Flux is a glitchy/jerky low frequency* random CV source created with extreme low pass filtered analog white noise.
Two bipolar LEDs give some insight into what the module is doing at any given time. The bottom LED will turn blue when the CV is positive and red when negative. The top LED will match that color code but only comes on when the CV amplitude is 2 volts or greater.
The offset control is very sensitive and will give the random CV a positive or negative bias. It is possible to over offset the CV and have a tweaky +/- DC source.
There is a 1-3 minute “warm up” period before the circuit stabilizes and reaches equilibrium. Until then the random output will have a negative bias and white noise will not be heard and/or centered around ground.
*true random stuff doesn’t actually have a frequency because it doesn’t repeat
- RAW – AMPLIFIED WHITE NOISE OUTPUT – USUALLY NORMALIZED AROUND +/-8 VOLTS (MAY HAVE A SLIGHT POSITIVE DC BIAS, NOT USUALLY AN ISSUE AT ALL FOR AUDIO SORCES, ESPECIALLY NOISE)
- RAN (RANDOM) – SUBAUDIO CONTROL VOLTAGE OUT +/- 8ISH