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NAMM 2010: Electro Harmonix Ring Thing Sideband Modulator
The Ring Thing presents state of the art modulation control allowing the user to explore a new sonic world that is both familiar and inventive.
Complex modulations with interactive parameters create any sound your mind can imagine.
From metallic sweeps to subtle color changes, the Ring Thing will become your sonic dream machine.
Multiple waves are available for modulation and Ring Mod, as well as a low pass filter for the Ring Mod and single side band modes.
Fine and depth control is available for frequency select and the amount, with a tune switch for the frequency pitch.
The addition of a whammy pedal can generate even more crazy effects.Posted on 19 Jan 2010 16:27 to category : Instruments News
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