Pittsburgh Modular Timetable with Mod Pack Eurorack Module
The Pittsburgh Modular Timetable module is a Clock Divider / Pattern / CV Generator. The primary intention of Timetable is to provide timed gates, both predictable and inconsistent. In practice, you can use the module as a straightforward clock divider and pattern generator or as a hyperactive gate and CV spewing lunatic… and of course something, somewhere in the middle. A binary system that sometimes gets stuck somewhere between 1 and 0.
The output of the Timetable is split into two distinct sections. The first section is a clock divider that produces straight quarter, half, whole & double whole-note divisions of the input signal. The patterns generated in the second section range from a replica of the first section to complex patterns tied to several factors such as CV, user interface settings and the logic chip installed.
A Mod Pack is available separately so it will be easy to try different combinations of logic. It comes with 2 sets of 4 different logic chips, an IC Remover to make swapping out chips a breeze, a fancy cardboard box with anti-static foam to keep everything safe. The logic chips included in the Mod Pack are NOR, NAND, XOR, XNOR.
30mA @ +/- 12V