Diva’s fea­tures at a glance

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OS­CIL­LA­TORS Diva of­fers five mod­ules based on clas­sic de­signs, but with ad­di­tional fea­tures not avail­able on the orig­i­nals. There's a Triple VCO of clas­sic Moog fame, while the Dual VCO and DCO look to the Roland de­signs of the 1980s. The Dual VCO ECO is CPU-friendly, and the Dig­i­tal Os­cil­la­tor kicks out ul­tra-mas­sive stacked saw­tooths.

HPF / MIXER / FEED­BACK Diva's cen­tre-left mo­d­ule acts as a high pass fil­ter, a mixer or a feed­back unit. If you have the Triple VCO se­lected, this mo­d­ule will act as a mixer. With any other Os­cil­la­tor mo­d­ule, you can choose from three HPFs or a feed­back con­trol to add ana­logue drive to the sig­nal.

FIL­TERS Much of Diva's stun­ning sound can be at­trib­uted to its ar­ray of fil­ters. Like the os­cil­la­tors, there are five de­signs. Whether you're af­ter a clas­sic Moog lad­der, a Korg MS-20, an 80s Roland, or a dig­i­tal de­sign al­low­ing you to morph be­tween fil­ter modes, it's all in there.

EN­VELOPES The en­velopes al­low you to shape sound over time with three de­signs. A clas­sic Moog ADS (At­tack, De­cay, Sus­tain) and two Roland-es­que ADSR mod­els in ana­logue and dig­i­tal form. The dig­i­tal model of­fers ad­di­tional con­trol over the en­ve­lope shape.

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