Poczdam is a binary data routing solution for the Xaoc Leibniz Subsystem. It facilitates manual and remote switching between two Leibniz data sources, modifying individual bits of the data stream, and re-clocking the data with its onboard voltage–controlled wideband oscillator or any external clock signal. Poczdam is particularly useful within complex Leibniz setups where the user needs to reconfigure the data flow between multiple modules. However, it can also be employed in small creative patches, e.g., for waveform splicing, disrupting rhythmic loops, or generating digital chaos.
To better understand the device and avoid common pitfalls, we strongly advise you to read through the entire user manual before use.
- Component of the Leibniz Binary Subsystem
- Routing Leibniz data
- Reclocking Leibniz data
- Additional CV clock generator (up to 2MHz)
- 6hp, 30mm deep
- Current draw: +20mA/-10mA
- Reverse power protection
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