I'm not sure what development in the module contributes to this aspect, but it produces some of the fullest/fattest sounds I've heard from a digital oscillator, not to mention it's packed with features and very well thought out.
The FM between oscillators sounds different than everything else in my rig....sputtery and juicy when both are in audio range, and spazzy when LFO FM's audio rate.
Makes a chap wanna get a second one.
Best digital oscillator(s) I’ve ever used.
I love my Twin Waves!
From the first moment, it has become the definite go-to VCO in my rack, and if I feel the need to double up one particular vco module, it'll be that one.
I'm so glad I got this...it's an absolute gem.
It's a monster (a dual monster).
Man this thing looks so nice, great features for a very reasonable price.
The price/performance/features/HP ratio is just fantastic, IMHO.
I use mine in LFO mode so often that I sometimes forget how amazing the VCOs are.
Thank you, Klavis, for your excellent work; especially Twin Waves, which I think is worth its price and size for its LFOs alone.
I'm not really a fan of shared knobs on digital modules but the Twin Waves implements this between its two oscillators in a very fluid and ergonomic manner.
The symbols it uses for each waveform algorithm are also quite well designed; they're all pretty self-explanatory but after a single read through of the manual to be sure of the specifics I was good to go.
I own the Twin Waves and I'm super impressed with the build quality.
That's the question a Muff Wiggler post asked to the community.
Name your most valuable module whatever the type.
The Twin Waves was put in the spotlight several times.
Klavis Twin Waves for all of the function that it brings in a small space.
+1 for Klavis Twin Waves.
It can do so much and it's 2 in 1.
Incredible value especially in reduced size racks and for melody use.
For oscillators... probably the Klavis Twin Waves.
Inspiration technology to let you create the difference