Meg is a unique kind of waveshaper. Instead of folding the wave back in on itself like a common wavefolder, it shifts parts of the wave up or down, with the shifting threshold being adjustable. The resulting 2 half-waves can be flattened one by one, essentially morphing into a half square wave and eventually a full square wave. Essentially, it will add pulse-width modulation (and more) to any kind of wave.
Both knobs can be fully CV controlled.
Meg is available from March 2022 as a full DIY kit from retailers. It's a very easy build to complete, with a low component count and no SMD or other tricky parts.
If you're interested in a prebuilt module, feel free to reach out by email.
The schematic (link in sidebar) is open-source. If you want to know more about the details of Meg's circuit design, check out this post.