The 2VCO is a dual oscillator that allows you to detune the second oscillator from oscillator 1 and even modulate that detune.. Detuning can be very modest up to more than an octave above or below. That means it's very simple to create a real fat bass by dialing in the second oscillator and detune it an octave below. Each of the oscillators have Sine, Triangle, Saw, Square and Noise wave to switch on/off and set a level for, to create all kinds of waveforms. And if that's not enough there's also a Phase Modulation input. You could even take output 2 which holds the detuned oscillator 2 and send that back into the Phase Modulator input for... let's say ... different - sounds... The glide that's also available can be switched on for oscillator 1, oscillator 2 or both.. All of this adds up to a hopefully versatile oscillator for you to use.
Manual for the module can be found here: https://www.requestformusic.com/RFM-VM/RFM%202VCO%20manual.pdf
Find video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ru9gs6kraO0
-- Build#8 - bug fix that solves loss of PITCH from CV INPUT when connecting/disconnecting the PHASE MOD INPUT
-- Build#23 - update - adding knob, button and extra inputs that handle 'wave-folding' When button is turned on, internally OSC2 is used to fold the wave of OSC1... The level knobs near the OSCs depends the amount. Use the inputs to the right of that to modulate that instead. Above the button you'll find an input and knob to add overall modulation to the folding - decide the amount with FOLDM knob fix - the MIX knob has proper behavior - when only one output is used, it mixes the levels of the OSCs, using 2 outputs pans from the one to the other