This MKII evolution brings a redesigned layout, additional knobs for more hands-on fun and semi-modular cross-patching between sections. All of the original features are present: a top selection of synthesis techniques, each with their key parameter directly at hand, enriched by a full set of complementary features. More than ever the Twin Waves is versatility at its best.
Version 1 vs. MKII
What is kept and what is new?
Same width (8hp)
All TW v1 capabilities and features retained
Three dedicated modulation gain pots
Semi-modular cross-section patching
Whereas the original Twin Waves required +/-5V signals to benefit from full scale modulation, the new version requires less and has gain knobs for all 3 modulation inputs. These gain knobs are even more beneficial given that a normalling of the outputs to the other section's modulation input(s) allows creative results without requiring extra patching. This offers an easy and creative access to "complex oscillator" fun and cross modulation craziness..
Using the outputs does not break their normalling; this avoids using a "multiple" when the output signal should go both inside and outside the module.
The dedicated Square1 output of the first oscillator is normalled to the global sync/clock input. This allows synchronizing the second oscillator both for audio and LFO/random purposes.