BMC021 - Barton Full Wave Dual Rectifier

This is an all analog DIY synthesizer module used to alter the timbre and create new harmonic content. It consists of two identical full-wave rectification circuits, which can be used separately or one cascading into the other. Each circuit has a manual bias offset as well as external CV that can be used to offset the bias.

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The Full Wave Dual Rectifier module is a waveshaping type module. It containts two full wave rectifying circuits.  This module consists of the same circuit repeated twice, it has the following inputs, outputs and controls, per channel.

  • 1.Signal Input - This is where the audio should be input.
  • 2.Bias Input - This is where a DC voltage to offset the bias should be input.
  • 3.Output - This is the rectified output.
  • 4.Bias - This sets the bias manually.
  • 5.Bias Input Attenuate - This attenuates how much the external bias will affect the rectifier.

The board features PC mounted pots for less wiring, and mounting holes for flexibility in panel layout. There are Eurorack and MOTM power connecters.


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Specs & Downloads

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


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