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The fourMulator is a quad digital, voltage controllable LFO with Tap-Tempo and LFO synchronisation to an external clock. Synchronisation to an adjacent LFO is possible as well and gives you the possibility to shift the LFO´s phase.
The fourMulator contains four (digital) LFOs with following waveforms: rising and falling sawtooth, square, triangle, sine and random (SandH) and it works beyond this as a clock generator with tap-tempo function.
Each LFO can be free-running, synchronized to the master clock or synchronized to the preceding LFO. When synched to the clock the LFO can oscillate in a fraction or multiplicator of the clock. When synched to the preceding LFO you can shift it´s phase (and the start of the wave form) continuously up to 180°.
Each LFO (called "modulator" in fourmulator language) has a reset input and CV input that always affects the function of the Speed/Phase control, either frequency, clock divisor, clock multiplier or phase. Each modulator hase a wave form output and a trigger output that fires a trigger at each start of a waveform. Furthermode you´ll find a master reset input affecting all modulators that don´t use the individual reset input.
The Trigger Sequence output carries the sum of all synchronised trigger impulses. By shifting the modulators´ phases you can generate rhythmical structures.
fourMulator auf der Vermonas Website;http://vermona.com/index.php/po_modular.html; Bedienungsanleitung (pdf);http://vermona.com/index.php/po_modular.html?file=tl_files/vermona/downloads/fourMulator/fourMulator_manual_de_web.pdf
The current Vermona Elektroakustische Manufaktur derives directly from the nationally owned company Vermona in the former GDR, which was specialized in electronic music instruments and accessories for decades in the same location, in Erlbach (Saxony).