The FOLDS parameter sets the folding intensity with a potentiometer and/or a CV.
The thru-zero SYMMETRY parameter shifts the symmetry of the signal towards or -. This means that the positive and negative portion of the signal are folded in a different way. This parameter can be controlled manually and/or a CV.
A switch determines if the input signal passes two, four or six wave folder stages. This has a strong effect on the sound as it gets sharper and more metallic with each stage.
The uFold will not only fold audio signals but also control voltages i.e. you can fold LFOs or envelopes... yes, imagine a folded envelope :)
hint: Wave multipliers like to be fed with low harmonic waves like sines and triangles. Sawtooths might work with some settings but forget square waves. The less angular the signal is, the better.
One signal input and output. CV inputs for folds and symmetry.
3U Eurorack module, 6HP wide, 29mm deep
power consumption: 28mA @ +12V and 27mA @ -12V