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The Mysteron from Make Noise is a fully digital synthesizer voice. Its name suggests an obscure quality, leading to unknown territory. Even those who created it claim they don't fully understand its nature. There are two Digital Wave guides, each with their own 1v/Oct inputs. The sound is started by an Exciter, fed into the Excite input, like a Trigger or Gate. The Mutation control decides the timbral quality of the output. The Impulse control decides how long the waveguide "rings", which can also be used as a final VCA control. Because of the feedback routing within itself, Mysteron rarely falls into sounds it has made before, and every state is affected by the previous state, pushing boundaries just by tweaking knobs.