MATRIXSYNTH: Make Noise Echophon 1st Eurorack Module to Receive EM Editor's Choice Award

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Make Noise Echophon 1st Eurorack Module to Receive EM Editor's Choice Award

A first for the new reign of modular synthesizers, the Make Noise Echophon won an Electronic Musician Editor's Choice award for 2013.  It's great to see modulars edging their way into the broader electronic music market.  Congrats to Tony Rolando and Make Noise Music!  Update: I originally noted this was the first modular module to win an EM award.  It turns out Cynthia won a 2007 award for the Zeroscillator.  via @betterofted

"DIGITAL OR ANALOG? YES!
Make Noise SoundHack Echophon
Taking voltage-controllable delay to infinity and beyond

The modular synth scene has long embraced a hybrid approach where CVs control digital signal processors, and Make Noise took full advantage of this when it collaborated with DSP whiz Tom Erbe to create the most inspiring Eurorack module of the year. The Echophon provides patchable control over two octaves of pitch shifting, with multiple feedback paths, tempo sync, a freeze function, and more—resulting in a powerful new delay processor for your patching pleasure."

Other winners include:
MODERN MEETS RETRO
Arturia MiniBrute

ONCE AGAIN, BOB WOULD HAVE APPROVED
Moog Music 500 Series

Fistful of Analog Goodness
Korg Monotron Duo

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