The new Pulsar sees a rather swish new black panel design from Qu-Bit Electronix (it’s nice to see them engaging with the dark side!) Pulsar looks like it builds upon the foundation of random and burst generation from the Nano Rand and Chance and takes it to a whole new level. It’s a galactic clock for euro rack (read the product description below) with 4 burst outputs, euclidean, random, binary, fractal and more! It’s looks ace and I can’t wait to have a play on it.
Information and product video at qubitelectronix.com
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION FROM QU-BIT
Pulsar is a burst generator inspired by stars that output beams of electromagnetic radiation in space. Once keyed, a stream of triggers are dispersed across four outputs. Environmental factors like absorb and gravity alter the behavior of each burst and affect its movement through time. Eight unique dispersion modes provide a range of stream types including euclidean, binary, random, and fractal. Galactic clocks for the Eurorack system.
· Burst generator
· Four unique outputs
· Eight dispersion modes
· Physics simulation with gravity and absorb
· Black anodized aluminum front panel
· Galactic clocks