New Synth Module Goes From WTF To OMFG

Dove Audio has updated their new Window Transform Function (WTF) module – a new oscillator design for Euro and 5U systems – adding wavetable morphing.

The unique oscillator design features the ability to essentially ‘layer’ two different waveshapes, and then wipe a window between the two shapes, under CV control.

The WTF will be available in both Euro and 5U formats.

Here’s what designer Paula Maddox has to say about the new mode:

Rather than just having 32 static waveforms, you can now seamlessly morph from one to the next, and all under full CV control, of course.

We’ve added this to both front and rear waveforms, but we’re also adding an option jumper to the back of the module so you can select if you want this on both, one, or neither of the waveforms.

This new feature, combined with our unique window transform function takes the WTF oscillator to a whole new level of sonic prowess.

Dove Audio is producing the WTF module via a Kickstarter project and has already reached their funding goal, with another two weeks to go in their campaign.

Maddox has also announced a stretch goal. If the project reaches 150% funding, the PCB and panel will be updated to shrink the panel size for the Eurorack version from 20HP to 16HP.

See the project site for details.

5 thoughts on “New Synth Module Goes From WTF To OMFG

  1. a stretch goal to shrink the panel….. I dont see the benefit in shrinking the panel… leaving Eurorack just because the ergonomics are being thrown out in favour of moar functionality…. especially where digital modules are concerned.

    1. Looking at the 20HP prototype panel vs the 16HP redesign, I don’t think the redesign compromises any usability at all.

      Smaller doesn’t always have to be worse. uO_C has a better physical layout than the original Ornament & Crime. The first version of Plancks was really cramped compared to Frames, but the new version with sliders seems pretty usable.

  2. A switch on the module might be more useful. Anyway looks great, only feat I’d miss is perhaps a sub mirroring front or back wform and user wave tables? BTW are the oscillators nco’s like previous modules or different design?

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