2 U
56 mm deep
Current Draw
54 mA +15V
48 mA -15V
0 mA 5V
$304 Price in €

This Module is currently available.

Specs are approved by the manufacturer

Voltage controlled oscillator based in the discrete core of the ARP VCOs ( 2600, Odyssey… ).

The C104 Odyssey of Sound VCO is a voltage controlled oscillator in MU format based in the discrete core of the ARP VCOs ( 2600, Odyssey… ).

The oscillator has four waveforms available simultaneously ( sine, triangle, saw and square with variable pulse width ). The square wave pulse width goes from 10% to 90% and can be over-modulated. This feature makes possible to created sounds that are not possible in other VCOs.

In addition to the VCO, the module includes a Ring Modulator ( CMOS ) and a Diode Soft Clipping circuit that can be voltage controlled. The RM and the DSC have independent outputs.


Wide frequency range from 5Hz to 40KHz.
Perfect tracking over at least 8 octaves.
Coarse and fine frequency controls.
+/- one octave switch.
Temperature compensated.
Four waveforms available simultaneously : Sine, triangle, saw, square.
Square wave pulse width 10%-90% allowing overmodulation.
Hard sync input.
Two 1V/Octv inputs.
One exponential modulation input with level control.

Ring Modulator ( RM )

CMOS based.
Independent ouput.
VCO Square wave is internally connected to the Ring Modulator.
Diode Soft Clipping ( DSC )

Soft clipping level control.
Soft clipping level can be voltage controlled.
Independent output.
Two waveforms available, ( triangle and saw ) selectable by switch.
All these features makes the C104 Odyssey of Sound VCO a versatile oscillator with a sonic range not available in other VCOs.

This module is built using high quality electronic components, Switchcraft jacks, NKK switches, Cosmo knobs (the same used in the Moog Modulars) , black anodized aluminium ( like the original Moog Modulars )….

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