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slimenbones

Everyone is all about the noisering, generally consensus like that is worth checking out... But, i tend to use my doepfer quad lfo or an external metronome to clock things, and I have an a-118 for noise/random, so is it worth getting a noisering? What are some applications that it does really well?

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matttech

well worth searching threads on this....there's been a load at various points, often with titles like "noisering or wogglebug" ...that type of thing


rico loverde

running the 1 and 2 outs to a jag x and y

running 1 or 2 to a quantizer then to oscillator pitch, clock out to an envelator gate in, envelator to vca, osc output to vca in

running 1 or 2 to various cv inputs

using it as a master clock into a divider

using it as a sound source, the clock out will give a square like output but 1 and 2 sound equally cool

theres so many uses for this thing, its one of those modules that are in every patch


reignbear

rico loverde wrote:

theres so many uses for this thing, its one of those modules that are in every patch

+1


before

I've wondered this same thing.

Wish there was some info online about "what it does"
seems as thought the links to the manuals are all broken
at least from the AH page.

forgive me if i'm wrong.
I have a wogglebug and love it.
But alas no noise


chvad

i have one in the mail that'll arriving next week! w00t

i can post my "new device" experiments if you'd like. not promising good stuff but there will be stuff.


bsmith

super wicked for rotating rcd, or for modulating anything at all.
run audio (drums, radio, whatever) into chance input, crank the rate and start messing with chance and change.
clock it with an oscillator to use it as an oscillator.
have an attenuator handy for the noisering for sure.

https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=132443#132443


dreidrums

It also does not help that Wiard/Malekko don't offer too much official info on their eurorack products....

I mean this is obviously overcome in such a small market anyway, and people uploading clips of personal use is sometimes better than the company doing the same, but ((((from strictly a business standpoint)))) I would never let the mystique of a product cause hesitation on a purchase.

Just my


rico loverde

before wrote:
I've wondered this same thing.
there is a ton of info on this forum about what the noise ring does, bsmith gave a link thats great (one of many)

normally id search em out for ya but I'm not feeling so hot right now...


rico loverde

dreidrums wrote:
It also does not help that Wiard/Malekko don't offer too much official info on their eurorack products....

I mean this is obviously overcome in such a small market anyway, and people uploading clips of personal use is sometimes better than the company doing the same, but ((((from strictly a business standpoint)))) I would never let the mystique of a product cause hesitation on a purchase.

Just my


watch what you say about malekko or his elite super force of ninjas will take you out. Ninja Ninja Ninja Ninja Ninja Ninja Ninja Ninja

on a serious note most of the modules are documented through the wiard site, as well as a ton of info here on the forum. a little searching goes along way.


slimenbones

thanks dudez,
as with most of the really cool modules i imagine you just have to play with it to see what it can do, just got the JAG and rcd recently so could be a good combo. Running audio into the chance sounds cool too.


chvad

the wiard site info is mad MIA right now. site rebuild and all.


mattysal

Got to play with one at moog audio. It's pretty cool, i think my next 2 euro rack purchases (which wont be for awhile very frustrating ) will be a noise ring + uscale!

sending the outs of the noisering to a uscale smells like modular


slimenbones

could the noisering replace the a-118? Is the noise itself nice for snares etc?


rico loverde

ive never had an a-118 so cant comment on that but i def use the noise out for snares and hihats all the time!! i quite like it.


bsmith

rico loverde wrote:
ive never had an a-118 so cant comment on that but i def use the noise out for snares and hihats all the time!! i quite like it.


+1


dualmono

rico loverde wrote:

running 1 or 2 to a quantizer then to oscillator pitch, clock out to an envelator gate in, envelator to vca, osc output to vca in


This actually made my sunday. Thanks for the inspiration.
Side note:
This topic (as a placeholder for similar ones) is actually a very good example, why the search police (Just saying "Use the search") is a bad idea.

Answering a question that has supposedly been beat to death can yield inspiration for the non newbies even if they ought to know to use in this case the Noisering in this manner.

Thanks again.


Johnisfaster

The noise out doesnt have much low end, it sounds slightly hp filtered. Although its a great modulator of anything.


rico loverde

dualmono wrote:
rico loverde wrote:

running 1 or 2 to a quantizer then to oscillator pitch, clock out to an envelator gate in, envelator to vca, osc output to vca in


This actually made my sunday. Thanks for the inspiration.
Side note:
This topic (as a placeholder for similar ones) is actually a very good example, why the search police (Just saying "Use the search") is a bad idea.

Answering a question that has supposedly been beat to death can yield inspiration for the non newbies even if they ought to know to use in this case the Noisering in this manner.

Thanks again.
Cool, your very welcome...


reignbear

dualmono wrote:
rico loverde wrote:

running 1 or 2 to a quantizer then to oscillator pitch, clock out to an envelator gate in, envelator to vca, osc output to vca in


This actually made my sunday. Thanks for the inspiration.
Side note:
This topic (as a placeholder for similar ones) is actually a very good example, why the search police (Just saying "Use the search") is a bad idea.

Answering a question that has supposedly been beat to death can yield inspiration for the non newbies even if they ought to know to use in this case the Noisering in this manner.

Thanks again.


another great tip for this patch that i picked up from jonkull is to offset and attenuate the noisering before it hits the quantizer to dial in and fine tune it's range.

also, for extra style points, use the 1 output with the 2 unplugged and play with the ext rate knob to get some rhythmic variations.


slimenbones

walekko is starting to swallow my modular...

Wiard Wiard Wiard

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