Brute LFO is a new app that turns your iOS device into a modular synth controller.
If you have a hardware synth that allows you to use external gear to modulate the pitch, the filter, or any other parameter, your can plug the Brute LFO into the CV in and start playing.
Brute LFO consists of three separate LFOs. LFO 1 and 2 can be controlled using the control elements in the top half of the screen. The big knob in he middle sets the rate of both the LFOs. Additionally you can change the waveforms of the LFOs, detune LFO 2 and change its phase. The amount knob in the top half also sets the overall amount of the modulation.
The elements on the bottom half (LFO 3) can be used to modulate the frequency of LFO 1 and 2.
And the brute switch destroys everything!
This is the official montage/teaser video for LFO – an upcoming film about the dark side of synth power:
LFO is a dark comedy/drama/Sci-Fi about a man who realizes that he can hypnotise with sound. He starts experimenting on his neighbors, where the abuse of power takes over and, eventually, severe consequences for mankind are at stake.
Vermonashared this sneak preview of a new module for Eurorack modular synthesizers, the fourMulator.
Official pricing and details are to be announced, but this summary is available:
It’s a Quad Digital LFO & Gate-Generator. It contains 4 equal LFOs with 6 waveforms each: Sine, Tri, Saw, Ramp, Pulse and S&H. Units 2, 3 and 4 are clockable or phaseable (!) to LFO1 or the next one to the left.
Furthermore you will find beside the Wave-Out: CV-In, Reset-In and Gate-Out (full cycle).
This video, via synthmonger, is an audio demo of the Micro Phasemonger analog phaser:
The micro Phasemonger is a 4 stage Phaser. The stages are controlled by a high frequency VCO. Underclocking the VCO causes an aliasing effect similar to that of bit crushing. I haven’t seen any other manufacturer do this with their phaser designs so I’m claiming mine as a world first.