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Pittsburgh Modular Oscillator v2

Oscillator v2

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Pittsburgh Modular Oscillator v2
199.00 street price

Oscillator v2 is a compact analog voltage controlled oscillator (VCO). It is built on the same principle as its big brother was.

The module is controlled by a 1-volt signal per octave and can play notes within a 5-octave range. A coarse and fine tuning is provided.

For each waveform (triangular, sawtooth, pulse) an individual output is provided.

The "CV IN" input is equipped with an attenuator and can serve as a source of PW or FM.

Country of origin / production: USA

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Usage area
Modular System 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
Sound Module 
Modular Format Eurorack
Type of Sound Module
Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) 
Analogue (A) 
Tone Generator / Sound Synthesis
Oscillator Type VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator)
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Square
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Triangle
Waveform/ Spectral form (main generator) Saw
Audio out
Analogue: 1/8" (3.5mm)3
Width (Eurorack)6 HP
Case/ body
Production start2012
Production ended

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