Befaco Muxlicer

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Eurorack module

  • Signal processor with bidirectional switch and gate generator
  • Consists of the sections step controller, gate generator and analogue switch
  • Muxlicer can be used as a voltage-controlled signal router (8-on-1 or 1-on-8), as a CV sequencer, audio chopper, generate rhythmic gate patterns and more
  • Current consumption: 45 mA (+12 V) / 5 mA (-12 V)
  • Width: 16 HP
  • Depth: 23 mm
available since June 2019
Item number 466975
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Width 16 TE / HP
Switch Modul 1
CV-Editor/VC-Processor 1
Tools 1
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Laura Palmer 05.09.2020
Here is what I use it for:
-if you run a simple sequenced VCO through the Muxlicer, you can chop it up, create variations in the pattern, morph the wavetable by combining other VCOs in the per-step inputs. That's fun. Especially cos the sliders allow you to easily create variations playing live.
-sometimes I use it as a simple, but randomizable step sequencer.
-It is also great as a gate sequencer, opening and closing VCAs, creating crazy patterns.
-all of the above, while triggering drums through Muxlicer's gates, EOC, and surprisingly useful clock output.

Generally is great for live use, very versatile, and mostly tons of fun. I thought that together with the Percall it might be redundant. Well, I was wrong, they're a killer combo for creating drum patterns + melodies.
If you love sliders too, you cannot go wrong.
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macsmoser 14.12.2020
Well, this might be a useless review, but seriously this module is so useful, for so many things. I suggest you check this up on YouTube rather than me writing about it.

As for quality it feels very solid, well build and it's so beautiful. I guess over time that shiny surface might look less nice after you have been there with your oily french fry finger. But, still a beauyt in the rack.

Featurewise it's packed. I am a noob on modular, so bought this because I was overwhelmed by the variety of functions. Now as I learn to use it I just love it more every day.
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Roport 26.06.2022
Faders are a bit flimsy but most if not all are. It's fun to use and it's great for a price, lots of experimenting to have. You can always try one in VCV rack, but I don't think you can go wrong if you have a space in your rack.
+ You can attenuate its outputs which is nice addition not many are aware
- Seems that clock out can't be reset which is bummer if you use any other then 16th gates
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ichor 07.04.2021
This module really brings my rack to life!

I use Muxlicer together with a quantiser as a randomisable eight-step sequencer. One cool trick is to put a sample-and-hold (clocked on the end-of-cycle) into the "all-in" input which in a very pleasant way varies how the sequence is played. High values from S&H give the full range of the sequence, low values give a more calm, base-y version.

Div-Kid’s video on this module gives a good overview.
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