Make Noise improves its Wogglebug
Make Noise announces an improved version of its Richter Wogglebug random voltage generator, which includes new features.
- A more stable clock output with a wider frequency range (up to about 200Hz), allowing the Control Voltage and Gate outputs to be heard directly as different flavors of analog and digital noise.
- The clock is no longer locked to the internal Sample and Hold Circuit and can be freed by the independent External Clock input or the Disturb Button. Regardless of what is happening at these control points, the Internal Clock output will continue to run at the specified rate, keeping it open for use as a Master Clock at all times.
- The Disturb Button allows the Sample and Hold Circuit to be clocked manually, which allows for slowing the Wogglebug down if it runs too fast or pushing it when it’s too slow,
- New Sharktooth waveform for the VCO.
- The Influence input has a greater effect on all parts of the Wogglebug's psyche than the previous Ring Mod input.
- The Burst output is more active and all portions of the Wogglebug are more responsive to control and touch.
The new Richter Wogglebug is available for $249 at www.makenoisemusic.com/wogglebug.shtml.
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