NOISE ENGINEERING LOQUELIC ITERITAS
Loquelic Iteritas is one of the most distinct inventions from Noise Engineering. At its core, Loqelic Iteritas is an unconventional take on the west-coast-inspired complex oscillator design. It features two digital oscillators that can intermodulate each other in a variety of ways, determined by the three selectable synthesis modes: VO, SS, and PM. VO is loosely based on the VOSIM synthesis algorithm, originally described in the book Microsound by Curtis Roads. SS algorithm is based around the concept of summation synthesis developed by James Moorer. Lastly, PM is a two-oscillator version of phase modulation synthesis. All the parameter on Loqelic Iteritas are voltage-controllable allowing for a great level of patching options. In each mode, the controls respond differently, which translates to a very wide range of sonic variety.
LOQUELIC ITERITAS FEATURES
- Three different synthesis algorithms packed in 10 HP
- Adapted VOSIM, summation synthesi, and phase modulation algorithms
- Continuos control of timbre
- All parameter are CV-controllable
- Built-in wavefolder