Moog - Moogerfoogers All N One Pedal Pack # 1 - Lowpass Filter, Ring Modulator, and 12-Stage Phaser Pedals

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Moogerfoogers® All N One Pedal Pack # 1 (MF-101, MF-102, MF-103) Pedal Pack includes: Moogerfooger Lowpass Filter, Moogerfooger Ring Modulator, and Moogerfooger 12-Stage Phaser.

Moog - MF-101 Moogerfooger Lowpass Filter

The award-winning MF-101 Lowpass Filter is a direct descendant of the original Moog modular synthesizers. It contains two complete modular functions: a voltage-controlled lowpass filter and an envelope follower. It can be used with any instrument-level to line level-signal.

The moogerfooger filter's control parameters are signal mix, cutoff frequency, resonance amount, and envelope amount. All of the Lowpass Filter's parameters can be controlled with expression pedals or external control voltages as well as by great feeling knobs which beg to be tweaked. Panel switches select filter mode and envelope follower speed. 1/4" jacks are provided for audio input and output, pedal/control inputs and envelope follower output. A heavy-duty, yet smooth-acting bypass switch allows tabletop or foot operation.

A lowpass filter removes high frequencies from a tone. It makes the tone sound more mellow or muted. The lower the Cutoff, the more muted the tone sounds. Imagine a window shade. As it is pulled down, it cuts out the higher light, then the light from the middle of the window, then finally all the light. The MF-101 Lowpass Filter does the same sort of thing to the sound spectrum with its Cutoff Control.
As you turn up the Resonance control, the overtones near the cutoff frequency are boosted. Resonance gives the moogerfooger filter the same classic Moog filter sound as the Minimoog; and Moog modular synthesizers.

The envelope follower tracks the loudness contour (envelope) of a sound, and produces a voltage that follows the dynamics of your playing. Every time you play a note, the envelope voltage goes up and then down. The harder you play, the higher the envelope voltage goes. The envelope follower opens and closes the lowpass filter. Think of the envelope voltage as an invisible hand that turns the CUTOFF knob up and down every time you play a note. Since the envelope follows the dynamics of your instrument's signal, you actually play the filter as you play your instrument.

Features:

  • CUTOFF rotary control, which varies the filter's cutoff frequency over an eight-octave range.
  • RESONANCE rotary control, which varies the shape of the filter's response, from pure lowpass to actual oscillation.
  • ENVELOPE AMOUNT rotary control, which adjusts the amount that the input signal's envelope sweeps the filter cutoff frequency.
  • MIX rotary control, which crossfades continuously from unfiltered to filtered audio.
  • DRIVE rotary control, which adjusts the gain of the audio input.
  • SMOOTH-FAST rocker switch, which chooses between smooth and fast envelope follower response.
  • 2-POLE 4-POLE rocker switch, which chooses between 2-pole (bright) and 4-pole (deep) filter frequency response.
  • LEVEL, a three-color LED that is used to set the DRIVE control.
  • ENV, a LED that indicates the strength of the envelope voltage.
  • BYPASS, a two-color LED that tells whether the filter is on or bypassed.
  • ON/BYPASS, a rugged, smooth-acting 'stomp switch.'

Jack Panel Features:

  • AUDIO IN 1/4" phone jack - accepts any instrument-level or line-level audio signal from -16 dBm to +4 dbm.
  • AUDIO OUT 1/4" phone jack - -4 dBm nominal output level.
  • CUTOFF, RESONANCE, AMOUNT, MIX, all of which are stereo 1/4" jacks that accept moogerfooger EP1 (or equivalent) expression pedals, or control voltages from either two-circuit or three-circuit 1/4" jacks.
  • ENVELOPE OUT jack - delivers the Envelope Control voltage for use by other voltage-controlled devices.
  • +9V POWER INPUT jack - accepts standard 9 volt power adaptors (power adaptor included).

General Specifications:

  • CASE: Black panel with hardwood sides - classic analog appearance.
  • DIMENSIONS: 9" x 6" x 2-1/2"
  • NET WEIGHT: 2 lb
  • SHIPPING WEIGHT: 4 lb, including power adaptor and instruction manual.
  • POWER REQUIREMENTS: 105-125AC, 5W. 220AC 50Hz either European or UK style power adaptor available on special order.

