With a total of 9 knobs, the Grendel Drone Commander offers two manually-tuned oscillators and two LFOs, plus an unusually colorful and nasty filter. LFO1 is an analog variable-shape oscillator, and LFO2 is a pulse waveform that auto-synchronizes to LFO1 at a ratio of 2x, 4x, 8x, or 16x. Both LFOs can be routed to the filter for rhythmic patterns. Six of the Drone Commander's nine knobs double as push-pull switches to control signal routing and waveform selection. A line-level output jack is provided for connection to amplifiers or effects plus there's outputs for control voltage in (controls the filter effect) and clock out for cascading other devices. The Drone Commander is housed in a military ammunition case with engraved aluminum control panel. The case is welded steel with an easily removable, rubber gasketed lid. There is almost no plastic in the Drone Commander! The unit is powered by a 9-volt battery accessible through a slide-out drawer in the side or a standard 9-volt DC power adapter (included).
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