This approach to oscillation is ridiculously modular, and frankly, out of hand.
The IDRO builds waveforms from up to 48 inputs, cycling through them at a rate determined by pitch cv (1v/oct) to generate a tone. Connect those inputs to modulation, other oscillators, dc voltages, audio, or whatever, and they will be spun & merged into a single, dynamic new waveform. As your inputs change, so to does the result. A free IDRO Supplier module also provides dc sources, macro waveform sculpting, and crude sampling.
You don’t have to use all of the inputs, as the device calculates cycle times based on the connected jack count (if you connect jacks 1-4, then you can have a 4 part waveform). but you can. And you can then get into pulse-width and frequency modulation too.
Sure, it’s outlandish, but that’s the point.