Example of Phaser processing an external audio signal played from a phone.
The Phaser is at times being modulated with an LFO (also a miniMO)
miniMO's Phaser is a voltage-controlled experimental digital phaser, with the ability to alter its phase, phased buffer size, and processing rate (more details here).
- Real time control of phase, phased buffer size and processing rate
- External modulation of either phase, phased buffer size, or processing rate
- Automatic Battery check
- 1&2: Outputs - processed signal
- 3: Input - parameter modulation
- 4: Input - audio signal
- Knob: change phase (default), buffer size or sample rate
- miniMO waits until you reach the value it has currently stored
- Click: toggle between phase, buffer size and delay time control
- The LED blinks 1 to 3 times depending on the parameter selected (1-Phase, 2-Buffer, 3-Rate)
- Double Click: toggle between normal and high sensitivity modes
When you switch the module ON,
- If the LED blinks once, the battery is OK
- If the LED blinks fast several times, the battery is running low
- With Phase Buffer length and Processing Time left unchanged, the unit works as a conventional phaser. Both parameters are included for experimental purposes.
This Delay is based on the Arduino Phasor by Martin Nawrath, as described here.