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New Mungo analog modules - oA, fA, mA
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Author New Mungo analog modules - oA, fA, mA
huffnPuff
This looks interesting! It’s a complex oscillator or a subtractive patch in 3 building blocks.
huffnPuff




Kummer
FANTASTIC! So glad he's still doing it.
huffnPuff
The sounds on Mungo’s website are mighty!
Dogma
Holy Shit....all incredible...that filter!
nimmen
Very nice, will be on lookout for demos. That filter looks quite interesting, will need to adjust my "wishlist"
huffnPuff
The mA has me scratching my head. How many VCAs there?
Kent
I added links to the embedded photos. Click upon each to go to the respective module page.
Foghorn
Some pretty interesting stuff there.

I am not sure how I haven't noticed this stuff before.

I see some of the modules have been around for a number of years but, in looking at the oscillator on modulargrid I noticed it said
"submitted Today, 00:39"

So kind of new. hmmm..... .......... Wow

Will have to keep an eye on this brand of equipment.

Foghorn
huffnPuff
Also interesting for me is that there’s no fixed-phase static output - just the phase-modulated output. I’m not sure what it means in practical terms.

Edit: in practical terms this means self modulation implies a feedback patch whereas the PDO’s phase-static channel 1 can modulate its other channels without being affected.
carl!
Does these work with preset manager/storage strip? :()
slumberjack
huffnPuff wrote:
The mA has me scratching my head. How many VCAs there?


i count 3 inputs for signal to be shaped and two post vca/mixer outputs.
FatRocky
w00t
Dogma
carl! wrote:
Does these work with preset manager/storage strip? :()


Analog smile No zoom
pyjamarama
I love my mungo modules. D0 remains one of my all time favorite things.

even so.. think we need some in depth video with good sound to better understand what these chaps bring to the table
Dogma
I spoke with John and videos ect are coming....
jameswalk
Love Mungo stuff. This is very interesting.
Godphaser
Info from Mungo's webpage for people who like it all in one place:

fA

Analog voltage controlled filter and sine wave oscillator both with through zero phase modulation.
A single frequency range spans LFOs to ultrasonic while holding volt per octave pitch CV 6 octaves across the keyboard.

mA

Coupled and separable envelope generator, mixer, and VCAs.
Three channel mixer with VCAs normalled before and after linked to the internal envelope.
General purpose utilities equally applicable to audio or CV signals and continuously adjustable response of the output VCA.

oA

Analog realization of the universal oscillator with a single frequency range spanning LFOs to ultrasonic.
Phase modulation directly drives the stable triangle core appearing in both outputs.
Continuously adjustable synchronization strength allows locking to odd, even, or fractional ratios of a master oscillator, all voltage controlled.
FatRocky
prices?
huffnPuff
FatRocky
FatRocky wrote:
prices?



i mean does analogue means cheaper than digital ( in Mungo terms)? hmmm.....
Happyanimal
I love the mungo’s too. Any chance of re-releasing the digital modules again?
nectarios
FatRocky wrote:
FatRocky wrote:
prices?



i mean does analogue means cheaper than digital ( in Mungo terms)? hmmm.....

600-750 says modulargrid.
Anyone knows if these are the correct prices?
Portabella
Happyanimal wrote:
I love the mungo’s too. Any chance of re-releasing the digital modules again?


are they discontinued? hmmm.....
Happyanimal
Portabella wrote:
Happyanimal wrote:
I love the mungo’s too. Any chance of re-releasing the digital modules again?


are they discontinued? hmmm.....


Just an assumption- there hasn’t been any stock in North America for a good year.
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