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Whilst designing the Equinox LFO, the main choice was to go either analogue or digital. The first impulse was to go straight for analogue, however during testing we found most analogue LFO designs suffer from serious bleed onto the power supply. Resolving this low frequency bleed would have required incredibly large filtering components, pushing up costs. After looking at a digital LFO, it very quickly became a no-brainer, bringing not only cleaner power lines, but also savings in almost every area. Code based modules remove the need for extensive hardware design cycles and software can be developed alongside the manufacturing process reducing costs further.
The Equinox LFO provides control over the Rate and Depth, and has three waveforms: sine, triangle and square. These can be patched into all modules which have a control voltage input, giving access to a huge range of synthesis techniques such as FM and PWM. The depth control sets the offset of the waveform, allowing it to oscillate around 0V or moving it right up into the positive voltage range. This positive CV can then be patched into modules such as Quantisers for creating arpeggios, or VCAs for AM techniques. A sync input is also provided, resetting the waveform so it can be synced with sequencers or other modulation sources.