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Field Effect Transistors drive a swirling analog phaser circuit with undertones of a futuristic civilization run by the noise rocking elite. 

A modular design allows the upgrade from 4 to 6 or 8 stages with additional PCB cartridges inspired by vintage gaming machines. 

Designed for experimentation and performance, Lightning Wave effects provide an interface like no other.

Traditionally a musician would input a combination of dial settings to get a desired modulation waveform.

The Lightning Wave interface enables users to define a waveform by drawing the shape with the fader. Once recorded the LFO shape will stay stored in one of five preset banks.

This allows for extensive experimentation, while still being user-friendly on stage. 

While being a solution for guitarist and bassists, there is a range of included functionality that lends itself to synthesizer control. More information here.

A top-mounted "Function" jack can be utilised in a number of ways:

C.V. out/in, 
Sync out/in, 

And also to power and send C.V. simultaneously to the LFO Display. 

Preset storage:
5 memory banks - Represented by dial LED colour - red, blue, green, yellow, magenta
Sequence mode = 255 steps maximum
Wave mode = 255 beats - recorded at 60bpm - 4m15s 

Control Voltage:
Output - 0-5V 
Input - 0-5V

Trigger / Tempo Sync:
Output - S-trig & V-trig
Input - V-trig

Tap Tempo & Sync Input Subdivision:
Whole, half, triplet or quarter notes

Digital/Analog Isolation:

9V DC Centre Negative (isolated)

Power Consumption:
Standard - 100mA
Powering LFO Display - 260mA

True / 3PDT


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