Bastl Instruments Announces The KLIK – Easy Peasy Sync

At ANR we’re big fans of Bastl (see our recent Sonic Joy Awards for the Best Synths category!) and we are happy to help the guys announce their new product: the KLIK!

What is it???
Klik is a synchronisation device that enables the user to make rock solid analog sync signals from their computer and hardware synths. The KLIK revives the old-school sync technique of using audio tracks for synchronisation purposes.

Record your synths exactly on the grid into your DAW while compensating for the latency of your sound card. Jam between your computer and your HW in a really tight sync and add groove to your clock.

Here is a video that is fun to watch and explains more!

(wish I could do as many push-ups!)

As a collaboration with Bitwig and Irrupt Audio, Bastl has made the KLIK as powerful and easy to use as possible and are presenting this collaboration for the first time at NAMM 2017.
Pay them a visit at booth C4911 and try the KLIK (don’t forget to send love from ANR)!

The new version of Bitwig (2.0) adds a HW CLOCK device which we collaborated on to use with the KLIK!
Please note that the KLIK is designed to only transmit clock / trigger information. Its output is either low or high 0 or 5V. It doesn’t output continuous CV signals.


  • Mini USB B Power 5V (overvoltage / overcurrent / polarity protected)
  • TRS 3.5mm stereo line level input
  • 2 x TR 3.5mm mono outputs
  • 0 or 5V trigger gate outputs
  • all jacks are overvoltage / polarity protected
  • Manual button gate for R / Reset channel
  • Led indication per channel
  • Current draw <10mA
  • Size 44 x 44 mm

Price and availability
Price is 49€ excluding tax (approx 59€ eur including tax)
The KLIK is available for preorder NOW at and first units will start shipping in March 2017.

For more information take a wee look-see at the product page.

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