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The Synthesis Technology E340 is a super-saw/sine oscillator capable of generating up to 8 waveforms per output. If you want massive bass and lead voices like the JP-8000 supersaw, or thick ambient drones as if played from a slow rotary speaker, the E340 is the perfect audio source for your synth patches.
Detune the swarm of oscillators using SPREAD or with randomly filtered noise using CHAOS and CHAOS BW (bandwidth). Reset the phase of all waveforms using the SYNC trigger input, which can use another oscillator to produce a sync-lead sound.
This module supports VCV Rack’s polyphonic cables, so with 16 voices, you can generate a total of 128 waveforms per output.
The Synthesis Technology E350 is a wavetable oscillator with 1D and 2D position modulation, including 3 banks of 64 waveforms. Wavetables are scanned using a glitch-free interpolation algorithm by Synthesis Technology, and the module can operate as an audio-rate VCO or CV-rate LFO.
The BANK switch selects which bank of 64 wavetables to load:
The RANGE switch selects 3 ranges of the COARSE frequency knob:
The MORPH X and MORPH Y parameters select the wavetable for the XY OUT port, using the bank’s 64 waveforms arranged on an imaginary 8x8 grid.
The MORPH Z parameter selects the wavetable for the Z OUT port, using the bank’s 64 waveforms arranged in a sequential row.
The waveform’s phase can be reset using the SYNC trigger input, which can use another oscillator to produce a sync-lead sound.
Right-click the panel to enable “Phase shift mode”. In this mode, XY OUT plays the Z OUT signal except with an added phase shift (controlled by MORPH X) and attenuation (controlled by MORPH Y). This is useful for adjusting the timing and level of the output signal when used as an LFO source.
The Synthesis Technology E355 is a dual wavetable LFO that generates two related waveforms.
The LFO1 RATE knob sets the frequency of the first LFO, at the LFO1 OUT port. The MORPH knob sets the wavetable position, modulated by the MORPH CV input and MORPH MOD attenuator. The BANK switch selects which of 3 wavetable banks to load.
The second LFO, at the LFO2 OUT port, uses the same frequency, wavetable position (MORPH), and phase as the first LFO, except for the function specified by the LFO2 mode switch. For each mode, the LFO2 FUNCTION knob overrides that particular parameter:
The SYNC trigger input resets the phases of both LFOs. The HOLD gate input pauses the phase of both LFOs.
To apply syncing and holding only to LFO1 instead of both LFOs, right-click the panel and set “Sync and hold” to “LFO1”.
The Synthesis Technology E440 models the SSM2040 lowpass filter architecture used in the Prophet 5 Rev 2, the Voyetra 8, and others.
The DRIVE knob applies pre-gain, allowing you to overdrive the filter circuit. There are separate outputs for each filter slope: 2 POLE (12 dB), 3 POLE (18 dB), and 4 POLE (24 dB). The 1V/OCT CV input controls the filter frequency using the 1 V/octave standard, as well as the FM 1 and FM 2 inputs when their attenuation knobs are at their maximum positions.
Right-click the panel and select “Bass boost” to enable an alternate circuit feedback path to boost bass response at high resonance levels. This makes the filter growl and rumble, especially at high resonance.