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Modular Wild Presents Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering by Raul Pena

Raul Pena just began a new series.
Malekko Richter Noisering
This time it's all about the Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering Analog Data Resonator Module.
Basically its a Richter NoiseRing in eurorack format.
Sanctioned by Grant Richter of Wiard Synthesizer Company, this module is the same as the original Wiard Model 1210, only in 14hp eurorack format.

This module features:
  • a Digital Noise Source
  • Pseudo Random Shift Register
  • Clock Input with External Rate control knob
  • Clock Output
  • Noise Output
  • 2 Random Voltage Outputs
  • Chance Input

Video 1: Modular Wild Presents Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering
" A brief overview of the Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering. Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 2: Modular Wild Presents SOUNDS-Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering Random Cvs

" An exploration of the Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noiserings two random outs. Examples using the N+1 and 2n outputs are shown. Several short examples are included with attenuation applied to the cvs. Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 3: Modular Wild Presents SOUNDS-Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering Chance and Change

" Short examples of both the Chance and Change parameters on Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering. Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 4: Modular Wild Presents SOUNDS-Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering Random Clocks and Noise

" An exploration of the Noisering's clock source. Examples of self modulation of the clock as well as via control voltage. Also includes a short example of using the Noisering's noise source for sounds. Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 5: Modular Wild Presents SOUNDS-Malekko Heavy Industry Richter Noisering- Noisering as VCO
" A short demonstration of how to use the Noisering as a VCO. Includes waveform views of each waveform from the N+1 and 2n outputs. Sound and Video by Raul Pena. "

New parts in this series will be added weekly on Mondays

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