Quad Stepped Digital Accumulator. Based on the programming concept of incrementally 'bumping' variables up and down. Send it some gates, and it creates many stepped CVs and sub-rhythms as output - send it some oscillators, and it will explode your Atari.
Transforms audio or CVs from subtle warming to annihilation. Telecommunications signal compander (Variable MU-law Encoder/Decoder) with built-in noise, analog clipping, mixer, and thru-zero VCA. Try plugging your favorite filter or effect between encoder and decoder!
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