Studio Electronics ModStar Oscillations

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The Studio Electronics Modstar Oscillation module is a multi-wave analogue oscillator in eurorack format.

The Studio Electronics Modstar Oscillation module is a multi-wave analogue oscillator in eurorack format.

Drawing inspiration from vintage Moog, Oberheim and ARP circuitry and build standards, the Boomstar Oscillation module provides deep synthesis potential in a small package.

With four total on board mixable waveforms, extensive FM, sync capabilities, PWM, Sub oscillator and the ability to run in LFO mode. Oscillation in a workhorse module ideal for immersive sound creation, modulation duties, fat basses and soaring leads.

One of the most unique features of the Oscillation module is the ability mix the sum total of all the onboard waves into a single output. You can freely switch in or out any of the four waveforms, allowing creation of new and unheard sounds and textures.

Oscillation works well in both monophonic and polyphonic setups, with extensive FM capabilities and sync input for creating rich FM tones or screaming sync tones.

The main features of the Studio Electronics Modstar Oscillation Module include

Multi-wave analogue oscillator

Mix, switch and route each wave independently or send to main mix

Deep FM, SYNC and modulation capabilities

PWM with dedicated mod input

16HP wide

Requires 44mA @ +12V or 39mA @ -12V

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ManufacturerStudio Electronics
Short Description

The Studio Electronics Modstar Oscillation module is a multi-wave analogue oscillator in eurorack format.

Power Supply110V - 240V (Internal)
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