Where have you been all my life!?

Wondering what's up with that? OK, here's why...

Comparators are devices that output a gate for as long as an incoming signal is above a given threshold. But WINDOW comparators have TWO lower, one higher, and you can set gate/trigs to fire above, IN the "window" formed by the high and low thresholds, and below that. And even better, this contains summing for both input and output, so if you want to fire several gates off of one signal, it's easy with this thing. For those who use a lot of LFO/envelope signals plus a Boolean module, this thing has your name written all over it! Let the crazy logic timing commence!!!

I use a dual comparator to convert the sine and saw out from a VCO into two kinds of square. Vary the threshold and it varies the pulse-width. Sum several squares with different pulse-width and you get a super-saw thing. Really nice effect to convert a 'plain' sound source into a complex one.