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Rhythm Scope Video Synthesizer

Rhythm Scope Video Synthesizer
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The Rhythm Scope is a video synthesizer that generates visual patterns in response to beats. It is designed to work with rhythmic sounds (short quick hits, arpeggios, etc.), providing an easy way to get visuals synchronized to music and sound!
The Rhythm Scope features 16 selectable patterns, including strobe effects, flashing squares, rotating blocks, and random pixels. It also features a Randomizer mode. You can set the Randomizer to automatically change modes every 1-16 beats.

To operate: Connect it to a television, projector or video rig and connect a sound source to the ¼” audio jack. The Rhythm Scope detects the level of the audio input and when that level reaches a certain threshold, it triggers a change in the pattern. Select one of the 16 patterns and, using the gain knob, adjust the sensitivity to the audio input.
Use the Rhythm Scope with a projector for live performance, TV in your living room, or as part of a larger video mix.

Enclosure: Anodized Aluminum, Wood (3.2″ x 2.2″ x 1.1″)
¼” Audio Input Jack
RCA Composite Video output jack (NTSC only)
9VDC Power Adapter Included
Shipping weight: 2 lbs.

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