| Sinc Iter is a four-HP voltage-controlled oscillator with a 23-octave range.
It has three waveform modes: noise, plain, and super, each of which allow continual
morphing between waveforms.
Plain is a variable sample rate direct waveform synthesis.
Mathematically it is equivalent to a wavetable, but the table is computed on the fly.
Super mode is 6 oscillators with LFO phase modulation.
Noise is a fixed sample rate Perlin noise oscillator. Front-panel unipolar and bipolar outputs allow for easy use as a control source.
Phase modulation and Sync modulation are both
supported to provide maximal tonal variety.
The Sinc Iter also has a built-in
quantizer (semi tone and quarter tone).
> tech specs
- Width: 4HP
- Depth: 4cm
- Current consumption: +12V : 150mA ; -12V : 10mA