Adventure Audio Outer Rings
The Adventure Audio Outer Rings takes your guitar signal and joins it with a square wave that is generated by the pedal.
Therefore, the square wave contains musical content related to the harmonic content of your guitar signal and the oscillator.
For instance, this means that they can be added together with your post-gain signal, and so creates some truly outer galaxy tones.
You can change the pitch of the signal by using another oscillator. The result is like having a really cool bud turn the knob for you while you keep playing.
If this all sounds like gobbledy-gook – just take a look at one one action here.
We didn’t stop at one oscillator because we like to take things further,
We included a modulating oscillator to sweep and wiggle the frequency of the multiplying oscillator – hands free.
For example, you can use it as an LFO to change the pitch super slow because we’re talking over ten seconds for a full pitch sweep.
Or rev it up into the audio range and make the the multiplying oscillator do some math and make some sweet, sweet frequency modulation in the process.
Multiplier Frequency, offset for CV1, internal modulation and expression
Symmetry and pitch of multiplying oscillator
Speed of modulation of the Multiplier Freq
Depth of modulation of the Multiplier Freq
Blend between post gain and ring modulation
Up (controls multiplier freq), Middle (controls multiplier and modulator), Down (controls just the modulator)
Expression Pedal Jack Input
Up – Sends some of your output back around to modulate the multiplie
Speed range of modulating oscillator
Range of multiplier frequency
(0-9V compatible range) Multiplier Frequency Control Voltage
(0-9V compatible range) Modulation Oscillator Control Voltage
Transport – Sucks the whole system into a feedblackhole
Don’t forget to look at the fuzzy Dream Reaper too – amazing combination for the creative musican
Requires 9V DC centre negative supply – 250ma