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Qu-Bit Scanned - Organic Wavetable VCO
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Author Qu-Bit Scanned - Organic Wavetable VCO
Qu-Bit Electronix
Scanned is an organic wavetable VCO. It uses an unexplored synthesis technique known as Scanned Synthesis to generate complex sounds and timbres that you've never heard before. Scanned Synthesis was pioneered by Max Matthews in the '90s. You can read more about it here:
Scanned Synthesis

- First implementation of Scanned Synthesis in hardware
- Vibrating string interface generates wavetables on the fly

ETA- May
Price- $349
16hp

More videos and feature overviews will be coming soon.
Let us know any questions and we will respond!


chysn
What is the input for?
ipnoteca
my guess is that the input works as on the mutbal instruments rings as somekind of resonator?
dooj88
chysn wrote:
What is the input for?


yes, that's awesome, i was hoping there would be one when i saw the video!

i'd imagine instead of whatever internal string model is used to excite the generator, you can input your own to influence it. super rad as it opens this up to huge potential.
2disbetter
Great, really liking this module! Great job Qu-bit this year at NAMM!

Looking forward in particular to more info and videos on this module!

2d
tomtomtron
great concept love

the NAMM demos shows always more or less the same sound range - more harsh and gritty. really nice but im really curious how bright is the sound palette hmmm.....
williamjturkel
I was pretty excited when I heard that it can take many minutes to settle down after some modulations. Should be great for evolving soundscapes.
justinzero
I remember playing with scanned synthesis in csound quite some time ago. This is exciting! Can't wait to do it with tactile response (and less coding)
Qu-Bit Electronix
What is the input for?
The input is for an external audio signal. This can be used to excite the string instead of the on board hammer section. It works very similar to an envelope follower, in that it excites the string in relation to the amplitude of the audio signal. This makes it really easy to get new and interesting sounds from the module.

the NAMM demos shows always more or less the same sound range - more harsh and gritty. really nice but im really curious how bright is the sound palette
It is also capable of timbres generated from sine tones which provides a very diverse, softer side to the unit. We chose to demo the harsh side at NAMM since it cuts through the ambient noise easier. smile

We'll post audio demos soon!
tomtomtron
Qu-Bit Electronix wrote:


the NAMM demos shows always more or less the same sound range - more harsh and gritty. really nice but im really curious how bright is the sound palette
It is also capable of timbres generated from sine tones which provides a very diverse, softer side to the unit. We chose to demo the harsh side at NAMM since it cuts through the ambient noise easier. smile

We'll post audio demos soon!


oh im curious, really excited
bring it on w00t
Crimesofthecrown
HAMMER TIME!
Hi5
Very interested as well. Love me a wavetable
adh82
Best pick at Namm for me. Can't wait to hear more!
Also hoping your doing a silver panel option like the pulsar.
Daisuk
Qu Bit is killing it lately. Another one of their modules I want. This one sounds excellent. smile
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