Or as they put it, a ‘patchable analog logic computer which sculpts sonic worlds’ and more, including battery-power for portability if needed. Watch the video below to hear it in action – it sounds amazing! – and check out the full product specifications here on the Bastl Instruments website.
The patchbay of the bitRanger is a place for exploration where you can simply connect outputs to inputs to see what happens. This can be done methodically or with complete experimental abandon. Go nuts! Battery Power and a built in speaker make the bitRanger totally portable. Tweak it’s 4 knobs, 8 switches and more than 100 patch points in the woods, on the beach, on a train and in the studio.
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