Multimode Stereo Oscillator Module

US Noise Engineering release Sinc Legio stereo oscillator with wavemorphing, folding, and PM      01/03/24

Noise Engineering says that Sinc Legio is a new oscillator based on their beloved Sinc Iter module. A spokesperson told us, "Sinc Legio has a host of great features, including independent phase-modulation inputs for left and right channels, multiple algorithms for sonic joy, and a vintage-inspired chorus. Use Sinc Legio for bright sounds, FM plucks, and waveshaped and folded sounds. It's easy to use on its own or to integrate into a complex patch."

Here's more details direct from the company...

Sinc Legio is a simple oscillator with some tricks up its proverbial sleeve. If you need some basic waveforms, Sinc has you covered – and it makes it easy to spice up those waveforms with phase modulation, wavefolding, or hard sync. Sinc pairs well with other oscillators in your system, too: hard-sync and stereo PM inputs make complex sounds easy to patch. Combine broad-ranging timbral parameters with a vintage-inspired chorus, and you're well on your way to stereo sound-design heaven in just 6 HP.

Sinc's multiple algorithms give a world of timbral possibility at the flip of a switch. Phase modulation, plucky FM, and bright and heavy modulation await. Did we put a wavefolder on it? Of course we did. Shape and fold to your heart's content in Fold mode.

Not only is Sinc an incredible oscillator on its own, it's also part of the Legio platform. Use the included USB cable to connect to the Customer Portal and swap the firmware to any other Legio firmware, completely free, at any time. Let that sinc in!

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