Using the Ringshifter’s Oscillator
In both frequency shifter modes and the ring modulator OSC mode, the internal sine
wave oscillator is used to modulate the amplitude of the input signal.
• In the frequency shifter modes, the Frequency parameter controls the amount of
frequency shifting (up and/or down) applied to the input signal.
• In the ring modulator OSC mode, the Frequency parameter controls the frequency
content (timbre) of the resulting effect. This timbre can range from subtle tremolo
effects to clangorous metallic sounds.
• Frequency control: Sets the frequency of the sine oscillator.
• Lin(ear) and Exp(onential) buttons: Switch the scaling of the Frequency control:
• Exp(onential): Exponential scaling offers extremely small increments around the
0 point, which is useful for programming slow-moving phasing and tremolo effects.
• Lin(ear): Linear scaling resolution is even across the entire control range.
• Env Follow slider and field: Determines the impact of incoming signal levels on the
oscillator modulation depth.
• LFO slider and field: Determines the amount of oscillator modulation by the LFO.