MATRIXSYNTH: Ciat Lonbarde Cocolase Synth Looper

Monday, March 17, 2008

Ciat Lonbarde Cocolase Synth Looper

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"Essentially two delays (completely separate, no input bleedthrough) whose parameters are controlled by an 8 oscillator thinktank known as the sidrassi, using copper pins which can be connected by alligator clips (but which are also responsive to touch and other such conducive material) to interface the machine . So that's the direction, time (goes up to 2+ minutes delay time for each delay), placement, rhythm, etc. The sidrassi is modulated by the outer poles seen at the extreme edges to the left and right of the Cocolase, the letters correspond to individual oscillators each providing a square and triangle wave output. Additionally there are three pins for each delay which put out a sampling of the tempo of three of the sidrassi's oscillators. Each delay can perform standardly or input audio can be looped for infinite repeats.

Each oscillator can be made audible as well, and plugged in using an included alligator clip to quarter inch audio cable expanding the Cocolase into a modular sound box unlike most encountered. More sound options are available when input audio is mixed with oscillator audio, allowing for ring modulation, phasing, etc.

I recommend checking out to hear more about the machine straight from the designer's mouth, as well as audip samples of the machine. Peter Blasser has been constructing sound devices for years and frequently tours collegiately and otherwise exhibiting his creations as well employing them within in his own musical ventures. Only a few months old and like new. Comes with power adapter packaged with it and alligator clip to quarter inch cable."

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