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  1. Unlocking Creative Possibilities With Sitka Instruments Gravity: A 6-Channel Clock and Trigger Sequencer

    Unlock endless creative possibilities with Sitka Instruments Gravity, a versatile 6-channel clock and trigger sequencer. With clock, random, and sequencer modes, CV inputs for modulation, and the ability to sync with external clocks and link with other Gravity modules, the possibilities for rhythmic exploration are boundless.

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  2. Unlock Endless Creative Possibilities with These Eurorack Pairings

    This article explores the endless creative possibilities of eurorack module pairings. The author introduces five modules, including Ladik Q-040 Quad Quantizer, Visible Signals Dual Distrib, Steady State Fate Entity Ultra-kick, Adventure Audio Merge Black Panel, and After Later Audio uO_C 1u. They explain the key functions and features of each module and offer ideas on creative combinations. The article aims to inspire eurorack enthusiasts to experiment with different modules and explore uncharted sonic territories.

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  3. Exploring the Creative Possibilities of ADDAC System ADDAC304 Manual Gates in Your Eurorack Setup.

    The article "Exploring the Creative Possibilities of ADDAC System ADDAC304 Manual Gates in Your Eurorack Setup" delves into the features of the ADDAC304 Manual Gates, an 8-gate module with an intriguing twist: four of the gates can function as momentary switches when their corresponding buttons are pressed. The article discusses how these gates can enhance performance and modulation capabilities in a Eurorack setup and outlines creative ways to incorporate them into a modular system.

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  4. Exploring the Creative Possibilities: A Review of the Nonlinear Circuits Cellular Automata Eurorack Module

    The Nonlinear Circuits Cellular Automata Eurorack Module is a versatile pattern generator that can produce unique musical patterns. This module is a 16-cell gate and pattern generator that uses cellular automata rules 90 and 150. The module requires a clock signal and a signal on one of the seed inputs to start a new process or modify the current one. In this review, we explore the creative possibilities of this module and its 3 CV outputs, two based on the activity on each half of the circuit, and one reflecting the pattern generated by the active cells. The Cellular Automata module uses CMOS chips and op amps, without microprocessors, and it is a challenging build, available as a partially assembled PCB set for USD 25 or fully assembled for USD 280.

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