MN Signal Processing have released Logique Analogique – a simulation of an existing circuit board includes an 8-bit counter, a parametrizable, analog implementation of logic functions, and a four-channel, 1-bit sound generation.
“The Logique Analogique sequencer consists of an 8-bit binary counter and four tracks which generate pulse waves when a user-defined majority function depending on the counter bits is true. Switches which select the counter bits (or their logic inverse) and a threshold voltage define the majority function. The output is calculated as the XOR function of the four tracks’ signals, which produces a ring modulation like effect.
Running the Logique Analogique app in landscape mode shows the original circuit and in portrait mode, the app shows the (interactive) schematic and an arranger.”