Noise EngineeringQuantus Pax Transposition Tool


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Noise Engineering Quantus Pax

The Noise Engineering Quantus Pax is a buffered mult and four-channel precision adder that promises to make CV pitch transposition easier than ever. Each of its four channels features two inputs, which are precisely summed to create an easy tranposition utility: simply run two sequences into each channel and listen as they transpose one another.

Quantus Pax's Xpose inputs provide three global transposition inputs, making it possible to shift all of the module's other outputs equally. Plot out key changes, complex harmonic movement, or create novel melodies from the intersection of several voltages: Quantus Pax is here to cover all ground transposition-related.

Quantus Pax Features

  • Four-channel precision adder, buffered mult, and transposition tool
  • Two CV inputs per channel, summed for local transposition
  • Three Xpose inputs for global transposition
  • Circular normalling between upper inputs
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 6hp
  • Depth: 21mm
  • Current draw: 85mA @ +12V, 85mA @ -12V
Product Demo Videos
Demo: Quantus Pax precision adder/transposer + Quant Gemi octave switch
Quantus Pax is a 6hp four-channel precision adder. Each channel has two inputs, and the upper inputs are circularly normalled so you can use it as a buffered mult and modify the same sequence multiple different ways! Patch in to the inputs to break the normal and you've got four separate channels again. In addition to the two inputs on each channel, there are three "xpose" inputs which transpose all channels simultaneously. Great if you want to sequence a key change, add vibrato to a chord... you get the idea.

Quant Gemi is a 4hp four-channel octave switch and buffered mult. Each channel can transpose a sequence up 0, 1, or 2 octaves with the flick of a switch. Again, the inputs are circularly normalled so you can use it as a buffered mult and transpose the same sequence up to four times -- or again, patch to an input to break the normal and you have four separate channels, or two and two, or whatever you want.
Noise Engineering Quantus Pax Transposition Tool Reviews