Synth of the Month:
The Pittsburgh Modular Voltage Research Laboratory

The Pittsburgh Modular Voltage Research Laboratory was created to explore the limits of analog sound, with unique features such as warp mode. Warp mode changes the shape of a waveform without modifying the harmonic content, resulting in some interesting tonal results. The Voltage Research Laboratory allows you to create unexplored timbres when combined with the wave folder.

It features an intuitive touch controller and a wide range of modulation control. This unique instrument pushes the boundaries of sound design. It offers two oscillators with multiple waveforms and various waveshapers. It even features built-in analog delay and two function generators. The Voltage Research Laboratory is the forefront of synthesis technology.”