XAOC DevicesDrezno 1989 Binary Conversion Komputor


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XAOC Drezno

Drezno, from XAOC Devices, is a analog to digital binary computer that then reconverts back into analog on the output of the module. This means that all sorts of digital operations can be done to the signal while in the digital domain. It is an 8-bit processor that can be used to generate control voltage, audio signals, signal manipulation, as well as trigger and gate generation. When paired with Lipsk, the possibilities of Drezno are greatly expanded, but even with just Drezno, one can manipulate plenty of analog and digital signals.

Drezno Features

  • Universal subsystem for creating and processing analog signals in the 8-bit digital domain
  • Suitable for CV and audio processing with no aliasing
  • Analog to Digital conversion
  • Digital to analog conversion
  • Expandable with Lipsk and Jena modules
  • Includes 10-pin ribbon cable to normal ADC to DAC or expand to Lipsk or Jena
  • Near 2Mhz internal clock with external clock inputs to both converters
  • Eurorack Module
  • Width: 12HP
  • Depth: Skiff Friendly
  • Current Draw: 50mA@+12V, 35mA@-12V
Product Demo Videos
XAOC Devices Drezno and Lipsk Compute Lofi and Distorted Drum Loops and Turn LFOs into Sequencers
Demonstrating some of the unique features of the XAOC Drezno and Lipsk Eurorack Modules. The Drezno is an 8bit ADC and DAC that can be use for bit reduction or shuffling, or many other things. The internal high frequency clock can be overridden with a slower one for sample rate reduction sounds. The Lipsk expander allows you to invert bits between the ADC and DAC for massive amounts of distortion.

The first part of this video shows the Drezno and Lipsk distorting a drum loop that is playing on a Make Noise Morphagene. The second part shows how these modules can turn an LFO wave from an Intellijel Dixie II+ into a melodic sequence as well as a weird drum sequence, triggering two Erica Synths Pico Drums.
XAOC Devices Drezno 1989 Binary Conversion Komputor Reviews