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Module Dual Ringmodulator

  • Pour synthétiseur analogique modulaire
  • Largeur: 4 HP / 20 mm
  • Profondeur: 40 mm (mesurée à partir de l'arrière de la face avant)
  • Alimentation: +40 mA (+12V) / -30 mA (-12V)
Largeur 4 TE / HP
Numéro d'article 169618
76 €
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lodos54 29.01.2015
Pas grand chose à redire pour le prix.

Il manquerait juste des atténuateurs pour les entrées.

Les tl062 sont facilement remplaçables par des tle2072 par exemple afin d'obtenir un son différent.
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Does what it says on the tin
Martyn Q. 12.04.2015
It's not flashy, it's not beautiful - but is, as is usual for doepfer, a robust good quality build and darned useful little module. Clean sound, no bells and whistles - unless you are making bell and whistle sounds of course, in which case it excels XD

Ideas for uses;
The obvious scifi sounds, feed it detuned or pitch modulated sine oscs and lots of reverb (maybe a199 spring verb).
Split an osc signal with a mult and waveshape and frequency shift one copy and ringmod the two together (beefy sounds here!).
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Excellent value dual ring mod with no controls
Anonyme 20.01.2016
This ring mod unit provides exceptional value for money, giving you two ring mods for less than the price of what you would expect to pay for one. It provides two inputs (X and Y) and one output (the product of X multiplied by Y) for each ring mod circuit. For example, the classic use for this kind of circuit would be to input an audio signal to X and an LFO wave to Y, giving you an often metallic and mostly atonal product at the output. I would have like to have had some controls on here, maybe just an attenuator on each input since most LFOs don't have built in attenuation. However, I realise that this would have increased the price of the unit. The build quality is great, as you would expect from Doepfer. All in all, it's a no-frills, value for money and extremely useful module which I would recommend to anyone who, like me, has limited space and money for modules.
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Dalek to Zappa, Radio to Gong
Anonyme 30.09.2016
The ring modulator has been used by many artists including Frank Zappa on his voice and John McLaughlin. on his guitar.

It can create anything from a Dalek voice to gong or radio sounds.

For a primitive vocoder put a microphone into one of the inputs and a a low pitched oscillator into the the other and the multiplied signal from the output to your mixer.

To make gong or bell sounds try saw / sine or a square / sine combination on the inputs and have one an octave higher than the other. Though always experiment these are only suggestions.
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