| br>So - I don't have a ton of experience with PWM. I know what it's "supposed" to do in the abstract (though less how the various implementations matter) and I know I quite like it on my Evolvers, Mother 32, and MS-20. I have a couple oscillators that do it well in Euro.
And I have a Vermona Mono Lancet that doesn't do it natively.
I bought the Eurorack breakout for three reasons: 1.) I could get it for $100 and that seemed decent when I had a huge case. 2.) I read people on the internet say it was Good (and really, is there a better reason for anything?) and 3.) I wanted to get PWM for one of my favorite synths.
I've been messing around with the PWM functionality recently and it's interesting - it's not quite like what I expected, I can very easily get square waves to take on the qualities of the wave I'm PWMing with.
Is that typical? )And I'm usually just using much less interesting modulation?) Or does it have a kind of weird pulse width modulation implementation?
It occurred to me that this might be kind of similar to a rudimentary pulse code modulation, where if I swept the pulse width enough I could basically hack an analog sampler, but I'm not sure if that's actually what's happening?
Can anyone shed some light? I'm being super lazy but I can post some demos if the thing I'm talking about isn't obvious. br> br>