MOK Waverazor Dual Oscillator Editor Offers Quick Access To All Sound Parameters

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MOK has released a free software editor for its innovative Waverazor dual oscillator module that offers quick access to all available sound editing parameters. 

MOK aka Media Overkill launched last year one of the most innovative oscillator modules, the Waverazor. Instead of convincing customers with the classic analog synthesis, the MOK team (Taiho Yamada, Rob Rampley…) takes a completely different road to waveform generating. Waverazor dual oscillator cuts the waveforms into up to 8 wave slices. Then creates a multi-segment “Frankenstein” waveform out of it that incorporates a rich harmonic content.

Each individual slice (just a tiny part of a waveform) has independent control over wave pitch, volume, phase, and DC offset. Thanks to this, a single oscillator can contain a multitude of timbral colors. Even the “Razor” itself can be adjusted, with parameters for its own slice frequency, step size multiplier, and duty cycle. Today the developers have released a software that allows you to completely intervene in the engine, conveniently from your computer.

MOK Waverazor Editor

The new Waverazor module editor makes it easy to create your own oscillator configurations aka Frankenstein waveforms. Especially useful is the auditioning function within the editor. This release shows that editors are very important for complex digital modules. The Waverazor editor, for example, makes the real power of this dual oscillator really visible. It offers you quick access to all the hardware’s sound editing parameters. This also includes the setup of your own custom modulation routes. Finally, you can simply transfer your configurations to the module using a microSD.


  • Patented oscillator design dynamically slices and recombines waveforms
  • 2 independent oscillators
  • Detailed and responsive multi-touch screen
  • 2 high resolution CV inputs, 20 modulation CV inputs
  • Modulation input metering
  • MIDI and Clock input (TRS MIDI input, Arturia compatible)
  • Audio input for slicing external sound sources
  • 3 Audio outputs, Trigger output for external oscillator sync

In summary, I have to admit that this editor significantly enhances the module. Now it is much easier to build wild waveforms and uses them in the Euroack system.

The MOK Waverazor dual oscillator module editor is available as a free download. The module is out now for 615€.

More information here: MOK 

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