Plankton ElectronicsSpice Distortion Unit (Eurorack)


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Plankton Electronics Spice

Bringing heat and flavor to your Eurorack system, Spice by Plankton Electronics is a powerful saturation effect with both analog and digital distortion methods. Spice offers a default path for signals, passing them through a Filter section before heading into the Digital and then Analog sections, but thanks to its abundance of patch points it's easily possible to re-route different audio signals as desired. There's also an envelope follower for creating dynamic and reactive CV signals, plus feedback levels for each section.

Spice's two distortion sections are incredible flexible, and can decimate audio signals with ease. The digital side specializes in bit and sample rate reduction, plus bit muting, inversion, and swapping. On the other end, the anlog side sports no less than seven different distortion circuits, ranging from clean boosts to fuzz and utilization of Korg Nu-Tube technology. Both sections offer filters to carve away any undesirable frequencies that get added through the distortion process. If you're looking to stock your pantry of sonic flavors, the Plankton Electronics Spice is your one-stop shop for everything distortion, overdrive, and destruction.

Spice Features

  • Hybrid analog/digital distortion module
  • Digital distortion section for bit crushing, sample rate reduction, and more
  • Analog section with seven different drive circuits
  • Filter section with highpass and lowpass sliders
  • Envelope follower
  • Feedback for each section
  • Internal normalizations broken by patching
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 38hp
  • Depth: 22mm
  • Current draw: 195mA @ +12V, 160mA @ -12V
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