The idea of Blinds is to mix two different waveforms in a creative way. You choose two waveforms amongst a large set, the first one is called the Front Wave and the second one is called the Back Wave. You can then progressively transform the first one into the second one by opening a “blind” in the center of the waveform, using manually the Shape knob or leaving it to the Prologue’s LFO shape modulation.
Think of it as PWM for any waveform. (PWM stands for Pulse Width Modulation but you don’t even have to know that to enjoy Blinds.)
You can also expand the possibilities by using the parameters: you can invert the Back Wave, which is useful to modulate a waveform against itself, and set the number of openings to two instead of one.
The best way to understand how you are interacting with the waveforms is to look at the gorgeous oscilloscope integrated on the Prologue.
In addition to the Blinds mode, the custom oscillator offers another mode that is just as innovative: the Warp mode allows you to get another kind of modulation similar to PWM, using a single waveform. The Front Wave is then modulated as if you were smudging it from the center with your finger, left and right, depending on the Shape knob position.
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