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Qu-bit Electronix Nano Rand v1 (Silver) [USED:W0]

¥24,900 (Tax excluded ¥22,636)
Compact random / noise / sample & hold module utilizing digital

Format: Eurorack
Width: 4HP
Depth: 38mm
Current: 60mA @ + 12V, 60mA @ -12V

Manual pdf (English)

[This is a used product]
Warranty: None (only for initial defects within 1 week of receiving)
Accessories: Power cable, M3 screws, original box

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Nano Rand is a compact random voltage generator/sample & hold/noise source that utilizes digital technology.

Jacks & Knobs

Rate Knob/Switch

Set the internal clock speed. When using an external clock, this knob controls the random gate probability. The glowing color of the knob represents the random algorithm. The switch sets the range of the clock.

Sample & Hold

Sample & Hold input and output.

Random Voltage Output

Random voltage output. Random voltage can be output using the following algorithm. Switch the algorithm using the button at the bottom.

・Magenta – Stepping random voltage
・Cyan – Random LFO
・Amber – Random audio rate square wave with frequencies
・Green – Algorithm that combines all of the above algorithms

The switch selects whether to output random voltage in the ± range (bipolar) or to output it only in the + range (unipolar).

Clock Input/Switch

The switch allows you to switch between external clock/internal clock operation. The input jack acts as a clock input when operating with an external clock, and as a CV input for modulating the clock speed when operating with an internal clock.

Gate Output

When operating with an internal clock, it outputs that clock output, and when operating with an external clock, it outputs a random gate based on that clock. At this time, the rhythm of the random gate can be adjusted with the Rate knob.

Noise Output

Digital noise output. When running on the internal clock, the timbre of the noise is affected by things like Rate and its range.

Algo Switch/Button

There is an algo input that inputs a gate signal and switches to the next algorithm, and an algo button that switches it with a button.