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Experiments with Phasing and Ring Modulation
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BHarrington



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2013 8:58 am    Post subject: Experiments with Phasing and Ring Modulation
Subject description: Video using Ableton Live, Z. VEX Ring Modulator, and Meeblip Synth
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This is a little experiment I put together using the Z. VEX ring modulator. Unlike the usual RM's, the Z. VEX is a stepped, 8 position RM. Each step is tunable. I set up an eight note pattern using Ableton and the Meeblip, then fed one side into the Z. VEX. Although I tried to get then in sync, they gradually got way out and then back together again.




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