1955 Transcendent Waveform Analog Oscillator
Sofia is an unusual analog oscillator based on an original waveforming principle. The sound is a mixture of a warm saturated base tone and two modulating ripple elements. A wide array of control inputs coupled with separate outputs for numerous components of the sound shaping chain allows for extensive self-patching and complex animation of the final waveform. The resulting range of possible sounds is surprisingly vast. including but not limited to: vowel-like. tearing hard-sync effect. woody pings. warm and fuzzy sine-like evolving tones with a touch of bright sparkle on top. Sofia pairs very well with filters. but it also shines with just a VCA.