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Moog - MF-102 Moogerfooger Ring Modulator

The MF-102 Ring Modulator is a direct descendant of the original Moog modular synthesizers. It contains three complete modular functions: a ring modulator, a voltage-controlled carrier oscillator, and voltage-contolled dual-waveform LFO. It can be used to process any instrument-level to line-level signal.

A ring modulator produces sum and difference frequencies between the audio input and a carrier oscillator. The ring modulator's LFO can be used to modulate the carrier frequency. The moogerfooger ring modulator can create effects ranging from subtle tremolo to harmonically rich distortion, gong-like sounds, sweeps, swoops, and divebombs. It can be subtle, or outlandish in it's use - you decide!

The moogerfooger ring modulator's control parameters are signal mix, carrier frequency, LFO rate, and LFO amount. All of the ring modulator's parameters can be controlled by the great feeling knobs that beg to be tweaked as well as with expression pedals or external control voltages. Panel switches select LFO waveform and carrier frequency range. 1/4" jacks are provided for audio input and output, pedal/control inputs, carrier input and carrier output. The heavy-duty yet smooth acting bypass switch allows tabletop or floor use.

Imagine that the ring modulator's carrier oscillator is producing a 500 Hz sine wave, and your input signal is a 100 Hz sine wave. The ring modulator's output will be a complex waveform. You will hear two pitches: 400 Hz and 600 Hz. You will not hear your original input or the carrier oscillator.

Features:

  • FREQUENCY rotary control, which varies the carrier frequency over a six-octave range.
  • RATE rotary control, which varies the LFO's frequency from 0.1 Hz to 25 Hz.
  • LFO AMOUNT rotary control, which adjusts the amount that the LFO output sweeps the carrier oscillator.
  • MIX rotary control, which crossfades continuously from unmodulated to modulated audio.
  • DRIVE rotary control, which adjusts the gain of the audio input.
  • SQUARE-SINE rocker switch, which chooses the LFO waveform.
  • LO-HI rocker switch, which chooses between the low frequency carrier range (2 Hz to 130 Hz) and the high frequency carrier range (60 Hz to 4,000 Hz).
  • LEVEL, a three-color LED that is used to set the DRIVE control.
  • LFO, a LED that indicates the LFO rate.
  • BYPASS, a two-color LED that tells whether the ring modulator is on or bypassed.
  • ON/BYPASS, a rugged, smooth-acting 'stomp switch.'

Jack Panel Features:

  • AUDIO IN 1/4" phone jack - accepts any instrument-level or line-level audio signal from -16 dBm to +4 dbm.
  • AUDIO OUT 1/4" phone jack - -4 dBm nominal output level.
  • FREQUENCY, RATE, LFO AMOUNT, MIX, all of which are stereo 1/4" jacks that accept moogerfooger EP1 (or equivalent) expression pedals, or control voltages from two-circuit or three-circuit 1/4" jacks.
  • AUX AUDIO IN - provides a means of applying an external signal to the ring modulator, in place of the carrier oscillator.
  • LFO OUT jack - delivers the LFO voltage for use by other voltage-controlled devices.
  • CARRIER OUT jack - delivers the carrier signal for use by other devices.
  • +9V POWER INPUT jack - accepts standard 9 volt power adaptors (power adaptor included).

General Specifications:

  • CASE: Black panel with hardwood sides - classic analog appearance.
  • DIMENSIONS: 9" x 6" x 2-1/2"
  • NET WEIGHT: 2 lb
  • SHIPPING WEIGHT: 4 lb, including power adaptor and instruction manual.
  • POWER REQUIREMENTS: 105-125AC, 5W. 220AC 50Hz either European or UK style power adaptor available on special order.

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Moog - MF-103 Moogerfooger 12-Stage Phaser

The MF-103 12-stage phaser is a direct descendant of the original Moog modular synthesizers, yet can be used with any instrument level to line level signal. It contains two compete modular functions: a 6 or 12-stage phaser with resonance control, and wide range LFO with amount control.

