The Serge New Timbral Oscillator is made of precision components to eliminate fluctuations induced by temperature shifts and the power supply. The module comes equipped with five outputs, which emit the following waveforms:
- Saw tooth
The variable waveform can be shaped via a potentiometer and a CV input with bipolar attenuator. Some sound examples can be found here. All outputs deliver levels of more than +4 dBu to ensure maximum signal-to-noise ratio.
For playing the VCO, there are two 1v / octave inputs. One of them features a portamento function, which can be controlled manually and via CV signals. For manual pitch adjustments, there are coarse and fine tune potentiometers. The NTO can generate signals in the range of 16 Hz to 16 kHz. With the help of control voltages, a range of 0.1 Hz to 100 kHz is possible.
Thanks to a voltage-controlled amplifier, the NTO’s linear FM input can be used dynamically. The exponential FM channel features an attenuator-inverter combination. A sync input competes the module’s range of functions.
Five waveform outputs (Sine, triangle, saw tooth, pulse, variable)
Two 1 v / octave inputs
Linear FM input
Exponential FM input
Three CV inputs (Shape, linear FM, portamento)
3U Eurorack module, 18 HP wide, 40 mm in depth
Power consumption: 115 mA at +12 V, 80 mA at -12 V