Miasma Manual

  • Warranty
  • Installation
  • Overview
  • Controls
  • Block diagram
  • Diodes
  • Remarks
  • Patch ideas

Warranty

Thank you for purchasing Ritual Electronics Miasma.
Your module has been handbuilt with care in Paris, France.


You can find your module on Modulargrid:
https://www.modulargrid.net/e/ritual-electronics-miasma

For any remarks and informations, contact us at:
contact@ritualelectronics.com

For video demos and patch ideas check:
https://www.instagram.com/ritualelectronics/ https://www.youtube.com/c/ritualelectronics

Limited warranty

Ritual Electronics warrants this product to be free of defects in materials
or construction for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
Malfunction resulting from wrong power supply voltages, backwards
or reversed eurorack bus board cable connection, abuse of the product
or any other causes determined by Ritual Electronics to be the fault of the
user are not covered by this warranty, and normal service rates will apply.
During the warranty period, any defective products will be repaired
or replaced, at the option of Ritual Electronics, on a return-to-Ritual
Electronics basis with the customer paying the transit cost to Ritual
Electronics. The return of your module is on us.
Ritual Electronics implies and accepts no responsibility for harm to person
or apparatus caused through operation of this product.

Installation

Always turn your eurorack case off before plugging
or unplugging a module.

Do not touch any electrical terminals when attaching any Eurorack
bus board cable.

Ritual Electronics Miasma requires 35mA of +12VDC and 30 mA
of -12VDC regulated voltages and a properly formatted
distribution receptacle to operate. It must be properly installed into
a Eurorack format modular synthesizer system case. You can refer
to https://www.modulargrid.net/ to plan the power consumption
of your system.

You will need 10HP of free space in your Eurorack case to install
Miasma. Connect the included ribbon cable to the module,
the connector’s red strip must face down. Connect the other
end of the cable to the bus board connector of your case.