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The WMD Synchrodyne is a cleverly-designed module comprised of several compartmentalized pieces that are especially useful to subtractive synthesis patches. But it doesn’t stop there, the Synchrodyne can also be used as a highly experimental sound source and filter that consequently pushes the limits of modular synthesis. The Synchrodyne utilizes a switched capacitor filter sans any microcontrollers, and instead driven by an analog sawtooth-core VCO with extensive frequency control.
There’s also an onboard frequency multiplier that takes the VCO all the way up to audio rate while maintaining its ability to control the filter, giving the module the ability to act as an audio and control source at the same time.
Additionally, the module’s dual filter outputs, one -12dB and the other -24dB, feature single stage rectifiers for a more destructive sound. The front end of the filter also features a dedicated VCA and wavefolder for an even more expansive sonic palette.