Phosphorm is an Audio Visual synthesizer that uses Transcoding for simultaneous audio visual composition.  A set of 12 oscillators linked in various cross modulation algorithms can be used to simultaneously drive audio outputs, vectorscope X-Y displays, lasers, and video output via analog and HDMI outputs for a strikingly unqiue and immediate audio visual composition unlike any other instrument available.  

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Phosphorm Basic comes with the audio video signal generating unit in a lightweight enclosure, power supply, analog video breakout cables & analog audio passive splitter cables for running audio signals through X-Y displays/lasers and speakers while simultaneously running analog or digital video out, and a premapped usb midi controller.  The DAC for this model is PWM as opposed to PCM which runs at ~48khz.

Phosphorm DAC comes with the audio video signal generating unit in a custom built plexiglass enclosure, power supply, analog video breakout cables & analog audio passive splitter cables for running audio signals through X-Y displays/lasers and speakers while simultaneously running analog or digital video out, a premapped usb midi controller and a high quality audio DAC for 192khz 24bit audio out for crisp and clear line resolution.





FEATURES

HARD PANNED OSCILLATORS WITH INDIVIDUAL FREQUENCY AND AMPLITUDE CONTROLS



SIMULTANEOUS AUDIO AND VIDEO OUT
While Phosphorm is optimized for X-Y displays one can also simultaneously send out a vectorscope display of the wave forms through analog RCA or HDMI cables out to projectors, CRTs, LCDs, and video processing chains!



RING MODULATION


PHASE MODULATION

WAVE FORM QUANTIZATION

WRAPAROUND AND FOLDOVER DISTORTION

MICROTONAL SCALES
5et, 7et, Carlos Alpha, and Carlos Beta scales


Enjoy this in depth introduction to the audio visual engine and its vector synthesis representation!



for DIY

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