Korg Polysix-Inspired Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO)
The P610 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO) draws it's inspiration from the VCO found in the Korg Polysix; featuring a similar, discrete-based sawtooth core and unmistakably warm, analog sound that can only be derived from such a design.
Outputs include simultaneous sawtooth and PW (pulse) waveforms, along with a dedicated sub-oscillator that can be set to -1 or -2 octaves below the main oscillator. A mix out provides a summed output comprising the sawtooth, PW and sub-oscillator waveforms.
The front panel frequency knob and dedicated octave switch (4'/8'/16') provide a frequency range of approximately 12 octaves.
A 1V/octave input provides accurate tracking over more than ten octaves. Other modulation features include manual PWM via the front panel knob, or via an external CV input and a FM input that can switched between an exponential or linear response.
This Module is a prototype or in a concept phase.submitted Dec 30th 2020, 23:47 by Wavefonix | last Change Jan 17th, 12:34 by Wavefonix