The Noise Engineering Loquelic Iteritas is a digital VCO with interpretations of three classic synthesis algorithms involving dual pitch control. It creates a huge variety of sounds parameterized by four tone and two pitch controls.
The easiest way to get to know Loquelic Iteritas is to turn the knobs and listen. Connect the output to your mixer and start twiddling.
Loquelic Iteritas is about continuous tone control. Hook any LFO up to any of the four tone control inputs (Morph, Fold, Modulate, Damp).
Other interesting effects can be created by controlling the pitches independently (by default the 1v/8va inputs are normaled to each other). For instance, using a Tonnetz Sequent to produce musical intervals produces interesting results.
- Pitch A - The pitch of oscillator A can be controlled by the 1v/8va input and offset by its coarse and fine knobs. Te pitch inputs are cross normaled.
- Pitch B - The pitch of oscillator B can be controlled by the 1v/8va input and offset by its coarse and fine knobs. The pitch inputs are cross normaled.
- Damp - Tone control. Consult the following pages detailing each mode to find the behavior of this knob in the specific mode.
- Mod - Tone control. In all modes it controls phase modulation between the two pitch oscillators.
- Fold - Tone control. In all modes it controls the threshold of the wavefolding.
- Morph - Tone control. In all modes it controls the waveform of the oscillator continually varying between sin, triangle and saw.
- Algorithm- Selects which algorithm is used. These are detailed on the following pages.
- Master - Controls the sync of the oscillators. When in the middle position both oscillators are free running. When A is selected oscillator B will sync to oscillator A. when B is selected A will sync to B.
- Out - Out is the AC coupled audio output.