The 12-Stage Phaser's control parameters are Sweep frequency, Resonance, LFO Rate and LFO Amount. All of these parameters can be controlled by the great feeling knobs that beg to be tweaked as well as expression pedals or external control voltages. Panel switches select ranrge of LFO Rate and 6 or 12 stage phasing. 1/4" jacks are provided for audio input and outputs, pedal/control inputs, LFO out and auxiliary sweep input for bi-phase effects. The heavy-duty yet smooth-acting bypass switch allows tabletop or floor use.

A phaser is a type of comb filter, so called because its frequency response has several dips and peaks, like the teeth of a comb. As the phaser response sweeps back and forth across the frequency spectrum, the harmonics of the audio input signal are alternately increased and decreased. This produces the classic phaser "whooshing" sound.
Phasing is one of the best ways to impart motion to a track and to make sounds come alive. With the MF-103 Phaser you can get swirling, shimmering, vibrating effects; fill up a whole stage from one sound source; even create brand new sonic textures.

The MF-103 produces two comb-filter responses. They are called 6-Stage and 12-Stage, because of the number of phase-shifting circuits that are used internally. The 6-Stage mode has three dips in its frequency response, while the 12-Stage mode has six dips. These two modes have distinctly different sound qualities. In addition, the MF-103 features a variable feedback circuit which increases the resonance, or depth of the phaser sound.

Features:

  • RATE rotary control, which varies LFO's frequency over a 250:1 range.
  • AMOUNT rotary control, which adjusts the amount by which the LFO output varies the phaser sweep.
  • SWEEP rotary control, which moves the phaser frequency response over a six-octave range.
  • RESONANCE rotary control, which adjusts the height and sharpness of the peaks of the phaser frequency response.
  • DRIVE rotary control, which adjusts the gain of the audio input to the phaser.
  • OUTPUT LEVEL rotary control, which balances the phaser signals with the bypassed signal.
  • LO-HI rocker switch, which chooses between the low LFO range (0.01 Hz to 2.5 Hz) and the high LFO range (1.0 Hz to 250 Hz).
  • LEVEL, a three-color LED that is used to set the DRIVE control.
  • LFO, a LED that indicates the LFO rate.
  • BYPASS, a two-color LED that tells whether the phaser is active or bypassed.
  • ON/BYPASS, a rugged, smooth-acting 'stomp switch.'

Jack Panel Features:

  • AUDIO IN 1/4" phone jack - accepts any instrument-level or line-level audio signal from -16 dBm to +4 dbm. Input impedance is one megohm.
  • AUDIO OUT 1/4" phone jack - -4 dBm nominal output level. +8 dBm absolute maximum output level. Output impedance is 5,000 ohms.
  • AUX OUT 1/4" phone jack - -4 dBm nominal output level. +8 dBm absolute maximum output level. Output impedance is 5,000 ohms.
  • RATE, AMOUNT, SWEEP, RESONANCE, all of which are stereo 1/4" jacks that accept moogerfooger EP1 (or equivalent) expression pedals, or control voltages from two-circuit or three-circuit 1/4" jacks.
  • SWEEP IN - provides a means of applying an external +/- 2.5 volt control signal to the second 6-section phasing circuit, in place of the LFO. Input impedance is 50,000 ohms.
  • LFO OUT 1/4" phone jack - delivers the LFO waveform (triangular wave; +/- 2.8 volts) for use by other voltage-controlled devices. Output imedance is 600 ohms.
  • +9V POWER INPUT jack - accepts standard 9 volt power adaptors (power adaptor included).

General Specifications:

  • CASE: Black panel with hardwood sides -- classic analog appearance.
  • DIMENSIONS: 9" x 6" x 2-1/2"
  • NET WEIGHT: 2 lb.
  • SHIPPING WEIGHT: 4 lb, including power adaptor and instruction manual.
  • POWER REQUIREMENTS: 105-125AC, 5W. 220AC 50Hz either European or UK style power adaptor available on special order.
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