Paul Schreiber has created a Eurorack-compatible module containing 4 independent digital voltage-controlled oscillators, which takes the form of the E370 Quad Morphing VCO.
With still 27 days remaining on the Kickstarter campaign the project seems destined to make the jump to manufacture thanks to over 118 backers who have already pledged over $100,000.
Watch the video below to learn more about the E370 Quad Morphing VCO and its features.
Schreiber explains more :
The E370 Quad Morphing VCO is a DSP-based, quad oscillator Eurorack module from Synthesis Technology. Using improved algorithms from the E350 Morphing Terrarium, the E340 Cloud Generator and the new E330 Multi-Mode VCO, the E370 is the most technically advanced Euro oscillator available. The four VCOs can be individually controlled, used in a set of two pairs, or ganged in “Unison”. A full-color TFT display is used in a ‘shallow depth’ menu system and can show each VCO’s output in real-time (oscilloscope mode). A micro-SD card slot allows users to load in their own custom wavetables and to save & load presets into the E370.
The E370 is 54HP wide and has a depth behind the panel of 48mm (1.89in). It uses a 16-pin shrouded header (standard Euro power, the cable is included) and the target power consumption is +12V @155ma and -12V @40ma. The final power will be available once the project is funded and the module is running the code and the TFT backlight current is determined. About 35% of the current off +12V is determined by the setting of TFT brightness.
For more information on the new E370 Quad Morphing VCO jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.