Sinc Iter is a four-HP voltage-controlled oscillator with a 23-octave range. It has three waveform modes: noise, plain, and super, each of which allow continual morphing between waveforms. Front-panel unipolar and bipolar outputs allow for easy use as a control source. Phase modulation and Sync modulation are both supported to provide maximal tonal variety. Sinc Iter also has a built-in quantizer with chromatic and quarter-tone modes.
- Sinc - treasure - from Old english sinc with suffix -ic "pertaining to" "pertaining to treasure"
- Iter - repeat - from Latin itero "repeat"
- "Repeated Treasure"
80 mA +12V
10 mA -12V
90 mA 5V
27 mm deep