Scottish Eurorack maker Instruo has introduced the Neóni, an analog oscillator with through-zero FM functionality.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
“At its core, the Instru? neóni is a traditional analogue oscillator. What sets it apart from other oscillators in the Instru? product line is it’s Through-Zero FM functionality with AC and DC coupled operation.
Add that to its precision soft sync and directional hard sync modes, nonlinear wavefolding, internal modulation routings, and you end up with the most tonal FM sounds imaginable.
Unlike traditional FM, where an oscillator momentarily stalls as negative voltage pulls its frequency down to 0 Hz, neóni inverts the polarity of its waveforms until positive voltage pulls it back through 0 Hz. This behavior allows for complex waveforms with less non-harmonic sidebands. Less clang, more bang!”
- Linear through-zero & traditional FM with AC & DC coupled functionality
- Internal modulation routing and general-purpose CV input with attenuator
- Split sawtooth morphing and nonlinear wavefolding
- Precision soft sync
- Directional hard sync
- Individual waveform outputs
- LFO mode
Pricing and Availability
The Instruo Neóni is priced at £399. See the Instruo site for details.