Modulating a noise source isn't so unusual -there's at least one example in the moogerfooger manuals on how to take the noise source out of a CP-251 and feed into moogerfooger to do exactly that
In the book "ANALOG DAYS" http://books.google.ca/books/about/Analog_Days.html?id=3hjvWzkMK-sC&redir_esc=y
Buchla's "Source of Uncertainty" is defined more less as Buchla's own idiosyncratic name for what Moog calls SAMPLE & HOLD.(see page 47 & 48) Can anyone confirm that and/or provide further info???
To the original poster, since you already have the Moog, i recommend checking out a CP-251 and a VX-351~ from which you can route noise, square, saw & S&H waves and a whole lot more ~ plus you can use the voyager as an additional source with the VX-351 expander.
To anyone advocating Eurorack modular gear can you say why, and post links that hopefully demonstrate or will help point me to any sound the moog gear (voyager, minitaur, phatty & 'foogers) can't already do? Further to that even a SINGLE module that anyone might suggest would be helpful ~ personally i would prefer to stay with 1/4" format, but open to hear about anything and everything
MC wrote:Modulating a noise source with an LFO is rather unusual. The only module that has that facility is the Buchla Source of Uncertainty which is a very unusual noise source.
Noise sources from almost everything else are unpitched and modulation will have no effect.