The Lumanoise v2 from Leploop Synthesizers contains one square oscillator, one 12bit sawtooth oscillator, and two trautonium-like sub oscillators. It was inspired by the Oskar Sala Trautonium instrument - the predecessor to the synthesizer- invented in the 1930's. The TMaster trautonium oscillator and it's two suboscillators are controlled by a Light Dependent Resistor. The other oscillators pitches are also controlled by Light Dependent Resistors with their volumes variable with a knob. The oscillators are then fed into a -12dB resonant low pass filter, which is controlled by another Light Dependent Resisitor. Works great with a flash light!
- Square, Saw, and Trautonium-style Oscillators
- Light Dependent Resistor Control
- Switches from High to Low frequency for each Oscillator
- -12dB resonant low pass filter
- Volume controls of each oscillator
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- Size: 4.5"x3"x2"
- Power: 9V to 12V DC, center positive