VCNO is a noise oscillator, capable of producing full spectrum white noise. But that’s where its similarity to other noise generators stops. VCNO can be used like a VCO – you can modulate the pitch over CV and use its multiple outputs simultaneously, each with a distinct sonic character. Its method of generating noise is similar to that used in early computer sound chips, except it has been implemented here using discrete logic, without the use of software or microcontrollers.
Jupiter Storm is a cosmic noise oscillator. It creates sounds that can only be described as out of this world!
While it can be used just like any other VCO in your system, it has a tonal character and feature-set very much of its own.
Expanding the module with a Galilean Moons makes for a powerful experimental sound synthesizer.
vcNOIZ [LIMITED RUN, DISCONTINUED]
vcNOIZ is a voltage controlled LFSR noise oscillator. It can create everything from white noise to sub-sonic random gates and triggers.
The additional divided outputs have a tonal characteristic completely different than a standard LFSR noise source.