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Lumanoise V4 is a compact drone synthesizer based on four Trautonium-style sub oscillators plus filter. Photocells are used for controlling the instrument.
Lumanoise V4 is a drone synthesizer inspired by the Oskar Sala Trautonium synth oscillator section. It features one master oscillator and four sub-oscillators.
Each sub-oscillator provides an individual volume potentiometer as well as a frequency knob to adjust the division factor.
The T. Master photoresistance allows to control the pitch of the master oscillator. Addtionally there is a switch which allows to select the pitch range (High, Med, Low). Furthermore a mini jack input allows to connect an external LDR, a potentiometer or a variable resistance to control the pitch.
The oscillators are fed into a resonant low pass filter with a slope of -12dB. The filter cutoff is controlled by the dedicated knob or using the LDR CUT photoresistance, depending on the position of the LDR/POT switch. The RES potentiometer adjusts the resonance of the filter.
Finally, the XXX controller enables transposition.
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