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Canyon by After Later Audio generates subharmonic (lower) harmonics. Bass how low can you go?
Canyon can be operated independently, or as part of the COCO system (see below). It consists of two sections controlled by different clock sources. The first section generates odd subharmonics by clock division by 1,3,5 and 7, while the second section generates even subharmonics by division by 2,4,6 and 8. The two sections end up in a CV controllable crossfader. The outputs can either be used in the audio range, as CV sources or patched back into the oscillator. If you split the clock for both sides independently, you can also create freaky cross-modulation effects.
The COCO system is intended to provide the deep sound-shaping benefits of a complex oscillator, while compensating for certain drawbacks such as lack of flexibility. Within the COCO series, oscillator functions and control module can be selected and combined to create a complex oscillator, but remain usable standalone if needed.
Note: The tracking switch is labeled upside down on the Canyon, so it tracks OSC2 and OSC3 in the up position.
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