Sinc Iter is a space-saving digital oscillator from Noise Engineering. It features a 23 octave range, multiple synthesis modes, a built-in quantizer for the 1v/oct input, a Sync input, Phase CV input, and a Spectrum (Morph-Fold) CV input.
Push the continuous multi-turn encoder to switch between Fine and Coarse Pitch tuning ranges. Due to its wide range it can also be employed as an LFO, with many interesting wave shapes. Bipolar and Unipolar outputs are available, to facilitate its use as an LFO.
- PLAIN: a continuously-adjustable waveform which transitions through standard waveforms, all the way to wave-folded Sine wave shapes.
- SUPER: This mode adds a phaser effect to the waves for creating huge, semi-ensemble tones.
- NOISE: This mode offers a variable noise source, ranging from beefy & dark to folded & harsh. It will track 1/oct for pitched noise effects, and produces interesting shapes when used in LFO range.
Power: A jumper selects using +5V from the power supply, or generating +5V on-board from the +12V rail.
With external 5v selected: 80mA @ +12v / 5mA @ -12v / 90mA @ +5v
With internal 5v selected : 150mA @ +12v / 5mA @ -12v / 0mA @ +5v