Here’s Brenso’s second waveshaper, and there’s a lot under the hood! First, a comparator generates a pulse wave, either from the triangle core or from the result of the first waveshaper. In this way, you can have different phase relationships, and you can also obtain a pulse-width modulation by working on the source material, rather than the comparator threshold. Then, a waveshaper gradually emphasizes the low or high end, until it inverts the phase. Finally, this peculiar pulse wave is fed into the wavefolder, and the sound palette becomes even wider!
- Patch BRENSO’s Final output to your favorite output section.
- Set the Source knob fully clockwise.
(This will route to the wavefolder just the signal coming from the pulse shaper.)
- Set the wavefolder knob roughly at 8 o’clock, right until you begin to hear a sound.
- Rotate the Pulse Shaper knob.
(You will hear a distinct change in the harmonic content, and the tone will become brighter as you reach the 1 o’clock position, and more mellow towards the edges.)
- Set the Wavefolder knob to any higher setting and repeat point 4.
(The differences between shapes will become more and more distinct.)
- Set the Symmety knob to a different value and hear how it affects the sound.
- Alternatively, you can hear the sound of the Pulse Shaper by patching the yellow Square output to your output section and turning the switch on the right.
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