Reason RE Ammo 100LA Modulation Oscillator [WiN]

Publisher: Reason Studios & Jiggery-Pokery Sound
Product: Ammo 100LA Modulation Oscillator
Version: 2.0.1-DECiBEL
Format: Reason Rack Extension
Requirements: You need R2R Reason release and TEAM R2R Reason Rack Extension Cache Builder
  • Publisher: Reason Studios & Jiggery-Pokery Sound
  • Product: Ammo 100LA Modulation Oscillator
  • Version: 2.0.1-DECiBEL
  • Format: Reason Rack Extension
  • Requirements: You need R2R Reason release and TEAM R2R Reason Rack Extension Cache Builder

Arm your rack with the Ammo 100 “Light Artillery” and take Reason modular synthesis and LFO production to the next level with 128 basic and complex waveforms, in a handy, ultra-compact half-U rack size.

With a massive frequency range, Ammo 100LA features an all-audio rate internal oscillator path suitable for both audio and CV output, and the essential controls are available in folded view, saving you valuable screen real estate in your Rack.

Whether standalone or in a Combinator, Ammo 100LA is the fastest, smallest and simplest way to get the modulation shape you need.

Also available is the 400R with four syncable oscillators plus internal mixer and routing bus, and the 1200BR which also adds the Battery modulation processing unit.

Designed and built by Reason users with over ten years experience in the software, Ammo 100LA is lightweight, ultra-compact oscillator designed for quick LFO production or as the centre of a modular synthesizer. With 128 Ammo waveforms, and dual lag controls to independently smooth abrupt voltage changes of the up and down waveform slopes.

Ammo 100LA features

One modular audio oscillator
Free-running or key synced
128 preset waveforms provide easy-to-use, predictable but complex modulation curves, and a random/noise wave
LFO range from 0.001 Hz to 30 Hz
Audio range from 30 Hz to 8,372 Hz with semitone and cents adjust
31 tempo sync speeds from 32/1 to 1/128T
Invertible waveform depth control
One-shot mode plays a selected waveform once per gate and holds the final value
Pulse Width adjustment (currently LFO range only)
Lag controls: only Ammo uses separate lag controls (slew limit) for the up and the down slopes of the waveform for fine control of waveform smoothing
Lag controls can be used as low-pass filters
Fine-tune the output level with a master channel output adjustment
Positive and negative waveform value indicators for each output
Four bipolar CV rate outputs, including one invertible output
Four unipolar CV rate outputs, including one invertible output
Four audio outputs
Audio rate FM and AM inputs
Adjust the sensitivity of Re-ARM sources to rate modulation – a 7th, one or two octaves, or full range (26 octaves)!
Set portamento time with legato – play Ammo like a Theremin!
Select “always on” oscillator output, with or without keyboard pitch controlled, or add pitch and gate control with a Charlotte Envelope Generator
360° phase adjustment

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