BMC023 - Barton Decaying Analog Noise

The Decaying Analog Noise (or DAN) is a percussive sound source for a DIY modular synthesizer system. It features a built in bandpass filter with adjustable Q and center frequency. It's designed to be easy to build and simple to use.

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The Decaying Analog Noise (or "DAN") module is used to percussive synthesizer sounds. It is best suited for hi-hat, cymbal or snare sounds. It features an onboard bandpass filter with adjustable center frequency and resonance.  It has the following:



  • Decay - This control sets the decay time for the module. An LED helps visualize this time.
  • Resonance - This sets the resonance of the filter, or how much it emphasizes the center frequency.
  • Frequency - This sets the center frequency of the fiilter.



  • Trigger In - This turns the VCA on and begins the decay. Any trigger, gate or oscillator signal can be used with this input.
  • Noise Out - This is a dedicated noise output bypassing the filter and VCA.
  • Output - This is the filtered and VCA'd output.

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Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer Barton
Depth No
+12V No
-12V No
+5V No
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