Michael Matos‘ Cusp – A Remembrance of the Forgotten is a short film synthesized using LZX Visionary modules, ‘my dearest Eurorack pals’ and an oscilloscope.
A small basic lzx system using the vsg, into the tvp, into the video ramps to boost the signal straight to the oscilloscope.
I used a variety of euro, especially the WMD gamma wave, Maths, anti-oscillator, and the piston honda. I’m trying to explore a more primitive palette, than the one you usually see from the lzx. It’s a highly flexible system, and one that easily adapts to your vision.
LZX Industries’ Video Waveform Generator is a Eurorack synthesizer module designed for manipulating video.
It features a wide range analogue voltage-controlled oscillator with five waveform outputs, pulse-width modulator, and waveshapers, versatile pattern and wipe generation and animation control source.
According to LZX:
What your ear may hear as a subtle difference, your eye may see as a huge one. Since the end results in video synthesis are visual: texture, pattern, and shape instead of audio, there are a number of features and controls in this VCO design that take into consideration this unique application.
The video offers a general overview and demonstration of the Video Waveform Generator’s various features.
The LZX Industries Video Waveform Generator retails for $359.00.