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The wave generator from RSF Kobol start from a triangle and by continuous morphing go through a Saw, a Square and a Pulse. The triangle amplitude is lower than others waves.

The principle is the same as a CV panner where 2 Otas are driven in opposite phase. The remaining circuit is here to control level, offset... to get something usable.

You could look into the download section under modules a video to give you an idea of the result.

You have 2 trimmers to adjust.  Put a Saw in to about 500Hz no matter the frequency, put the potentiometer fully CCW and adjust RV101  to get a good triangle then push the pot fully CW and adjust RV104 to get the smallest pulse and that's all.

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Creation date : 19/07/2014 - 18:23
Last update : 20/07/2014 - 12:35
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