Moog Music Announces The FreqBox

Moog Music has announced the FreqBox, the newest addition to the Moogerfooger line of analog effects. The MF-107 FreqBox does not actually modify the audio input signal. Inside the FreqBox is a Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) which is modulated by the sound source input, an Audio Modulated VCO The result is an amazing array of effects that were once only possible with a complex modular synth setup—everything from fuzz-like distortion to what product development engineer Steve Dunnington calls “cataclysmic timbral morphing.”


Features:
• Accepts instrument level and line level inputs
• Frequency and waveform controls in the VCO section
• VCO can be frequency modulated by the audio signal
• Envelope follower and mix controls for even greater sonic enhancement
• Housed in the super-durable, classic Moogerfooger enclosure

The Moog Music FreqBox will be made public at NAMM 2007. No pricing or availability has been announced. More information on the Moog Music FreqBox.

Author: FutureMusic

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