Even though the Modbox is only 6 HP wide, it offers several thought-trough modulators. The first LFO can generate sine, triangle or sawtooth waves. Its rate can be influenced via a potentiometer and a CV input. A LED visualizes the circuit’s speed. The three outputs are set to phases of 0 degrees, 120 degrees and 240 degrees. LFO 2 possesses a knob, CV socket and LED to control its rate as well. However, there is just one output and no button to select different waveforms. Instead, it features a Skew potentiometer and control voltage input, which can be used to morph between sawtooth, triangle and ramp waveforms. A clock socket allows synchronization of one or both LFOs. Which of the modulators is affected can be set by pressing and holding the wave shape button.The sample-and-hold circuit comes with trigger and sample inputs. Without any cables plugged in, LFO 2 and the white noise generator are employed as sources for triggers and sample material.
LFO 1: Rate CV input, three outputs with differing phase ( 0 degrees, 120 degrees, 240 degrees)
LFO 2: Rate CV input, Skew CV input, output
For both LFOs: Sync input
Sample-and-Hold: Trigger and sample inputs, output
Noise generator: Output
3U Eurorack module, 6 HP wide, 40 mm deeep
Power consumption: 75 mA at +12 V and 27 mA at -12 V