This is one of those modules that I just never bonded with. In a mere 4HP, it sports roughly 50 different features. It can function as a delay; an LFO, an oscillator, a filter, a quantizer, a slew limiter, a format converter, a ring modulator; a dual wave shaper; sample and hold; a rectifier; an envelope; a sample player; a MIDI file player; a shift register; and a whole lotta other stuff I’m too lazy to type.
In other words, it out swiss army knife’s a swiss army knife.
So why didn’t I bond with it? Because I have the memory capacity of a pebble. This means I can never remember which function is in which program bank, nor can I remember which jack controls which input or output. Cheat sheets are essential. And I won’t use a module that requires me to use cheat sheets.
OK. That’s not technically true. I have been using it as a 4HP panel blank. But it’s recently occurred to me that this is perhaps far too much money to have invested in a module that I haven’t even bothered to plug into my power buss. So, seeing as how it’s one of the most in-demand modules in Eurorack, perhaps I’d be better off selling it, and employing a piece of cardboard in its place.
CAD$225. I’m the original owner, and it’s only ever been “used” (euphemistically) in my smoke free studio.