Intellijel Products

120668_2The Metropolis is a unique and powerful musical sequencer inspired by the Ryk M-185 (a Roland System 100m format sequencer.) but with many additional enhancements and functions.   $700 Excl GST

 

Atlantis-web-800x570The Atlantis is heavily inspired by the architecture and sound of the classic Roland SH-101. It has always been one of our  favorite synths and we really liked how the seemingly limited architecture allowed for all sorts of creative and musically useful sounds to be easily generated. $780 Excl GST

 

Shapeshifter-WEBCylonix and Intellijel have collaborated to bring you a very sophisticated and deeply complex Wavetable VCO. At the core of this module is very powerful FPGA board that he has pushed to the absolute max of its capabilities and crammed  full of features.  We wanted to create a module that really worked well in the modular context so there are a lot of modulation and control possibilities.       $590 Excl GST

 

dubmixThe DUBMIX is the main module in the series that also includes the DUBMIX AUX expander, and DUBMIX MINI expander.This mixer is low noise, low bleed with clickless muting and fast clean VCAs. All the inputs and summing busses have soft clipping to help get warm sounds if you really push the mixes. It has been amazing to hook tup fx to this, automate the panning and get totally dubbed out sounds!     $580 Excl GST

dualadsrDual ADSR Envelope

The circuit is based in part on the Roland SH-101 / System100m design with several enhancements.

 

$265 Excl GST

 

planar-1Planar Vector Joystick

This has to be one of the most fun modules we have ever played with! With just a few audio and CV sources and some inter dependencies (i.e use the Joystick CV to simultaneously modify the signals being processed by the VCAs) you quickly get highly complex sounds that you can easily control and play with.    $375 Excl GST

 

korgasmatroniiThe Korgasmatron II builds off the success of the original Korgasmatron but adds many new features. The Korgasmatron II has a completely independent six mode filter on each side which are selected via a rotary switch. We have also added a special overdrive feature so that the output signal can be soft or hard clipped depending on how hard you drive it into the circuit. This is controlled via the input amp which starts clipping when you put the knob past 12 o’clock (assuming an standard 10vpp input waveform). There are switches to select hard or soft clipping. this effect is subtle on simple waveform sources and dramatic on more complex sources (like chords).     $418 Excl GST

droctatureiiJust like the original Dr. Octature, the basis of the Dr Octature 2 module is a 4-pole lpf inspired by the classic “cascaded ota” design, but realized instead with superior-quality 2164 vcas.

The sound is very reminiscent of classic Roland filters such as the one found on the SH-101 or Jupiter-6.

$295 Excl GST

 

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Rubicon Thru 0 Triangle core VCO

Not long after the David Dixon finished the Dixie design he began working on a totally novel approach to implementing tzfm (thru zero frequency modulation). After almost a year of experimenting and many pcb revisions later we are pleased to present what is surely David’s masterpiece as far as analog vco design is concerned.   $420 Excl GST

 

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Quadra function generator

4 x function generators
3 modes:
1. ad (attack – decay)
2. ahr (attack – hold – release)
3. cycle (ad envelope loops)

$295 Excl GST

 

419_quadraexpanderweb_1Quadra Expander

Quadra expansion module with VC attack, decay, Quadrature modes, EOC outputs and analog OR circuits

$150 Excl GST

 

 

 

 

linixLinix is the successor to the now discontinued HexVCA module. It comprises six high quality 2164 based linear VCA circuits with CV attenuation and BIAS control for each channel.

$ 340 Excl GST

 

 

419_mutamixweb_1Mutamix 6 Channel Mixer.

 

6 led linear sliders for input attenuation control (leds can be easily replaced with other colors, they just slide out).   $270 Excl GST

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