User Guide: Lunar Module - Vintage Space Mission Audio/Mic/Sample/Synth Effects for Eurorack

The Lunar Module is a fun Eurorack module for recreating the sound character of early space missions, or adding noise and bandwidth limitation to mics, line-level audio, samples, and synth modules. It's effects can be triggered manually, or from gate signals, and include noise with colour control (a bipolar low pass and high pass filter), hum effects with frequency control, variable distortion, and 'Quindar' - an authentic beep used at the beginning and end of transmissions from the Apollo space capsule back to the NASA Huston control centre.

As with all AJH Synth modules, the Lunar Module is designed to be played, and it's pots and jack sockets are made easily accessible so that live tweaking is not hindered, and controls are all substantial in size and spacing. Most are based on vintage synthesizer circuits and designs, bringing the sounds, behaviour and character of classic synths to Eurorack modular, but with the advantage of modern reliability, compatibility, flexibility, and understanding of the needs of modern musicians.

00:00 Intro
00:13 Overview
00:59 Installation Guide
02:12 Inputs & Controls
09:07 Use with Samples
14:43 Use with Microphones
16:29 Use with Synths
19:43 With Other Audio Devices
22:06 A Patch Clip
23:53 A Short Performance

Check out the AJH Synth playlists for more user guides, and 'Patch of The Week' videos, which will be either performances or 'how to' guides detailing a range of sounds, some familiar, some less so, and each containing a patch sheet at the end to show you how to construct it for yourself.

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