LeafAudio - EXP-1

Product information "LeafAudio - EXP-1"
EXP-1 (v1.3) is an expander module for our analogue Eurorack oscillator VCO-1. It adds an LFO (bi-polar LED) with two waveforms (square, triangle) and various modulation targets, sync, lin. FM, wave morphing, an additional triangle output etc. Together with VCO-1 it is a complex oscillator with lots of internal or external modulation possibilities. Check out the module on Modular Grid. https://www.modulargrid.net/e/leafaudio-exp-1

Check buttons below for a build video about VCO-1 and EXP-1 by Synth DIY guy. Very nice to watch before you build it, specially for beginners. And make sure to check the Soundcloud audio demos - they're good!

• LFO Freq. ca. 0,01Hz - 200Hz
• LFO Amt. (target via selector)
• Lin FM (int. LFO / ext. signal)
• Morph (int. offset / ext. CV)
• LFO Shape (Saw / Square)
• LFO Target (Morph / PW)
• Morph Mode (Tri-Spare / Tri-Saw)

• LFO Freq (ext. CV influences LFO Freq.)
• Lin FM Input
• Morph CV Input
• Sync Input
• LFO Output
• Morphed Output
• Triagle Output

The frontpanel was designed by Hannes Pasqualini / Papernoise.

THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 20
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 20
DIY Level: Medium/Advanced
Depth [mm]: 35
Width [HP]: 10
Format: 3U
Panel / Color: Black Alu
Manufacturer "LeafAudio"
LeafAudio is the brand of Manuel Richter. He is a trained drummer & audio engineer, studio- and live-musician, was interested in electronic and experimental sounds since his childhood. He made releases and lots of live appearances as Xabec. He toured with Haujobb and others, was producer & songwriter for Anne Clark. LeafAudio started as Manuel's studio in 2008, he made lots of mixings and masterings but quickly ended up doing one of the most well known DIY workshop series in Germany by the mid 2010s. Meanwhile LeafAudio is most well known for their Microphonic Soundboxes and other sound design instruments which became super popular worldwide. Most of the production is still made by hand in Leipzig, Germany.

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