Dove Audio has introduced the Waveplane Oscillator – a new oscillator design for MU & Eurorack modular synthesizers.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
The Waveplane oscillator is a new dimension in wavetable synthesis. It allows 6 dimensions of movement for the output wave being generated, giving unprecedented amount of motion in a wavetable oscillator.
The oscillator generates four simultaneous waveforms and, at its simplest, it lets you seamlessly morph between four different waveforms, using the X and Y controls. Along with the X and Y controls having CV inputs, each of the four waveforms has its own wavetable, providing you with 6 dimensions of movement for the output wave being generated.
Each ‘corner’ wave has 32 waveforms, which are arranged in wavetables. There are, of course, the usual suspects – sawtooth, sine wave, triangle wave and square wave. The remaining 28 waveforms are all newly created to mimic certain types of sounds, like vocal formants, distorted waves, metallic sounds and many more.
You can select the waveform for each corner; each corner has independent control voltages enabling you to create incredibly rich sonic textures.
Pricing and Availability
Production of the Waveplane Oscillator is being funded via a Kickstarter project. The module is available to project backers for £375 for the Eurorack version and £400 for the MU version.