also have the Pip fun in free mode where the channels influence each other for complex, woozy modulation. The two morph knobs are bi-directional and at noon there is no CV coming through, but if you record external CV in, this position is where it will be stored. CW will increase the amplitude of the CV for either the S&H circuit or one of the wavetables, while CCW will do the same for either a Sample & Glide circuit or another wavetable—all dependant on the settings. Each channel has an output for 0–5v and -5v to +5v making this incredibly useful for myriad applications. If you need a heaping dose of randomness in a small package, the Pip from Neutral Labs is a fine option.

Pip Features

  • 2-channel CV generator and recorder
  • CV based on S&H/S&G or 1 of the 16 wavetables
  • Clock internally or externally
  • Free mode lets both channels influence each other
  • Recorded CV gets stored at the noon position allowing for complex morphing to either side
  • CV Control over Morph knobs
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 8hp
  • Depth: TBD
  • Current draw: 60mA @ +12V, 30mA @ -12V
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