32 RGB backlit velocity sensitive button grid
18 RGB backlit function buttons
8 Pots including dedicated filter and volume pots
2 Encoders for tempo and modulation path depth
6 RGB backlit mini pots for mixer section
4 35mm sliders for envelope ADSR control
16 Tact switches
27 Orange LEDs for functional selection
19 RGB indicator LEDs
2 1/4” jack sockets for line out and audio input
3 3.5mm jack sockets for MIDI in, out and thru (MIDI din break-out cables included)
2 3.5mm jack sockets for analogue clock in and out
3 3.5mm jack sockets for CV, gate and aux CV output
USB B 2.0 / MIDI comms only (no bus-power)
Configurable MIDI channels
Front-mounted 3.5mm jack socket for headphones
Rubberised knob caps
Rotary controls secured to the chassis with metal nuts
Power supply connector
Kensington Security Slot
A very naughty synth
Circuit Mono Station is a scheming, manipulative little beast of a machine, with a deafening roar to be tamed. It’s infectious to use, quick to engage with and capable of some unpredictable and rather dangerous results.
Just try and muzzle it
Featuring three types of analogue distortion effects, a really nasty ring modulator, a chunky sub-oscillator and step automation for all 53 parameters, Circuit Mono Station sounds bloody disgusting. It’s an instrument that can be used as an experimental, polyrhythmic sound design tool – set apart with Bass Station II’s synth engine, reworked into a paraphonic form. Sequences can benefit from longer LFOs staying in sync across several notes, perfect for making widely evolving musical phrases.
Impressive CV with lots of sequencing experience
Having the same workflow as the Circuit sequencer and synth, Circuit Mono Station really is the potty-mouthed child of Novation. The Mod Seq, Swing Sync and a Mutate function are useful for happy accidents, and the AUX CV output can send complex modulation signals to the outside world. You can programme notes into the Mod Seq page to independently control your modular and CV gear with pitch and gate control via the CV/GATE output.
It’ll say anything to anyone
With USB MIDI, MIDI IN/OUT/THRU, CV and GATE connectors, Circuit Mono Station can get in the face of every piece of gear in its space.
Hungry for more
The recent Circuit Mono Station v1.2 upgrade comes biting at the heels of the v1.1 update, and it establishes an all-new sequencing structure optimised for unique sonic creativity and modular gear. Circuit Mono Station continually evolves, never leaving you hungry for more.
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Individually control oscillators
Two oscillators with individual control of sync and tuning parameters.
Get the frequency band you want
High-pass, low-pass and band-pass filters with slopes of 12dB and 24dB.
Three distortion modes
Classic Bass Station, new fuzz or a mixture of both.
Monophonic and paraphonic
Monophonic and paraphonic modes with individual glide control.
Adaptable modulation system
Four-by-eight modulation matrix that enables complex alteration and routing. The Circuit Mono Station LFOs allow you to decouple synced LFOs from key sync, perfect for making widely evolving musical phrases.
Patches at your fingertips
Load and save up to 64 patches on the device.
Three sequencer tracks
Two oscillator sequencers and one modulation sequencer. Hit Shift + Sessions to send either Osc 1, Osc 2 or the Mod Seq to the CV/GATE output.
Connect to hardware and software
CV, Gate and modulation outputs for controlling separate hardware. Connect and sync to your music software and MIDI-compatible hardware. Modulate, evolve and process your source through the audio input.
Store unlimited sounds
Backup patches and sessions with Components. Learn more about Components here."