a self-looping device that generates low frequency control signals based on what
To use this module simply draw your own LFO patterns in real-time by dragging the
Draw fader. Draw LFO is ideal for creating your own wave-shapes to modulate any parameter
on another module (cutoff, resonance, amplitude and so on).
Draw: Drag this control to draw your waveform.
Hold: This control helps tune the time it takes from the moment the blue dot has
stopped moving and the time the module stops recording the movement. (Flexor Manual)
DspLoad 11.60/8.30/8.40 monophonic
As above, but you can "draw the two-dimensional Lfo patterns in realtime by dragging
the point on the XY surface." (Flexor Manual)
DspLoad 18.30/15.10/15.10 monophonic
Simple but dsp-wise “cheap” LFO with “Wheel” (=amplitude) control. Retrig input.
a low frequency oscillator that offers a selection of 128 different complex waveforms.
It can be tuned by HZ or BPM and has a retriggering function.
It can be used for doing pattern based modulation of various parameters such as a
filter's cutoff & resonance, an oscillator's frequency, the amplitude of an envelope
and so on. (Flexor Manual) Waveforms overview here
DspLoad 18.70/15.50/15.40 Poly;8
generates an accurate Ramp (saw-up) signal which is similar to the FleXor Aliasaw.
Its output is typically connected to the Ramp input of a FleXor Sequencer, Switch,
or granular device to dictate playing that module's steps in sequential order. Use
Gate signals from an MVC to re-trigger Ramp Mk2, and use the Phase knob to set the
point the ramp signal is re-triggered from. The frequency of the generated ramp signal
can be specified in Hz or in BPM. Note: Ramp MK2 can also be used as an LFO when
combined with FleXor’s NBL Shapers. (Flexor Manual) DspLoad 16.40/13.20/13.10 Poly;8