Pedalboard friendly LFO?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Bryan T, Jul 15, 2019.

  1. Bryan T

    Bryan T guitar owner Silver Supporting Member

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    Does anyone make a small LFO pedal that that I could use to control a Minifooger Ring Mod? Ideally, it would have knobs for rate and depth and a bypass switch to turn it off.

    Different LFO shapes would be cool, but a sine would a good starting point.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. Bryan T

    Bryan T guitar owner Silver Supporting Member

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    Are there any others available?
     
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  5. Bryan T

    Bryan T guitar owner Silver Supporting Member

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    That one is cool, but so big!
     
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    Wow. Very cool. I can think of some great uses for that pedal.
     
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  8. Bryan T

    Bryan T guitar owner Silver Supporting Member

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    Cool! Years ago, I had the Moog MP-201. It was really versatile, but also $$$ and huge.
     
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    The Polyeffects Morph isn't out yet, but it can do this plus about a million other things.
     
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    Fairfield Circuitry Randy's Revenge.

    Sine and Square wave functions. Reaches audible rates. Every parameter is CV capable to work with a modular synth or control with an expression pedal.


     
  11. Bryan T

    Bryan T guitar owner Silver Supporting Member

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    I’m looking for an LFO to use with my ring mod. Buying a ring mod to do that would be a bit silly.
     
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    It is only a ring-mod at audible rates (the 'hi' setting). At low rates (the 'lo' setting) it behaves like a normal LFO.
     
  13. Not Orange

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    Source Audio Reflex
    (throws down mic)

    https://www.sourceaudio.net/reflex-expression-controller.html


    The Reflex Universal Expression Controller is the stand-alone command center for all of your expression pedal needs. It is a programmable expression pedal that connects to any effects pedal, synthesizer, or rack system with an expression or MIDI jack, and can also control DAW software via USB. Its outputs include three ¼” analog expression outs, MIDI 5-pin DIN in and out connectors, a USB port, and Source Audio’s proprietary 1/8” Sensor Out. Use the onboard control panel to program which outputs are active, the depth and direction of the expression or MIDI continuous controller signals, and the curve of the tapers. The Reflex can also send five different LFO wave shapes with expression control of the depth, modulation speed, or beat division. Save up to 128 expression configurations, recallable via the onboard controls or external MIDI program change messages.
     

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