If you’re not familiar with video synthesis, here’s what LZX has to say about it:
A modular synthesizer is a type of analogue computer which is programmed by connecting the inputs and outputs of various functional modules to each other, typically in order to produce or process audio signals. The advantages of a modular synthesizer are its expandability and flexibility, since a system can be designed around goals the user wishes to achieve, and easily reconfigured (or patched) for multiple uses. Video synthesis is another application of the modular synthesizer, and while the application is different, the same principles of analogue signal paths and voltage-controlled parameters still apply.
While many functional modules are useful for both audio and video, some new module designs must be introduced which deal with the special requirements of video signals. The LZX Visionary modular video synthesizer can function as a traditional video mixer, keyer, or special effects unit, or delve into experimental territory such as the creation of abstract patterns with voltage-controlled oscillators, complex color space modulation, audiovisualization, and many as yet to be discovered techniques.
Their current line of Eurorack video synth modules includes:
- Color Video Encoder
- Video Sync Generator
- Video Waveform Generator
- Triple Video Fader & Key Generator
- Video Blending Matrix
- Voltage Interface I
- Video Ramps
- Triple Video Processor
- Voltage Bridge