Frap Tools has introduced 321 for Eurorack systems, a module that lets you take any modular signal and slap it up, flip it, rub it down.
The 321 features three identical sections, each of which is capable of scaling any signal, from 0 up to 2 times (+6dB), flip its phase, and apply a DC offset, allowing to shift your audio or CV ‘up or down’.
If no signal is connected to a section’s input, you can use the output as a variable CV source.
The three sections are then summed together into two independent summing stages: the top right jack outputs the sum of all three sections, while the top left outputs the sum of the unconnected sections only (semi-normalled).
The 321 is entirely DC coupled, allowing the process of control voltages as well as audio signals.
In case CVs or audio signals are particularly hot, the two 6dB attenuators, one per each summing section might be helpful to reduce exactly by 50% the incoming signals.
Pricing and Availability
The 321 is available now for 99,00 EUR / USD.