Lunar Modulation Center:
The most common waves have there own level output knobs. I did this because this module compliments another Blue Lantern VCO called the PTC VCO. By having level control on the waves it gives you finer control for FM duties.
Since this is Triangle core the sync is to die for. It sounds very quantizer like and incredible. I have yet to hear this on other Euro Format vco’s out their. The sync knob is used to adjust how strong of a sync effect you want.
PCV jacks are used for the pitch cv control. 1v/octave.
The Lunar Modulation Center has a lag processor. This is located in the middle section. It internally has the sine or triangle wave connected. You use the toggle switch to select the wave. The VIB jack is the outout jack for this effect. There are two modes: LAG or Gate mode. In LAG mode, you use the TRIG input and both controls can be used: Delay & LAG. In Gate Mode, only the LAG control is used, and you use the Gate jack to activate it.