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super cheap desktop utility module:)
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dodecabilly
Well, it's actually...

a potato.




but I like to call it "passive multiples & mixer with fixed attenuator"
Reality Checkpoint
hihi
goiks
want.
dkcg
A module you may like fried. lol
dodecabilly
available for pre-order at your grocery store...
Suburban Bather
Nobody around here understands my potato
Think I'm only a spudboy, looking for a real tomato

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BananaPlug
Want some help converting it to banana? It's peanut butter jelly time!
Rabid
Is that multiple buffered?
dodecabilly
Rabid wrote:
Is that multiple buffered?


RTFM... lol

No, actually, it attenuates multiplied & mixed signals. I find it usable when multiplying CV before sending it to QMMG, who doesn't have CV input attenuators. So, QMMG goes well with potatos...

Also it can be used for audio signals, but the output is noticeable quieter. I might try out other vegetables. Or fruits. Maybe I can mix apples and oranges, finally. Yay!
dkcg
I think that may be a must have module for mash-ups.
wmonk
dodecabilly wrote:
Also it can be used for audio signals, but the output is noticeable quieter. I might try out other vegetables. Or fruits. Maybe I can mix apples and oranges, finally. Yay!


Great! 8_) but watch out for acidic fruits like oranges. You don't want to corrode your jacks.
reignbear
dkcg wrote:
I think that may be a must have module for mash-ups.

Exxxcellent
boo-urns.
computer controlled
Gotta love electro-conductive foods!
timmah
This is what happens when you let Irish people have modulars.
dude
Rabid wrote:
Is that multiple buffered?


no but the bultiple is most certainly muffered
Smooth Operator
BananaPlug wrote:
Want some help converting it to banana? It's peanut butter jelly time!


That got me good lol
lessavyfav
I want to hug this thread!
Rabid
I wonder which module would do the best job of cooking a hotdog? Remember those kitchern devices form the late 70's that cooked hotdogs by electrocuting them?
JP
I brought one of these for $75 last week, but I'm unsure which way round the ribbon cable goes.

Also, now I have a potato, what vegetable should I get next?
Rabid
So, is Make Noise filming an infomercial on the latest, greatest potato cooker?
JP
"Set it and… FORGET IT!!!!!"
Rabid
Fans on the Eurorack forum claim that the QMMG will do everything but slice bread. ... I didn't believe them.

While using a pair of QMMG's to cook the potato were they using a Maths as the timer?
lessavyfav
I don't know which does hot dogs but Harvestman makes a good one for Donuts d'oh!
vav
So this is the fabled Semi-Passive Utility Device.
Audio Resistance
What do you think would best compliment this rack? I am looking for the perfect sine wave but waffle cut might work as well.

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