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CV / LFO pedals
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Author CV / LFO pedals
Biom
Do they exist?

251 is out of the question. Fuck Moog anyway.
Then there's this nice Koma pedal, but I won't be using its clock functionality, which is half of this huge pedal and its price.

Just a simple, ordinary lfo or env gen would be more than enough! The smaller the better. I need it to control some of my Moisturizer parameters.

The modular is also busy doing its task and is pretty far from the unit.

I'm also considering a Maths in a 20hp 4ms Pod, but not the cheapest / easiest option, though it could potentially send my Moisturizer into space.
GuyaGuy
This
https://www.hungryrobotmodular.com/clockable-lfo

Or
Dreadbox Komorebi
Or
Goatkeeper (original)

You can also get something like a used Microbrute for the price of a pedal.
Biom
Fantastic! Thank you!

Hungry robot is exactly what I need! nanners
prscrptn
Mission Control by Spaceman EFX thumbs up

https://spacemaneffects.com/products/mission-control/

https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=3126608#3126608
Biom
Interesting, but why so expensive?
scozbor
copilot broadcast
ehx 8 step seq
Biom
scozbor wrote:
copilot broadcast

Thank you very much!
I guess it would be my choice for now

Would never find it myself!
Thanks, guys! we're not worthy
smetak
Biom wrote:
Interesting, but why so expensive?


Due to extremely limited runs and there seems to be some sort of craze for these boxes out from Portland. I have few early pedals from them, which, today, cost a small fortune. Decent, but not much else.
kinkycables
twin stags.
Biom
smetak wrote:
Decent, but not much else.

Definitely saw foogers for that money a while ago.
But thank you anyway. Will keep in mind this option too
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