Definition of ring modulator in English:

ring modulator

Syllabification: ring mod·u·la·tor

noun

An electronic circuit, especially in a musical instrument, that incorporates a closed loop of four diodes and can be used for the balanced mixing and modulation of signals.
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  • The famous harsh, metallic sound of the most evil creatures is created by speaking through a device called a ring modulator.
  • His equipment is often home-made, and his cheap samplers are cobbled together with vintage tape echo machines and ring modulators.

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