Quadigy

£222.00

3 in stock

SKU: KLAVIS_.Quadigy Maker: Types: , ,

Description

Quad programmable envelope generator

  • Quad 7-stage envelopes
    • Pre-delay
    • Hold
    • Attack
    • Punch
    • Decay
    • Sustain
    • Release
  • Continuous curve shape setting
  • Inversion
  • Independent output level
  • Cycle capability with auto fit-to-clock
    • Elastic time stretching
    • 5 internal clocks with tap tempo
    • External clock control
    • Multiply/divide and offset
    • Individual cycle ext. control
  • 32 presets with naming
  • External preset control via CV/Trig
  • Simultaneous 156-point CV matrix
  • Morphing on presets and CV Matrix
  • Multi-editing for polyphonic uses
  • Live mode for easier/safer control
  • Graphical display
  • Real-time envelope stages LED indication
  • Current state retained over power cycle
  • Easy firmware update via an audio file
  • Skiff-friendly and compact module

The Quadigy is a complex envelope generator focused on live play. The goal is to allow the user setting up rich, interactive and dynamically evolving envelopes without the risk of breaking up a subtle and intricate patch once on stage. This is achieved by offering two main modes, one where full control is available and a Live mode where only the settings that are sensible using on stage are accessible.

Update notes
Be sure to use to read the latest manual when updating the Quadigy to the latest firmware.

Mechanical

Dimensions mm inches Eurorack
Height 128.40 5.06 3HE
Width 71.00 2.8 14HP
Depth behind panel
(with supply cable inserted)
38.00 1.49

Supply

Supply rail Current draw
+12V 24mA
-12V 10mA
+5V 40mA

 

In recent Facebook poll “What module you recently obtained ended up being far better than you expected?” Daniel Miller (artist and producer) answers:
“Klavis Quadigy. I had high expectations and they were exceeded, especially the CVability (is that a word??) which takes it to another level.”

Videos

Overall review by Marcin

Basic envelope settings in great detail by Martin

External preset control and preset morphing by Martin