The LFO-11 is an advanced low frequency oscillator.
The wave button changes the waveform to sine, triangle, square, or sawtooth.
The rate knob changes the frequency of the oscillator.
The sync button syncronizes the oscillator to either hz or tempo.
The control voltage amount knob applies the CV socket input to the frequency.
Control voltage input for frequency modulation.
Sine, Triangle, square, sawtooth
50hz to 10 seconds (hz) or 1/64th note to 1 bar (tempo)
+/- 1 volt (bipolar) or 0 - 1 volt (unipolar)
The rate of the LFO can be modulated for some extreme effects.
The LFO phase can be retriggered as well, allowing you to sync the LFO with signals such as a gate, for a consistent LFO response every time you play a note.
If the LFO was to be used as an audio source, you would find that the waveforms are not band limited and may contain audible aliasing harmonics.
Low frequency oscillators are most commonly used to modulate oscillator or filter frequency, but can be used to control any parameter with a CV input.
The unipolar output is useful for filters and keeping oscillator pitch moving in one direction compared to the root note.