|Maker||Rucci Electronic Instruments Company|
|Signal Path||Analog Hardware|
|Power Source||9V DC|
|Notes||Page through 9 modes with a single button then alter the sound with control over the speed and pitch. |
Mode 1 – Pitch is tuned to 3 octaves of chromatic scale with LFO stutter effect.
Mode 2 – Pitch is tuned to 5 octaves of D Major pentatonic scale with LFO stutter effect.
Mode 3 – Run of frequencies down.
Mode 4 – Run of frequencies up.
Mode 5 – Run up and down.
Mode 6 – Frequency with modulation.
Mode 7 – Overlapping modulation.
Mode 8 – 4 simple rhythmic loops mapped over pitch knob, with speed control.
Mode 9 – Noise produced by random frequency. Pitch sets the max freq.
You also have a low-pass filter, volume control, toggle on/off switch, and a red LED light that flashes in sync with the effect. It is powered by an included 9volt battery or any 9volt center-negative DC adapter. Output via a 1/4″ jack that is easily connected to amps, effects or recording equipment. There is also a sync output over 1/8″ jack. This works with the Auto-Step Synthesizer, Four/Eight Step Sequencer or any device that makes use of 5volt clock in. Also a CV input that excepts a range of 0-5volts for control over the pitch control knob.