This video, via Data Broth, explores using the programmable Roland Demora Eurorack delay effect module as a voltage-controlled synthesizer voice.
The Demora lets you repatch its sub-modules, using a Mac, Windows or iOS editor, changing its internal signal path to customize how it works.
All sounds in the demo video are from the Demora module. A Microbrute is used for pitch cv, envelope cv and sequencing.
Here’s what Data Broth has to say about the demo:
I made a patch using the aira customizer app with the lfo as an oscillator, being key-tracked from the microbrute.
it seems a little buggy, the patch wont load when powering on demora, also routing back into the demora’s delay seems to cause some issues. However I was able to get a simple delay tone to use in this video
otherwise I think it sounds pretty nice actually, and has a nice wave shape from saw to sine to noise
More information on the Demora is available at the Roland site.