Random SourceSerge Divide by N Comparator (NCOM)


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Random Source NCOM

Random Source’s adaptation of the Serge Divide by N Comparator brings this classic utility module to Eurorack for the first time, with more precision and functionality than ever before! Like the original, this module consists of a comparator (useful for generating gates from incoming voltages and performing logic functions) in conjunction with a voltage-controlled pulse divider. The divider section may be used a clock counter, for creating interesting sub-octave material from an audio input, and for generating whole-tone “staircase” waveforms which adhere to 1v/oct scaling, among other functions. Random Source have added functionality to the NCOM, too: unlike the original, this update features attenuators for the Divide-By-N CV input and the positive comparator input.

Like the very best Serge modules, the NCOM combines seemingly basic utility functions to create modulation possibilities that are anything but ordinary!

NCOM Features

  • Divide-by-N circuit with division and stepped outputs
  • Comparator circuit with precision voltage offset
  • Quality modern components
  • Serge-style panel graphics
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 10 hp
  • Module depth: approx. 40mm
  • Power consumption: 20mA @ +12V, 18mA @ -12V
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Product Demo Videos
Singing Into Synthesizers! Techniques and Concepts for Performing With Vocalists!
Katrina Cain returns for a collaborative conversation about bringing vocal performances into the modular realm with our pal Jacob!

Jacob put together a modular system designed to provide different vocal effects and processing, as well as two smaller "control pods" for Katrina to use as she performs.

Join them as they explore how to use comparators to track and divide pitches, multi-tap delays and loopers for rhythmic and polyphonic overdubs, as well as discuss some of the techniques they use to integrate a vocal performance with a synthesizer.
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