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RO'VED IN HEBREW IS "LAYER"

RO'VED is our new 1U MACRO OSCILLATOR based on the legendary "Plaits" by Mutable Instruments.
We are very proud to present an improved interface which provides the best of the 1U format. Along with custom firmware that makes the use of this interface natural and convenient.

1U (Intellijel)   |   28HP   |   +12v: 55ma, -12v: 8ma | Manual

RO'VED firmware v1.1 is out with tons of exciting features
Alternative modes to Frequency lock, reassignable CV inputs to modulate Decay, LPG and Aux crossfade, SUB Oscillator with sine or square waves and new alternative chords for the chords engine.


Check it out 

AN INNOVATIVE INTERFACE

MEET "CLICKKNOBS" - PLUM'S 3-IN-1 KNOBS:

Main Parameter

Attenuverter

Push Button

Plum Audio - "CLICKKNOBS"

RO’VED is our first module introducing "CLICKKNOBS" - Plum Audio custom dual concentric knobs with push button that are in use as RO’VED main interface component, Turn the top knobs to change main parameters: Frequency, Timbre, Morph and Harmonics. Lower knobs are used as CV attenuverters of the main parameters.  Frequency, Timbre and Morph are connected to the internal EG when there is no patch cable connected to the CV inputs.


Push down one of the knobs to switch between RO’VED different synthesis models, push and turn to access alternative parameters or push down a combination of two of the knobs ​to lock / unlock the frequency or enter the calibration mode.

Check out the videos below...

ONE CLICK TO CHANGE MODELS IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

Red Models: Move Backward

Red Models: Move Forward

Green Models: Move Backward

Green Models: Move Forward

PUSH & TURN TO ACCESS ALTERNATIVE FUNCTIONS

Decay

Range

LPG

COMBINATIONS FOR ADVANCED OPTIONS

Lock Frequency And Crossfade AUX

Enter Calibration

In RO'VED you can lock the frequency knob by pressing Timber and Morph together.
When the frequency is locked you will have access to a new parameter: AUX Crossfade - This parameter will change the balance in the AUX output and allow you to mix in the signal from main out.
This parameter will also be retained when you exit frequency lock.

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