Moog MF-102
Moog MF-102

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newMoog Moog MF-102

Analog Ring Modulator with a built in Carrier Oscillator and LFO.
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The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator takes the classic Ring modulator design from Moog’s original Moog modular synthesisers and puts it in a portable and affordable effects unit.

More than just Ring Modulator it contains three modular functions:
A ring modulator
A voltage controlled carrier oscillator
A voltage controlled dual waveform Low Frequency Oscillator.

All of which can be used to affect and line or instrument level signal.

A ring modulator creates frequencies of the sum and the differences between a carrier oscillator and the input signal. The inbuilt Low Frequency Oscillator can be used to modulate said carrier frequency.

The The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator can be used to create a multitude of effects, from abstract bell like noises through to sweeping distortion.

Ever wanted to re-create the sound of Dr Who’s Daleks? The The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator is the device used by current voice actor Nicholas Briggs, who uses the The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator live on s…

The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator takes the classic Ring modulator design from Moog’s original Moog modular synthesisers and puts it in a portable and affordable effects unit.

More than just Ring Modulator it contains three modular functions:
A ring modulator
A voltage controlled carrier oscillator
A voltage controlled dual waveform Low Frequency Oscillator.

All of which can be used to affect and line or instrument level signal.

A ring modulator creates frequencies of the sum and the differences between a carrier oscillator and the input signal. The inbuilt Low Frequency Oscillator can be used to modulate said carrier frequency.

The The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator can be used to create a multitude of effects, from abstract bell like noises through to sweeping distortion.

Ever wanted to re-create the sound of Dr Who’s Daleks? The The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator is the device used by current voice actor Nicholas Briggs, who uses the The Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator live on set to create the Dalek’s iconic dulcet tones during filming.

Bob Moog started out creating theremin kits in the early 1950s, moving onto synthesisers in the 1960s. He is credited with designing some of the most iconic synthesisers the world has ever known. Today his legacy lives on with many of his original designs still being produced, along with new equipment being manufactured based upon and augmenting his original designs.

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