Turn the sound of one lone oscillator into seven!
(Your ear or an oscilloscope simply can't tell the difference between this module and a whole rack of seven VCOs tuned in unison!)
This amazing Bernie Hutchins circuit has been admired by Designers for years as a true electronic engineering marvel, (Of course here at Cyndustries we could not simply leave well enough alone, click here for Mark Barton's "Full Story" on what makes this one superior to previous designs).
It's optimized for a sawtooth input, but any single waveform with a slope going into this thing... comes out as a super fat three-hundred pound gorilla of waveforms!
There is even "Voltage Controlled FAT" (Imagine That!)
Many of us have spent years auditioning low pass filters on the quest for that super rich monster powerful sound, well... I believe you will find the Cynthia Sawtooth Animator to be the secret weapon that will push your sound over that crucial edge!
More than simply a chorus circuit, the Animator effects range from creamy lush sounds to totally wacked-out warbling, and as a bonus, there's a cloud of front panel outputs from the six internal LFOs that automatically track the frequency of the incoming waveform. (With two oscillators and two of these new Sawtooth Animator modules, you can spread the cloud of LFOs or bring them into focus together simply by controlling the frequencies of the two incoming oscillators).
The audio output waveforms vary from staircase waves to multiple mountain peaks and add sophistication and raw power to your music.
A slam-dunk "Must Have" Module for any synthesizer!
"It's absolutely clear that this is a world-class timbre fattener"
FRACK / BLACET
$ 459 US
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"Thank you Thank you Thank you!"
"What a Cool Module! I've tried a few "illegal" patches already--feeding it high frequency
modulated triangle waves is pretty cool. Right now the thing sounds VERY
much like an actual triangle! (the little metal one, not the waveform.)
The other half is being used with Bruce's dual multimode to make creepy