How Complex Is Oscillator Sync?

US One of the least understood synth features investigated      10/04/24

Oscillator Sync - sounds pretty simple doesn't it? One main oscillator has another oscillator synced to the start time of the first. Using examples of the Curtis 3340 Chip and a Doepfer A-111-4, youtube channel Sound + Voltage gives us a detailed lowdown on how sync ACTUALLY works. In the video he references a GARGANTUA 63 PART series exploring the world of subtractive synthesis, from Sound on Sound, which you may well see in another news item if this doesn't get many views! 

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