BZR-1 is a creative utility device that outputs chaotic CV signals. What is a chaotic signal? In physics, it is common to distinguish between stochastic signals(such as white noise) and predictable signals (such as a periodic sine wave). Chaotic signals lie somewhere between these two categories. A chaotic signal is predictable in the sense that it exhibits some sort of recognizable pattern that repeats over time. But it is also stochastic in the sense that it is impossible to predict the exact values that it will assume over time. BZR-1 contains nine different configurable chaotic signals. The graphs below illustrates their typical behavior.
The following sound examples use multiple BZR-1 instances to trigger and modulate sounds.
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