WRAITH is a Polyphonic Modular Analog Synth with a patchable modulation matrix and two independent sequencers.
WRAITH is available in three form factors, WRAITH-SQR has two built-in sequencers that can run independently to each other, the larger WRAITH-Fbxi is the same as the SQR version but has a separate effects section, WRAITH MINI has all the same synthesis capabilities and is better suited for smaller screens.
Wraith has two main oscillators, each with two simultaneous waveform generators, oscillator A uses a sine-wave generator and a choice of triangle, saw or pulse, whilst oscillator B uses pulse and a triangle generators, each oscillator has a variable shape, it is also possible to add drift to the waveform adding greatly to the harmonic content.
The outputs of both oscillators are hard wired to a Ring Modulator with its own output to the mixer.
Switchable hard sync will lock oscillators A and B together in phase, but still allow the modulation and sync sources to take effect.
WRAITH has a comprehensive set of filters and two built-in sequencers, full details of WRAITH and its capabilities are available at the ET website.