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With an updated look from the original, the MFS-RING-02 Minifooger MF Ring Pedal from Moog is an analog ring modulator for guitar and bass that is modeled after the Moogerfooger MF-102. The pedal works by outputting the sum and difference frequencies of your instrument, and a carrier oscillator. It allows you to create sounds from octaves to choral dissonance to harmonic undertones, as well as synthesized bell-type sounds and synth-style leads.
The pedal has an expression pedal input, allowing you to use an optional expression pedal to control the frequency level. Use it for sci-fi swells, bit reduction effects, whammy dives, and more. This input is additive and will allow you to go past the normal panel settings. The pedal can be powered by either a 9-volt battery or with an optional power supply.
FREQ: Tunes the frequency of a carrier oscillator to the root note in a scale. The range of this control has been refined to be extremely musical. At lower settings, chorus and octaves occur on notes within a chosen scale, while beating and extreme dissonance occur on notes played outside of that scale. At Mid position, the sound is buzzy and tight. This is great when paired with the MD Drive for octave-fuzz sounds. At the maximum position, the sound is much more synthesized and robotic
MIX: Sets the amount of input versus modulated signal. A ring modulator outputs the sum and difference frequencies of your instrument, and a carrier oscillator (FREQ). At lower to medium levels, the MF Ring can be used to accompany and accentuate notes. As Mix is increased, you will notice more synthesized and bell-type sounds. At maximum, the input signal is completely gone and only the sum and difference frequencies are heard. This is perfect for creating unpredictable synthesized and electronic sounds
TONE: A filter circuit only applied to the effected signal. This allows you to leave in the MF Ring’s natural high frequency chime and buzz, or dial it down for a warmer, more musical character. Because the tracking of the MF Ring is so accurate, this control is particularly useful for dialing in sounds that accompany lead lines, bends, and even chords. It is the perfect way to add unique texture to an idea without it overtaking the sound of your instrument
EXPRESSION PEDAL INPUT: This input is assigned to the Freq control. Use it to specify two independent playing keys or create classic sci-fi swells, bit reduction effects, and whammy dives. This input is additive and will allow you to go past the panel settings
Tone control adds musical flexibility to the sonic capabilities of ring modulation
Go from octaves, beating, and chorus in a scale to electro-insanity
Tune and voice the Freq control to your key of choice
Can be battery powered
Expression pedal input control of Frequency for key changes and sound effects
In the Box
Moog MFS-RING-02 Minifooger MF Ring Pedal
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Oscillator range is 90 Hz to 1.5 kHz nominal; maximum with expression pedal 12 kHz
165 Hz to 20 kHz low-pass filter, 6 dB/octave (wet signal only)
Controls frequency (maximum input level +5 VDC response of internal oscillator is not linear above +4 V input)