| The DRUM-05 module is based upon the Snare Drum circuit found in the
MFB-503. The sonic possibilities have been expanded for extensive
editing and modulation capacities
DRUM-05 is meant to be used in a modular synthesis system. Therefore,
most of the Snare Drumís sound parameters, i.e. Snap, Decay, Tune and
Pitch, can be put under CV-control. This allows sound manipulation from
envelope generators, LFOs, step-sequencers and many other modules.
The Snare Drum parameters in detail:
Snap sets the decay time of up to two seconds for the noise part of the
Decay sets the decay time of up to one second for the tonal sound part
consisting of two oscillators.
Tune defines the Snare Drumís basic pitch between 100 to 400 Hz.
Pitch controls the duration of a pitch-modulation with fixed modulation
D-Tune controls the amount of detuning both oscillators.
Noise sets the volume for the noise part of the sound.
Triggering of the Snare Drum is possible through various signal types.
Besides analogue and digital trigger-signals, drum-pads, piezo- and
dynamic microphones may be used because of variable input sensitivity.
Dynamic triggering will not only affect the soundís volume but also
Snap, Decay and Pitch.
> tech specs
* analogue Snare Drum based upon MFB-503
* CV-control for Snap, Decay, Tune, Pitch parameters
* Noise and D-Tune controls
* dynamic trigger-input
* The module has a width of 60 mm (12 TE).