Noise Engineering Pons Asinorum
Four-channel voltage-controlled envelope generator and LFO
Pons Asinorum is a compact four-channel multimode envelope generator and LFO with voltage control, three different envelope shapes, CV over cycle length, and a unique single encoder control scheme that makes mid-performance adjustments on single or multiple channels easy. Channels can be set separately to envelope or to LFO mode, giving Pons Asinorum maximal flexibility in a minimal footprint.
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Pons — from latin: “Bridge”
Asinorum — from latin: “Donkey” with suffix -orum forming an adjective.
“Bridge of Asses”
Also used as a name for proposition 5 from Book 1 of Euclid’s Elements.