STG Soundlabs - .SLC Wave Slicer
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- Order number: 220050
- Depth: 30
The recipe is simple: take a switch and use it to toggle between two waveforms. Do this at high speed and new waveshapes will appear; that is exactly how .SLC Wave Slicer works.
The result is a multitude of possible combinations and more complex waveforms that go further in terms of harmonic content, controllability and timbre than what can be achieved by simply mixing them together.
Inputs a and B are used to apply the waveforms. The upper input ("window") acts as a switch between the two waveforms and opens up creative possibilities after applying a voltage source (sawtooth recommended). The Slice point control influences the "slice behavior". By applying a modulation source to its input it can i.e. sync the slice point to a desired song tempo.
Next, there is the Slice Output, which makes the processed signal available to the outside world, and the A/B Out, which provides a cycle of Waveforms A and B each.The creative use of offsets and wavefolders increases the fun factor and the joy of experimentation to the square and enables e.g. the well-known "Triangle-To-Potato-Chip" waveform.
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Suit and Tie Guy (or STG for short) has been building 5U and eurorack modules for quite a while from the Middle-West of the US.