Buchla's "Algebraic Processor, Model 257" changed the way music synthesizers utilized control voltages. MATHS, a mash-up of the Buchla 281, Buchla 257 & Serge DUSG, continues this great tradition of sculpting the control signals we use to sculpt our sound signals. Channels 1 and 4 are identical, each being able to scale, invert or integrate an incoming signal. With no signal applied, these channels may be made to generate a variety of linear, logarithmic, or exponential functions, lasting as long as 25 minutes, upon the reception of a trigger, or continuously when the CYCLE switch is engaged. The Cycle switch also contains a LED which indicates the activity on the associated channel. One small difference between CH. 1 and 4 is in their respective Pulse outputs; CH.1 having End of Rise and CH. 4 having End of Cycle. This was done to facilitate the creation of complex functions. Channels 2 and 3 are identical, each being able to scale, amplify and invert an incoming signal. With no external signal applied, these channels will generate DC offsets. All 4 channels are normalized to a SUM and OR bus via their respective OUTputs, so that addition, subtraction and analog logic OR manipulations may be achieved. All outputs are capable of driving a passive 4 way mult without loading effects (no buffered mult needed here).