MATRIXSYNTH: Cwejman VCO-6



Monday, December 17, 2007

Cwejman VCO-6

"The VC0-6 is a single voltage controlled oscillator and has six individual waveforms. The frequency is controlled with manual controllers (knobs) and FM (leveled inputs). The VCO-6 can by sync-ed by an external signals frequency,

as well.
Frequency controllers
The oscillator's frequency is controlled by RANGE (from C2 to C8), TUNE knob

(± 6 semitones) and leveled FM inputs (DC coupled FM1 and exponential F2

and FM3). Frequency modulation (leveled FM1, FM2 and FM3 ) determinates the intensity of frequency modulation and/or pitch control. The FM2 and FM3 inputs are carefully calibrated for 1Volt/octave sensitivity and it tracks the musical

scale for more than 8 octaves."

via Mr. Array

3 comments:

  1. Yeah, Cwejman rocks, of course. I have the VC)-2RM and the sound of the oscillators is fantastic. But when will they lose this fascination with discreet waveforms (by switch or by jack) and go with continuous waveform shaping? That would make the timbre of each oscillator so much more interesting!!! The only place where I can see having a dedicated waveform outlet is the sine. On my Analog Solutions RS-95 Oscillator, the sine is waveshapable and unless you get it just right, it sounds crackly. Buchla did it right with waveshaping, and the Thomas Henry XR-VCO does it right too, if you want to build something yourself. Ah well, you can't please all the peepholes all of the time...

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  2. Is that chassis out, yet?!

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  3. Soooo....how much will these babies cost? $350? $400?

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