Befaco Burst DIY Kit

Burst is a Pingable Trigger Burst generator with distribution, probability and time division control. It will create multiplications of your triggers, leading to doubles, triplets, quintuplets and true polyrhythms for your modular system.


This is a full kit in the Eurorack format.

Availability: In stock

$112.99
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Details

Details

Burst is a Pingable Trigger Burst generator with distribution, probability and time division control. It will create multiplications of your triggers, leading to doubles, triplets, quintuplets and true polyrhythms for your modular system.

The module allows you to add voltage controlled redrums and dynamic ratcheting effects for your patches. In addition, Burst works like a regular clock source and trigger for other modules via its Tempo and End of Cycle outputs.

FEATURES

– Custom trigger bursts up to 64 triggers.

– Voltage Control burst Quantity with dedicated attenuverter.

– One Shot and Cycle play modes activated via manual controls or dedicated Trigg input.

– Pingable clock input.

– Voltage Control burst Distribution, Time Division and Probability.

– Tempo and End of Cycle individual outputs for sync other modules.

SPECS

– Current needs: +12V: 56mA, -12V: 10mA

– Width: 8 HP

– Depth: 30 mm

– Aluminium, heat-treated front panel

Specs & Downloads

Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer Befaco
HP 8
Depth 30mm
+12V 56mA
-12V 10mA
+5V No
Additional Resources No

Reviews

Customer Reviews (1)

Another Unique And Feature Packed Module From Befaco!Review by Mr_Mojo_Risin'
(+Fast -> Slow Down) / (+Slow -> Speed Up) / 64 Triggers / Probability Knob... oh yeaaah! This one is a definite winner!!! I was really looking forward to getting this one built and in the rack. It produces some incredible patterns unlike any other modules I own. There are a couple of IN's and OUT's for a wide variety of control to sync other modules and/or receive CV's for mode changes

My Build Notes

1) All my other Befaco builds used the PCB+Panel while sourcing my own parts. This is the first Befaco "Full Kit" I've purchased and I was quite happy to use the smaller 1/8W resistors. In the past I've used 1/4W resistors and the space was nearly unmanageable. Like all the other Befaco PCB's, everything is crowded so pay close attention to the resistor silkscreen locations

2) When attaching the two PCB's, ensure that one of the flat sides of the brass standoff is parallel and flush with the edge of the nearby IC socket. Otherwise the PCB's won't align properly

3) If I don't recognize the brandname of caps in a "Full Kit", I always replace them with high quality caps from a manufacturer like Nichicon, TDK, Panasonic or WIMA. Luckily there were only fifteen caps for this build. The ones in the kit were Huang(?) so they went straight to the trashcan. If you decide to use different brand caps, be aware that the electrolytics used here are low profile so they can fit between the layered PCB's. If using taller caps, you will need to shield and bend the leads at a right angle

4) Assembly time was quick and easy with no surprises. Compared to a Crush Delay or other "non-Rampage" Befaco build, this one has a low parts count. Calibration was a breeze. Just hold down some buttons during power-up

DivKid has a great overview at this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMNqizaTN1o (Posted on 6/24/2018)

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