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Doepfer A-137-1 Wave Multiplier Video Tutorials by Raul Pena

Raul Pena just published a new video today.
This begins the Doepfer Wave Multiplier series.
Enjoy!

Video 1: Doepfer 137-1 VC Wave Multiplier I Basics

" A basic description of the features and functions of the Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 2: Doepfer 137-1 VC Wave Multiplier with Low Frequency signals Part One

" A walkthrough of processing Low Frequency signals using the A137-1 Wave Multiplier. Experimenting with different settings.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena." 

Video 3: Doepfer 137-1 VC Wave Multiplier with Low Frequency signals Part Two

" A walkthrough of processing Low Frequency signals using the A137-1 Wave Multiplier. Experimenting with different settings. 
Sound and Video by Raul Pena "

Video 4: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier with Audio rate Signals-Triangle Wave Pt.1

" A walkthrough of several different timbres which can be achieved with the A137-1 Wave Multiplier with a simple Triangle Wave. Different experiments with Multiples, Folding level, Symmetry, and Harmonics are shown. Part One of Two.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 5: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier with Audio rate Signals-Triangle Wave Pt.2

" A walkthrough of several different timbres which can be achieved with the A137-1 Wave Multiplier with a simple Triangle Wave. Different experiments with Multiples, Folding level, Symmetry, and Harmonics are shown. Part Two of Two.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 6: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier with Audio rate Signals-Sine Wave Pt.1

" A short video exploring the processing of a Sine Wave with the Doepfer A137 Wave Multiplier. Part One of Two.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."


Video 7: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier with Audio rate Signals-Sine Wave Pt.2
" A short video exploring the processing of a Sine Wave with the Doepfer A137 Wave Multiplier. Part Two of Two. Sound and Video by Raul Pena." 

Video 8: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier-Modulation with Control Signals-Simple Modulation Part One

" An exploration into the simple modulation of the Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier.Part One of Two.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 9: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier-Modulation with Control Signals-Simple Modulation Part Two

" An exploration into the simple modulation of the Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplie with two modulation sources.Part Two of Two.
Sound and Video by Raul Pena."

Video 10: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier-Modulation with A149 Quantized/Stored Random Voltages Pt.1
"Continuing the A137-1 series with modulation. This time we begin modulating with the A149-1 Random Voltages.Part One of Two. Sound and Video by Raul Pena. "

Video 11: Doepfer A137-1 Wave Multiplier-Modulation with A149 Quantized/Stored Random Voltages Pt.2

" Continuing the A137-1 series with modulation. This time we begin modulating with the A149-1 Random Voltages.Part Two of Two. Sound and Video by Raul Pena." 

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