Rich Glitch VCO
Rich Glitch is an experimental 8bit granular VCO that harnesses multiple controlled software glitches feeding back into each other to produce some wild sounds. The process starts with 2 separate 1v/oct granular audio signals that are each combined with a separate sub harmonic granular signal and fed into separate glitching engines which are fed back into each other depending on the “Cold Hard Cash” setting. A pitch compensation engine attempts to correct the error in pitch tracking caused by the glitches, but because the glitching is so extreme its efforts are mostly futile, in which case pitch tracking mostly ends up linear. Rich Glitch is highly random in its response to CV / parameter changes due
to the multiple glitches feeding into one another.