The Dunst module generates Dust and Noise by two different methods. Noise is defined as white noise, with an continuous spectrum and a totally non-tonal nature. Dust, however, is better thought of outside Fourier techniques, as little crackles, bursts of noise, pulses of uneven rhythm. Dunst permutes on the bounds/bounce concepts of other Mobenthey modules, by calculating Dust with a ramp with arbitrary sample-and-hold for its bounds- based on an efficient digital technique for Dust. The Noise section uses transistor noise (quantum) as its basis, comparing it against a modular reference to achieve stochastic events, converging on the sound of Dust. In addition, this module has a fully featured bi-polar VCA with complimentary inputs, to get you quickly going sending “dust-objets” out the left and right channels.
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