8 HP
34 mm deep
Current Draw
55 mA +12V
17 mA -12V
0 mA 5V
$257 Price in €

Available as an assembled Module and as a DIY project.

This Module is currently available.

Specs are approved by the manufacturer

Dual channel VCA and distortion based on the new Korg Nutube vacuum fluorescent display.

Nutone is dual channel VCA and distortion based on the new Korg Nutube vacuum fluorescent display. The real triode structure of the Nutube produces a warm, unique vacuum tube sound. It's capable of generating distortions ranging from light saturation to hard clipping and overload.

Dual / stereo unit. Patch both channels in series to add an extra distortion level or use it in parallel to process stereo signals. All the controls are duplicate.

CV inputs for the channel gain. Patch it with envelopes, LFOs or with an Envelope Follower, our favourite option for compressor-like pumped drums.

Independent FEEDBACK parameters for each channels . The output is send back to the input to add more saturation and noise to the circuit. With this control the NUTONE is capable of generate sound itself.

Sending potentiometers between channels. "OUT1>IN2" sends the output of the channel 1 to the channel 2. this way you can control the amount of signal going from one channel to the other one. Also it provides a way to mix different signals (i.e.: you can process the channel 1 output with a VCF and send back to the channel 2 while mixing the original signal in it). Turning up both send potentiometers will enter in a feedback mode between channels. Add some individual feedback at each channel and you will have total chaos!

Low power consumption.


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