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Mungo Enterprises d0, dual channel Delay
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Author Mungo Enterprises d0, dual channel Delay
Mungo
Delay with 16bit/100kHz DC coupled quality.

http://mungo.com.au/d0.html

It also has some tricks with sub sample (sub microsecond) resolution on the delay time for perfect pitched effects and physical modelling.



As always, releasing with immediate availability direct.
exper
Looks pretty cool! Does the tempo sync divide or multiply times, or both?

Also, can you please put prices on your site?
Mungo
exper wrote:
Looks pretty cool! Does the tempo sync divide or multiply times, or both?
Its able to synchronise to a ratio of the incoming clock/oscillator, and that ratio is a continuous value not just fixed intervals. So you can have it tracking a 2/3 ratio or a 7/2, etc. Applying this to an oscillator you have a voltage controlled phase shifter for any waveform you can synchronise to.
greg333
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Also, can you please put prices on your site?


+1
DonKartofflo
greg333 wrote:
Quote:
Also, can you please put prices on your site?


+1


+1

Looks pretty rad! The sub sample part seems worthy of a demo! thumbs up
Mungo
DonKartofflo wrote:
Looks pretty rad! The sub sample part seems worthy of a demo! thumbs up
Its a bit academic to demonstrate unless you compare it to another delay which is less able to get the pitch correct, but I dont know of other delays that track V/Octave wink
READYdot
DonKartofflo wrote:
greg333 wrote:
Quote:
Also, can you please put prices on your site?


+1


+1



+1 and there seems to be a lack of demos and videos. I'd be totally interested in the w0, but would love to see and hear it in action. I'm not the kind of brainy guy that can easily visualize how a module works by reading about it.
taylor12k
how does the sub sample delay compare to, say, a "freeze" type of effect..? like from an EHX freeze pedal? is it a totally smooth tone?
cv slime 800
READYdot wrote:
I'd be totally interested in the w0, but would love to see and hear it in action.

Here's some sounds I recorded with a w0:
[s]http://soundcloud.com/cv-slime-800/wzero-boneville[/s]
Mungo
taylor12k wrote:
how does the sub sample delay compare to, say, a "freeze" type of effect..? like from an EHX freeze pedal? is it a totally smooth tone?
The sub sample resolution simply allows it to produce smoother modulation and more accurate delay times.

If you want something for manipulating/capturing live sound check out the g0, it can do exactly the same thing as that pedal (and a whole lot more).
visible cow
How much is it?
Paranormal Patroler
Yeah, I'd like to know the price also. Plus, any chance you'll start selling these with the white panel you originally envisaged?
ether
Paranormal Patroler wrote:
Yeah, I'd like to know the price also. Plus, any chance you'll start selling these with the white panel you originally envisaged?


+1 to both parts of that
Paranormal Patroler
ether wrote:
Paranormal Patroler wrote:
Yeah, I'd like to know the price also. Plus, any chance you'll start selling these with the white panel you originally envisaged?


+1 to both parts of that


Yeah, I unfortunately read some bad stories about the panels of the g0. Don't want to part with my cash, get all excited and end up frustrated about something insignificant.
ether
After living with the g0 for a while the panel doesn't really bother me, and I think that's been the general reaction.

Would I prefer it to be white, and a bit less scratchy looking? Sure. Would I consider repaneling it? One day, maybe, assuming I don't blow the funds on other modules...

Is the g0 a completely mysterious one of a kind crystal unicorn sonic wonder box? Pretty much.

More video demos, documentation and examples allround please though!

thumbs up
Monobass
Paranormal Patroler wrote:
Don't want to part with my cash, get all excited and end up frustrated about something insignificant.


frustration with insignificance sounds like more of a personal hurdle to overcome hihi
John Noble
Oooh, I love delays!

http://eurorackdb.com/node/1671

Price and depth would be peachy.
Microscopial
Please don't. Delay. Give us a price please
dj_bluefalcon
You Mungo guys. Love your stuff! Really hope to add everything you're making to my rack one of these days.

Also, this demo is freaking awesome.

cv slime 800 wrote:
READYdot wrote:
I'd be totally interested in the w0, but would love to see and hear it in action.

Here's some sounds I recorded with a w0:
[s]http://soundcloud.com/cv-slime-800/wzero-boneville[/s]
artisokka
How much?
boramx
i really like how open ended this design is. inverting feedback loops,delaying CVs, comb filtering (using clk in divder!) etc

really powerful but simple.
Paranormal Patroler
Monobass wrote:
frustration with insignificance sounds like more of a personal hurdle to overcome hihi


hihi Well put. Although I do consider scratches as insignificant, I wouldn't really be happy with any of them on my newly acquired 700$ g0. But that's just me.
berfmurret
$800
exper
Ouch.
Paranormal Patroler
exper wrote:
Ouch.


No man, I think he meant the g0.
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