LFO with CEM3340 Architecture
Our 3340 Low-Frequency Oscillator (LFO) utilises original CEM3340 (Rev. G) architecture, similarly to our 3340 VCO.
It is a voltage-controlled LFO featuring three simultaneous, buffered 10Vpp (±5V) waveforms including DC-coupled ramp, triangle and pulse outputs.
The pulse output has a controllable PW, along with a PWM CV input (±5V range). The PW can be varied manually between 50% and 100% duty cycle with the PW knob on the front panel. When a PWM CV source is input, the PW is normalled to 50% and the CV level is attenuated using the PW knob.
Other features include a controllable FM input that is also calibrated to 1V/octave when the FM knob is fully-clockwise. So the LFO can also be used as a VCO. A comparator-based reversing type sync input also allows the LFO to be synced to another LFO or VCO etc.
The overall frequency range of approximately 0.05Hz to 4.5kHz (e.g. when using a 1V/octave source). By default, the coarse and fine frequency control knobs provide a frequency range of approximately 0.05Hz to 100Hz (this range can be changed using a trimmer on the PCB).
This Module is currently available.$150 Price in € submitted Oct 20th 2020, 22:59 by Wavefonix | last Change Jan 29th, 21:57 by Wavefonix