Vectr Features

Output Voltages - X,Y,Z outputs are -5V to +5V with configurable ranges. All other inputs and outputs are 0-5V
Power Requirements - +/-12V, +5V is generated on the board from +12V
Current consumption - Maximum +12V 250mA, -12V 50mA

Outputs:
X - Left to Right
Y - Top to Bottom
Z - Near to Far
Sync - Configurable output for hand, quantization, or sequencing indication - multiple configurable behaviors
Clk - Sequence timing output - 1,2,4,8, or 16 pulses per loop

Inputs:
Record - For triggering recording
Playback - For triggering playback
Hold - For holding the output value - multiple configurable behaviors
Mod - CV input - for manipulating sequence playback
Sync - For retriggering playback

Menu Options:
XYZ Menus - These options are individually configurable for each axis output
Range - +/-5V, +/-2.5V, 0-+5V, 0-+1V, Ramp (A signal which linearly corresponds to sequence position)
Quantization - Off, Chromatic, Major, Pentatonic, Octave
Linearity - Continuously variable from logarthmic to linear to antilogarithmic
Slew Rate - Very short to Very long - This controls how quickly the output values change, like a configurable low pass filter.
Track - Hold, Track, Track/Live, Zero, Envelope Zero - These are different behaviors for when the output is held

Record Menu
Source - Internal trigger or External trigger
Control Mode - Rising Edge Trigger or Level Trigger

Playback Menu
Source - Internal trigger or External trigger
Control Mode - Rising Edge Trigger or Level Trigger
Looping Mode - Looping, Pendulum, Flip, One-shot, Retrigger

Overdub Menu
Source - Internal trigger or External trigger
Control Mode - Rising Edge Trigger or Level Trigger

Modulation Menu
Speed, Quantized Speed, Scrub, Trim, Mirror

Gate Output Menu
Hand, Reset, Playback Gate, Record Gate, Quantization Gate

Sync Output Menu
1,2,4,8, or 16 pulses

Perfomance Modes
Overdub - Overdub an actively playing sequence on one or more axis
Sequence - Quickly switch between up to four recorded sequences
Scratch - Play a sequence like scratching a record
Mute - Quickly turn outputs on and off

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