Video: Warm Audio's RingerBringer Recalls a Moog Classic

Warm Audio has just released a one-to-one revival of Moog's MF-102 Ring Modulator—one of the most popular effects in the discontinued MoogerFooger series. And, for good measure, the company has released a Tone Bender-style fuzz called the Warm Bender as well.

Warm Audio's RingerBringer has all of the features that made the Moog pedal such a hit: the experimental tones of the ring mod itself, all-analog circuitry, multiple ways to tweak the sound, and stereo inputs and outputs (making it ideal for not only guitars but synths and mixing as well).

The Warm Bender, for its part, offers multiple variants on the Tone Bender circuit in one housing. You can choose between a NOS 76 setting for a more present tone, the NOS 75 for a MKII-style Bender fuzz, and a bonus silicon circuit for a modern-sounding take.

Hear what Any Martin can do with the RingerBringer in our demo video above, and find the full lineup of Warm Audio pedals on Reverb.

Watch our 2018 farewell to the original MoogerFooger line.

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