The fourMulator contains four independent digital LFOs. Their frequency ranges from 0,05 Hz (1 cycle per 20 seconds!) up to 100 Hz. Each LFO offers various waveforms (including random > sample & hold) and waveform- and trigger-outputs … the latter sending an impulse with every new start of the selected waveform.
This module seems to be a spin-off of the upgraded Perfourmer synthesizer. (See our Perfourmer MKII review for more details and for musical aspects regarding the quad-LFO).
The 4 LFOs can be synchronized with each other or to any master clock, and they can be phase-shifted by up to 180°. Stunning rhythmical modulation processes are possible thanks to those weird sync-, clock- and phaseshifting options.