2 linear cross-modulating vcLFOs with 10 outputs providing 30 possible waveform variations
The Vulcan Modulator is a flexible generator of control voltages. It comprises of two voltage controlled LFOs which can modulate each other. Four further devices compare the LFO´s signals and can output a CV on their own. A perfect modulation source for all of you who are bored by normal LFOs.
Two identical VC-LFOs which have following waveforms: sine, trangle and pulse. The symmetry controls alter the waveform shape or the pulse width. If no cable is inserted into the CV input, the first LFO modulates the speed of the second one and vice versa (cross modulation). An attenuator adjusts the intensity of internal or external modulation.
Additionally the LFO´s signals pass a minimum / maximum detector, a mixer and an inverter. Their signals go to four separate outputs and can output the momentary lowest or highest voltage, the sum and the difference.
Jumpers on the back of the module let you decide in how which waveform of which LFO is compared... Got it? Let´s say sine 1 and triangle 2 go to the minimum out, pulse 1 and triangle 2 go to the summing out and so on. This results in up to thirty different waveforms!
No info about availability.$249 submitted Oct 15th 2012, 02:55 by rubbercitynoise | last Change Feb 9th 2016, 13:03 by xtront