^ [XOR] is a logical statement but also bit operator which is sort of a combination of & [AND] and | [OR]. By applying this modulation to the classical wavetables you can achieve very interesting harmonics added to the sound. Especially when more voices are mixed, it comes to some really interesting dirty digital modulation artefacts. ^ [XOR] is intended to be used as a sound module for a MIDI keyboard and it doesn`t produce any sound without the keyboard. It needs MIDI Bastl to interface the MIDI jack.
- 6 voice polyphony
- wavetable based – sine, saw, triangle, digi-noise
- played ONLY by MIDI using MIDI Bastl
- ^[xor], &[and], |[or] modulation
- arpeggiator – gate and note modes, different shapes, adjustable speed, MIDI clock sync,
- 8 different sound settings in one preset
- 6 presets
- full MIDI implementation (note, velocity, pitch bend, mod wheel sustain, CC, clock)
Note: It does not run from battery – because the battery would not power the MIDI Bastl via the chain connector.
See Trinity page for more information
- dimensions: 75 x 75 x 55 mm
- powered by 9V battery, 9V DC center positive power supply or side pins
- user manual pdf
- latest source code at gitHub in the examples folder of the bastlTrinity repository
- MIDI implementation table
- assembly instructions Trinity instructables pdf
- assembly instructions MIDI Bastl instructables pdf
XOR with Standuino
We have made a demo and a prototype some time ago with Standuino. The new xor is much better now! You can see what the modulation does with the wavetables in the second video below.