Modular Diary

I cleaned up my Stretch Oscillator tryout patch, and collected it all as a module.

@biminiroad put together a patch using it, as demonstrated in a little video he posted on Instagram and Twitter.

@stschoen suggested a sawtooth version so I replaced the sine output with a saw. With just a little bit of a tuning curve I find it quite effective at generating a rich ‘analogue’ sound with a minimum of fuss.

I also put together a micro version. Since having a visual representation of the curves is quite useful, especially when getting to know the module, I’ve kept the meters on the inside of the module. Open it up for a quick reference peek.

Modular Diary: I cleaned up my Stretch Oscillator tryout patch, and collected it all as a module. @Audulus put together a patch using it, as demonstrated in a video posted on Instagram and Twitter. @stschoen suggested a sawtooth vers… https://rudigermeyer.com/notes/2018-03-12-12-16-56

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