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What is this? A voltage controlled noisillator with filter, XOR ring modulator, input for external signals and lots of modulation possibilities.
Entropic Doom generates 1/f noise, which is then sent through a feedback loop that allows the noise to be "tuned" to varying degrees depending on the settings of the frequency and resonance controls or the input frequency or resonance CVs. The circuit can also be FM-modulated for some thundering, sweeping sounds. There are bright and dark outputs which are switched before and after the filter. The bright output always has some noise in the signal, while the dark output can only be tuned if the 4-pole resonance is selected. There is also an external sync input, which resets the resonant waveform, and an audio input, so that an external signal can be mixed into the resonance loop. Combinations of external waveforms to these two inputs can produce massive drones or sweeping sync sounds. There is also an XOR ring modulator, which can also be used as a standalone module. Finally, there is an XOR amplifier, which is another independent circuit that can be used to add noise and distortion to any audio signal.
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Allan "J" Hall started tinkering with electronics already at the age of 12 and after servicing classic analog synths for a while, he founded his own brand in Bournemouth, located in the south coast of England. His first run of Minimoog-clone modules were largely well received and Allan continues now expanding his catalogue with well thought-out original designs.