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Turn any polyphonic oscillator into an ADDITIVE OSCILLATOR!

Patch the poly pitch signal into any poly oscillator (e.g. ) and the poly level signal into a poly amplifier.

Partializer takes a mono pitch signal and derives the corresponding pitch signals for up to 16 harmonics/partials from this information. Additionally, partializer provides the level of these harmonics/partials with a separate poly level output that works with any poly amplifier or directly with the amp section of R_Ware poly oscillators! By default the output levels have a rolloff that corresponds to a SAW wave. Create the first 8 harmonics of a saw wave from the ultra clean sine waves of Partial Oscillator Poly for the highest fidelity without aliasing. you can chain multiple Partializer instances to create pitch and amplitude information for an unlimited number of partials (as much as your CPU/System can handle). On top of all of that Partializer offers you unique and creative controls over the partials` pitches and levels to generate just about anything from interesting, metallic timbres to ultra warm, aliasing-free waveforms. Transfrom VM into your very own Modular Additive Synthesizer!


    • Connect a mono pitch signal that shall be the base pitch of your additive oscillator creation (note: when chaining multiple Partializer instances connect the same pitch signal to every single one of them.. or don't! Creativity has no rules! )
  • CV Inputs
    • Every CV input comes with its own attenuator and accepts anything from loooooow frequency oscillators to audio-rate madness!
    • Outputs amplitude levels for each individual partial. Use a poly amplifier to level your partials or use the AMP section of Partial Oscillator Poly directly. Per default the slope is 1/PartialNumber which gives you a SAW wave.
    • Connect to the 1V/Oct pitch input of any polyphonic oscillator or use a Poly to Mono module and a multitude of mono oscillators. Each poly voices carriers the corresponding voltage for the respective partial's frequency.
    • Connect multiple Partializers together to create even more partials! The chain signal from one Partializer's CHAIN OUT should be patched into the CHAIN IN of the next Partializer. This will automatically adjust the starting offset and starting level slope of this Partializer.


    • Offsets the starting partial number. The offset determines at which frequency and level the LEVEL and PITCH outputs start outputting their signals as poly voices
    • Detune the partials from the fundamental by an multiplicator. This will creating reesing, beating, organically moving sounds when fractional values are chosen. When using integer multiples you can influence the distribution of odd and even partials! Turn to 1.0 to turn the SAW into a SQUARE for instance!
    • Slope increases the level rolloff for the partials. This will accentuate the fundamental frequency. Works great on mainly inharmonic sounds to fortify the base tonality.
    • Shines the partial frequencies through a prism and moves them either up or down to create interesting harmonic structures!

New in Build#7

  • added R_Ware config menu -> access by hovering over the module's name and then clicking (right or left click) on the config menu button
  • added the ability to lock the fundamental from being affected by the partial manipulation to the config menu (will enable and display lock switches)
  • added the ability to detune by a negative amount to the config menu
  • fixed Offset/Detune/Slope CV inputs adding an offset upon connection (Legacy behavior can be re-enabled in the config menu Legacy options )
  • fixed artificial partial limit when Offset CV was connected