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The Harvestman Hertz Donut mk 2

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Dual digital oscillator with dynamic-depth thru-zero frequency modulation.
The original small-format digital oscillator returns. Hertz Donut Mark II is the A new 16-bit digital audio system delivers high-frequency performance, and the user interface provides direct access to all operational modes with the fewest possible button presses.
Hertz Donut features two independently functioning digital oscillators with wide frequency ranges. An internal bus enables full-bandwidth, high-index modulation of oscillator frequency, wavefolder drive, tracking phase, and amplitude, with the modulation signal appropriately conditioned for each destination. Nearly all voltage control nodes feature "attenuverters" for bipolar modulation of the main parameters by an external voltage. Internal and external frequency modulation is thru-zero.
The wavefolder has three modes depicted by the color of LED on the selector button. The "orange" mode is the XOR-based "fractal" waveshaper known from the original Hertz Donut, improved. The "red" and "green" modes are traditional dynamic-drive nonlinear lookup tables, selected for their wide range of available tones. The oscillator outputs sine, triangle, and sawtooth waves, each offering distinct behavior when routed through each of the wavefolders.
The tracking controller "closes the loop" by instructing the modulating oscillator to follow the frequency of the primary. Two modes accomplish this quickly, with optional offset from the base frequency. Phase modulation of the waveform is possible, whether manual, under voltage control, or through the internal audio-rate modulation bus. A third tracking mode introduces delay and wandering behavior to the tracking, with the time constant under user control. Circular modulation in these modes is the key to the most bizarre, unrepeatable sounds this module is capable of generating.
The center audio output is the exclusive disjunction of the others.
Frequency range: 11 Hz - 11 kHz
LFO frequency range: LOW- 20 Hz
Digital audio system: 16 bits / 48 kHz
Selectable waveform on each oscillator output (wavefolding available on primary oscillator)
Dedicated square wave output (PWM on primary oscillator)
0-5V control voltage inputs (with attenuverters)

HVM-Hertz Donut mk II

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2012-01-28 av
If you think this Little fellow sounds like a typical virtual analogue synth oscillator, you totaly got the wrong idea. This one is very far away from the polished silkyness of VA-osc's. It has tons of attitude, even when it comes to just the simple waveforms. And then again, being a (or two) VA-oscillator(s) isn't it's main purpose, even thou it's possible to use it that way. It's main area and strength is deffenitly in the modulation domains. Especialy the internal Through zero FM. The waveshaping capabilities are somewhat limeted, But still useful. I realy like when modulated in audiorate. In the higher frequensies aliasing and other digital arifacts start to occur giving the HD a bit of a gritty character. This is intetional to give it some dirtyness. And many see that as an interesting and useful feature. It is a very dynamic and verstile VCO and you will probably continue to get new tricks out of it for a long time, given that you feel comfortable with it's dirty side as well. I would say this is lika Buchlas angrier and dirtier little cousin. Because the character of the sound has some buchaish DNA for shure.



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