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Mutable Instruments Warps

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Evolved from the oscillator mixing section of Mutable Instruments’ desktop hybrid synths, Warps is designed to blend and combine two audio signals.

A variety of wave-shaping and cross-modulation methods – some of them emulating classic analog circuits, some of them purely digital – are provided by the module.

With Warps, the cross-modulated sound can be sculpted with control voltages along 4 dimensions: by controlling the amplitude and distorting the input signals, by smoothly scanning through the collection of modulation algorithms, and by adjusting a timbre parameter controlling the brightness/harshness of the modulated signal.

Since many classic cross-modulation effects work best when the carrier is a simple waveform – for example, a sine wave for ring-modulation or a buzzing waveform for vocoding – Warps includes a digital oscillator offering a handful of classic waveforms. This internal oscillator, which tracks V/Oct and supports through-zero FM, will replace the carrier audio input – freeing up one oscillator in your system for other duties!

7 signal hybridization algorithms

Crossfade. Cross-folding. Digital model of an analog diode ring-modulator. Digital ring-modulation. Bitwise XOR modulation. Octaver/comparator. 20 band-vocoder. Everything under CV control

CV control of modulation algorithm selection, with crossfading between adjacent algorithms. CV control of each input’s amplitude, with emulated analog saturation. V/O CV control of the internal oscillator (when enabled). For each algorithm, CV control of timbre richness/brightness/distortion.

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