Schlappi Engineering Interstellar Radio - Black

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The Interstellar Radio is the first module from Schlappi Engineering and provides complex chaotic sounds via modulation and demodulation stategies borrowed from radio transmission technology and acts as a complex noise oscillator or processor for external signals, an intense way to take your signals to space and back.

Based on techniques involved up and down conversion to and from high frequency pulses, the Interstellar Radio functions similarly to a lo-fi radio transmitter and received all in one module. Capable of peculiar error-ridden FM and ring mod effects, this module can function using its own built-in oscillators or as a processor for external sounds, imparting its brutal aliasing, distortion, and harsh modulation effects onto any sound.

Found Sound Australia Pty Ltd.
155 Elgin Street (Via Markov Place)
Carlton, VIC 3053
Australia

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This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

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