The “Cuatro Torres” Business Area, the “KIO” Towers, the “Pirulí”, the wonderful Picasso Tower… They define the SKYLINE of Madrid. Now, modifying any building or adding a new one will generate a new horizon. Cool, right?
Magerit SKYLINE does the same. It is a multi-functional generator module. From different envelopes to LFOs, it has have random value generators and physical movement simulators. Now, any line or curve can be created. Do you want a more exponential, logarithmic, or linear response? SKYLINE is your module, it is a big module not because of its dimensions, but because of its performance.
Designed for Eurorack 3U systems, this module has a width of only 11HP. As if that were not enough, it includes two outputs. This means that it is possible to have two completely independent functions at the same time. Thanks to its interface, specifically designed for this module, you can easily control any parameter at any time. In addition, the 4 RGB lights will inform you about the current mode, channel (1, or alpha and 2, beta) and the status of the function .
Regarding to the modes, these are what the new Magerit SKYLINE offers:
- ADSR – With time and curvature control of each segment, plus a LOOP mode.
- AD – Similar to the previous mode, but with two segments (Attack and Decay). It is ideal for percussion beats.
- RANDOM – A random generator, with tempo adjustment. Furthermore, it is possible to modify its evolution (jump, linear, exponential…).
- BOUNCE – Ideal for generating physical simulations such as a bouncing ball or a spring. You can change its gravity, coefficient of restitution, etc …
- LFO – We couldn’t forget it. There are 5 base waveforms, through which you can form new waves by interpolation. Controlling the symmetry of the wave gives even more possibilities. Additionally, both LFOs can be synchronized to each other or to an external signal and set different velocity ratios.
Will you have polarities and voltages issues? Skyline allows you to modify the offset of each channel individually. By changing the position of a simple jumper, you can get an output from ~ -5V to + 5V or from 0 to 10V. Designed to eliminate limits. And that’s not all, take a look at the manual to see all the functions in detail!