$180

$180

Ana is an analog logic utility that can perform a wide variety of functions. At its core Ana is a set of four diode logic circuits and signals derived from those circuits. However, Ana differs from other logic modules in that it can process variable analog signals and give a variable analog output instead of just binary on-off gates. Use Ana with one input and gain six outputs all related to that input, or feed Ana with two signals and get six cross-modulation processes. With two input controls which work as either attenuverters, offsets or static values Ana can process audio, sequences, modulation and even video in a huge variety of ways.

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Ana is an analog logic utility that can perform a wide variety of functions. At its core Ana is a set of four diode logic circuits and signals derived from those circuits. However, Ana differs from other logic modules in that it can process variable analog signals and give a variable analog output instead of just binary on-off gates. Use Ana with one input and gain six outputs all related to that input, or feed Ana with two signals and get six cross-modulation processes. With two input controls which work as either attenuverters, offsets or static values Ana can process audio, sequences, modulation and even video in a huge variety of ways.

ANA is a utility module comprising six functions that combine two inputs. These functions are:

**MIN** – compute the minimum of the two input voltages

**MAX** – compute the maximum of the two input voltages

**XOR** – compute the XOR, or multiplication the two input voltages

**MAG** – compute the difference between the two input voltages.

**STEP** – perform a track and hold based smooth/ stepped process from the two inputs

**BOX** – perform a bipolar comparator process resulting in a 3 level square wave.

The front panel controls are used to attenuvert or offset the input signals depending on how ANA is patched:

Patching a signal into either **IN1** or **IN2** will make the corresponding knob function as an attenuverter

Patching a signal into either **SUM1** or **SUM2** will make the corresponding knob function as an offset

Patching into both inputs will attenuvert the signal patched into either **IN1** or **IN2** and add the signal patched into either **SUM1** or **SUM2**.

Leaving all inputs to a channel unpatched makes the corresponding knob a static offset.

The attenuverters are able to boost an incoming signal by a factor of 2.

ANA lends itself to a wide variety of functions, many of them performed simultaneously. Here is a short list of them:

Process CV with gain and offset.

Multiply signals as a through-zero VCA with unique character.

Add harmonics by rectifying a signal.

Create pseudo random sequences.

Distort incoming signals under voltage control

Compute Boolean logic on gates or continuous voltages.

Extract Gates and sequences from modulation signals.

$180

Ana is an analog logic utility that can perform a wide variety of functions. At its core Ana is a set of four diode logic circuits and signals derived from those circuits. However, Ana differs from other logic modules in that it can process variable analog signals and give a variable analog output instead of just binary on-off gates. Use Ana with one input and gain six outputs all related to that input, or feed Ana with two signals and get six cross-modulation processes. With two input controls which work as either attenuverters, offsets or static values Ana can process audio, sequences, modulation and even video in a huge variety of ways.

ANA is a utility module comprising six functions that combine two inputs. These functions are:

**MIN** – compute the minimum of the two input voltages

**MAX** – compute the maximum of the two input voltages

**XOR** – compute the XOR, or multiplication the two input voltages

**MAG** – compute the difference between the two input voltages.

**STEP** – perform a track and hold based smooth/ stepped process from the two inputs

**BOX** – perform a bipolar comparator process resulting in a 3 level square wave.

The front panel controls are used to attenuvert or offset the input signals depending on how ANA is patched:

Patching a signal into either **IN1** or **IN2** will make the corresponding knob function as an attenuverter

Patching a signal into either **SUM1** or **SUM2** will make the corresponding knob function as an offset

Patching into both inputs will attenuvert the signal patched into either **IN1** or **IN2** and add the signal patched into either **SUM1** or **SUM2**.

Leaving all inputs to a channel unpatched makes the corresponding knob a static offset.

The attenuverters are able to boost an incoming signal by a factor of 2.

ANA lends itself to a wide variety of functions, many of them performed simultaneously. Here is a short list of them:

Process CV with gain and offset.

Multiply signals as a through-zero VCA with unique character.

Add harmonics by rectifying a signal.

Create pseudo random sequences.

Distort incoming signals under voltage control

Compute Boolean logic on gates or continuous voltages.

Extract Gates and sequences from modulation signals.