Noise Engineering Cursus Iteritas
Dynamically generated wavetable oscillator using orthogonal functions
Cursus Iteritas is a 10HP oscillator that works from a dynamically generated wavetable. It gives the user spectral-like controls over three different modes based on different conceptualizations of frequency: Fourier, which uses sine waves; Daubechies, using wavelets, and Walsh mode, using the Walsh transform. Cursus Iteritas parametrizes a wide variety of sounds based off of orthogonal functions, and has a musical tone structure that produces an extremely wide variety of harmonic sounds.
Size and power:
- 10 HP
- +12v: 150ma/80ma (if +5v on)
- -12v: 5ma
- +5v: 0ma/90ma (if +5v on)
Cursus - series, from Latin cursus "series"
Iteritas - repetitiousness - from Latin itero "repeat" with suffix -tas "state of being"
"a series of of repetitiousness"