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Outside, the AFG presents the user with extensive panel controls for maximum flexibility and usability… inside, the pure analogue circuitry adheres to a strict design philosophy rooted in mid-1970s technology and construction techniques.
• 8 simultaneous waveform outputs
• A total of 27 distinct waveforms are possible
• Sub-octave with switchable square or sawtooth waveforms
• Unique Animated Pulse & Alien Saw waveforms
• Programmable ‘Natural’ or ‘Laboratory’ sine wave modes
• Alternate waveform set is activated on all outputs simultaneously with Matter/Anti-Matter switch
• Select between 2 different Anti-Matter waveform sets via pcb jumper
• 9 CV inputs, each with dedicated attenuators, with the exception of the two 1v/oct inputs
• 2 FM inputs, both switchable between linear & exponential
• Dedicated sync in/out
The Harmonic Animation section of the AFG controls the harmonic content of the Animated Pulses & Alien Saws waveforms.
The Animated Pulses waveform is synthesized by four control parameters, each having a manual adjustment knob and CV input with dedicated attenuator:
• Positive Pulse Width Modulation (+PWM) – controls the width of the two pulses on the top (or positive) side of the waveform
• Negative Pulse Width Modulation (-PWM) – controls the width of the two pulses on the bottom (or negative) side of the waveform
• Positive Phase Position Modulation (+PPM) – controls the relative phase position of the two positive pulses (in relation to each other)
• Negative Phase Position Modulation (-PPM) – controls the relative phase position of the two negative pulses (in relation to each other)
The Alien Saws output is a bizarre, multi-toothed saw waveform that is derived from the Animated Pulses waveform. It’s harmonic content is also synthesized by the four control parameters of the Harmonic Animation section, but in different and more enigmatic ways.