Slide Slide Moonwalker is a versatile signal generator that performs as an envelope, lfo, and audio oscillator, with attack and decay time controls Phase offset is continuously variable from 0 to 360° and inverts the waveform without changing it’s amplitude, and with or without changing it's polarity. Unipolar mode preserves the output range by offsetting the starting voltage, so it always stays between 0 and +10v Bipolar mode preserves the starting voltage by offsetting the output range, so it always starts at 0v. The output range will shift from +unipolar, through +bipolar, to -unipolar, through -bipolar back to +unipolar. The reference waveform does not change phase, but the timing of the rate change between Attack and Decay shift with the phase offset, to ensure synchronous movement. The phase offset output is half-normalled to the phase offset cv input and skews the waveform from triangle to saw or ramp without changing frequency (when attack = decay).


  • Envelope Generator
  • Low Frequency Oscillator
  • Audio Oscillator


Audio, Mid, and Low ranges provide access to frequencies from 50kHz to 0Hz.


Inverting your envelope without changing amplitude or polarity means the modulation stays constant and never clips or goes out of range.


Reference and Phase Offset waveforms make it super easy for low frequency oscillations to slide in and out of sync with each other.

TIght Integration

Dynamic trigger input circuitry is aware of cycle, hard sync, and range controls and adapts it’s behavior accordingly.

All Analog Goodness

No Microprocessors in this device

Ping, Pong, PingPong

  • swap attack and decay times
  • alternate attack and decay times
  • changes are quantized to trigger/cycle

Here's the Pitch

1 Volt per octave input tracks pitch accurately


  • 10hp 3U 39mm depth
  • 110ma +12v, 80ma -12v
  • reverse polarity protected

Place the cursor above each control for an explanation of what it does