Invert LFO 1 Sawtooth waveform

Is there a way to invert LFO 1’s sawtooth waveform so that it functions as a ramp? Doesn’t seem like it from the documentation but I figured i’d ask. Also does anyone have an idea what that little LED under the LFO waveform selector knob is for? I haven’t gotten it to light up…

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Load a custom wave in for that, and assign it to the LFO. I’ll upload one for you…

Sawtooth.ws6 (8 KB)
ReverseSawtooth.ws6 (8 KB)

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Thank you! Seems like a simple enough workaround. Still curious about that LED…

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No worries!

My Super 6 (and the pics of others I just took a quick look at) don’t have an LED under the LFO Waveform select knob. Could you post a pic?

I don’t think they are LEDs (there’s another one under the LFO knob too). They look like electrical contacts to me, and are part of the circuit board. Seems a lot of trouble to take, punching holes in case, for styling. Is it a secret Easter Egg from George Hearne???

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Yeah, I imagine it’s just where the knob PCB board attachments affix to the front panel. If I ever take mine apart I’ll let you know!

That’s not an LED, but a clip that helps stabilising the rotary control switch. You’ll also find it below the waveform selector and octave range switches in the oscillator section.

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Oh boy, I feel like a doofus haha. Good to know though…

Not exactly the place for this, but I just wanted to say the build quality is astounding on the instrument. I have it on a rack with a few other instruments in the price range and my whole family is always fiddling with this one (and none of them play synthesizers). They never touch anything else, this one draws them in.

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