Dove Audio’s WTF oscillator facilitates the creation of new and unique waveforms using a window transform function (WTF). It works like this: imagine two waveforms, one preceding another, with a window between them. The module essentially opens this window to varying degrees, letting a portion of the latter wave bleed through for some delicious sonic goodness. Of course, the transform function can be modulated via CV, making things even crazier. There’s also a dual window mode that adds an extra window, and an invert parameter that makes the rear waveform more sonically prominent.
Unique oscillator-type module for modular synthesizers
Window width operation facilitates the creation of unique waveforms
Dove Audio WTF (Window Transform Function) Eurorack Oscillator
WTF stands for Window Transform Function and that is the type of synthesis used by the Dove Audio WTF oscillator. This type of synthesis works by running two wavetables in parallel as well as a window function. When the window is open one wavetable is heard and when the window is closed the other wavetable is heard. The wavetable function runs in sync with the two wavetables and can be run in single or double window mode. There are many wavetables and lots of CV controls on the WTF oscillator giving you lots of different timbral options.
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