Dial Up is a new take on drum synthesis. For one, all of its functions have been siphoned down to a single knob that discombobulates its internal algorithm for unabashedly glitchy effects. At its core, the module is a glitchy noise source fed into a transistor VCA with an integrated decay envelope. The decay parameter can be manually altered via the Tail knob and three-position switch (which selects between low, medium, and high decay ranges), while the glitch scramble can be remotely controlled via the corresponding CV input. There's also a Bang input that accepts trigger signals and doubles as an envelope follower.
Glitch drum in 4HP!
Decay knob with 3-position range switch
Bang input accepts triggers and doubles as an envelope follower
Glitch parameter features bipolar CV for remote control over glitch amount