next-gen analog complex oscillator || thru-zero phase modulation in the analog realm
The CARRIER in Mindphaser is the oscillator core that feeds the WAVESHAPER and TZ-PM BUS sections responsible for the final complex signal OUT. Switchable external hard and soft sync are offered. Over 8 octaves of VCO range are possible, perfect for FM and PM sidebands. There are V/oct, linear FM and exponential FM inputs which are all independent of the TZ-PM functionality. Linear FM happens inside the CARRIER’s core, separate from the external TZ-PM BUS! Toggle the SHAPE of the signal feeding the WAVESHAPER with the button. The colour and display of Mindphaser updates as you change the base waveshape!
Built around the same analog triangle core VCO as the CARRIER, with a button press, the MODULATOR switches easily between LFO and audio range modes for maximum versatility. Besides the features it shares with the CARRIER, there is also PW modulation on the square output, which is great for a sub oscillator or MOD BUS Source.
This isn’t a classic waveshaper! Featuring FOLDing harmonics up to 5 octaves above the fundamental frequency, internal FEEDBACK, and full range AM. A HIGH and LOW clipping switch offers even more harmonic experimentation! Switchable inverting attenuators on each CV input!
Thru-zero phase modulation in the ANALOG realm! Unlike its digital counterpart, analog TZ-PM has its own character we’ve come to expect from analog circuitry. Best of all, it can be combined with the WAVESHAPER and is independent of the CARRIER’s linear FM circuitry!
This is where things get interesting! Select from the PULSE, RAMP or SINE output of the MODULATOR (or inject your own SOURCE) and vary the bus INDEX manually or with CV. Control the overall INDEX here! MOD BUS send destinations include classic linear FM, AM, wavefolding, feedback and TZ-PM INDEX, with variable amounts and polarities!
This Module is a prototype or in a concept phase.$599 submitted Jan 15th, 01:56 by hexinverterdotnet | last Change Apr 30th, 19:23 by hexinverterdotnet
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