NANO ModulesONA Analog Oscillator


In Stock Available immediately!
  • Free Shipping
  • No Hassle Returns
    No Hassle
  • Warranty
  • Low Price Guarantee'
    Low Prices

NANO Modules ONA

Offering a bit more than just your typical analog waveforms, ONA from NANO Modules is a fully analog oscillator crafted to excel as a prominent voice of your modular system while providing plenty of utility to play nicely with others. All parameters on ONA feature inputs for voltage control, meaning that ONA can easily provide rich and deep analog timbres. ONA's triangle-core design makes for a clean sine wave, as well as laying the groundwork for NANO to include two unique waveshaping outputs, sitting somewhere spectrally between triangle, saw, and square waves, and both can be affected by PWM. Additionally, there are two sub outputs at one and two octaves below the base frequency, adding further body to any of the other sounds found in ONA. While the wide range of waveforms make for excellent audio material, ONA also works great as an LFO. Applying modulation to ONA while combining several outputs into a mixer can create complex shapes and movement for any patch. In a world full of countless analog oscillators, NANO's ONA stands out as a fully featured VCO equally adept for use in audio or modulation purposes, with compelling analog sound to back up its many features.

ONA Features

  • Fully analog, triangle-core oscillator
  • 8 octave frequency range with offset switch for VCO or LFO operation
  • FM switch for linear or exponential frequency modulation
  • Sync input
  • Pulse width knob behaves as attenuator when external PWM input is patched
  • Traditional analog waveforms of sine, triangle, sawtooth, and square
  • Two complex waveforms with PWM capability
  • Two sub outputs one and two octaves down, both square wave with fixed 50% duty cycle
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 8hp
  • Depth: 15mm
  • Current draw: 50mA @ +12V, 30mA @ -12V
SignalRelated ArticlesGoing Modular: Should You Buy a Modular Synthesizer?Cautionary Tales, Why, Why Not, and How
NANO Modules ONA Analog Oscillator Reviews