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[NAMM] Modulation Orgy LFO

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Synthetic Sound Labs Modulation Orgy LFO - Model 2260
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Synthetic Sound Labs Modulation Orgy LFO - Model 2260

Generator module for modular synthesizer from Synthetic Sound Labs .

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Synthetic Sound Labs has released its first Euro rack format module, the Model 2260 Modulation Orgy.

This new 16 HP width module contains a Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO) that the company assures "offers unmatched modulation flexibility."

 

2260 Modulation Orgy Specs:

  • Model  2260 Tap Tempo LFO
  • Function: Flexible Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO)
  • Tempo Adjust: .05 Hz to >50 Hz (approx)
  • Tempo Multipliers: Six (0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4; overlapping) – Manual & voltage controlled
  • Waveforms: Saw, Ramp, Square, Triangle, Sine, Sweep, Lump and
  • Random – Manual and Voltage controlled
  • Wave Distortion: 10% to 90% (approx, except Random)
  • Voltage controlled Inputs
  • Tempo CV, Multiplier CV, Waveform CV, Distort CV, Sync, Level CV.  0 to +5V nominal.
  • 1/8” Phone jacks. 100k impedance.
  • Outputs: Clock (0 to +5 digital), LFO voltage (10V P-P;  +/-5V).  1K impedance.
  • 1/8” Phone jacks.
  • Panel Indicators: LFO Rate – Red LEDs
  • Panel: 0.062” aluminum. Durable black Metalphoto finish with aluminum and copper graphics. Complimentary Brass colored knobs.
  • Power: Euro rack standard 16 pin keyed header.
  • +5VDC @ 14ma, +15vdc @ 16ma, -15vdc 18ma
  • Size: 5.0” H x ~3.25” W x ~1.25” D (16 HP). Skiff ready.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Pricing is $250 US and is available today from Synthetic Sound Labs and from distributors worldwide, including Analogue Haven, in whose booth the Modulation Orgy is being demo’ed at NAMM.

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