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Noise EngineeringVirt Iter Legio Stereo Oscillator

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6hp
$279.00

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Noise Engineering Virt Iter Legio

Noise Engineering's Virt Iter Legio is a stereo oscillator with phase modulation and vintage chorus compatible with all other Legio series firmware. Using the same oscillator sounds found on the Virt Vereor plugin and Noise Engineering's Arturia MicroFreak contribution, the Virt Iter has a simple interface that makes it easy to dial in exceptional sounds. Using the independent left and right stereo phase modulation inputs, you can easily create wide stereo sounds and by adding the chorus, you get a wavy, hazy, luscious sound source. Similar to the Versio series, Legio is designed to be an interchangeable series of 6hp modular with open source software available on libDaisy. Whether you're working in stereo already, want to, or are just looking for a flexible, upgradable module, the Virt Iter Legio will help get you to where you need to be.

Virt Iter Legio Features

  • Stereo oscillator
  • Independent left and right phase modulation inputs
  • Uses oscillator shapes found in MicroFreak and Virt Vereor plugin
  • Flavor and Tang Knobs for dialing in the perfect shape
  • Built-in vintage inspired chorus
  • Open source software available on libDaisy database
  • Compatible with all Legio firmware
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 6hp
  • Depth: TBD
  • Current draw: 140mA @ +12V, 22mA @ -12V
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