MATRIXSYNTH: Knas Ekdahl Moisturizer Spring Reverb & Filter

Friday, March 08, 2019

Knas Ekdahl Moisturizer Spring Reverb & Filter


via this auction

"Mint condition, Barely used (few minutes maybe like 3 times tops). It's a very cool spring reverb unit. You can get a lot of weirdness out of it. It ended up not fitting in with my setup, and has sat unused. Sole owner, never left smoke free studio. The universal power wart seen in the picture will be included.

Infos from web:

The Ekdahl Moisturizer from Knas is a unique spring reverb unit featuring exposed strings for manually manipulable sonic effects. With the resonance set low, the unit is capable of raspy metallic sounds. An internal preamp boost external signals to up to ten times the gain, making the Ekdahl an ideal destination for low-level output instruments.

Additionally, the Ekdahl features an internally and externally routable LFO, CV/Expression control, and a crossover low-pass, bandpass, and high-pass filter for even more expressive madness.

MOISTURIZER FEATURES

Preamp (up to 10 times gain)

Reverb

Reverb / Preamp wet/dry crossfader (Knob & CV / EP controllable)

State variable filter with

Lowpass/Bandpass/Highpass seamless crossover (Knob, CV / EP & LFO controllable)

Cutoff (Knob, CV / EP & LFO controllable)

Resonance without a resonance limiter

LFO width

Speed control (Knob & CV/EP controllable)

Square / Triangle crossover

External output with output amplitude knob

Filter / No filter wet / dry crossfader (Knob & CV / EP controllable)

Spring Reverb with Exposed Springs

Rugged Construction

Solid Knobs

The Moisturizer was developed with the help of Jason Willett (Half Japanese, Leperchaun Catering), Martin Schmidt (Matmos, Instant Coffee), Joshua Atkins (Polygons, Major Powers), mom & dad and many more.

The Ekdahl Moisturizer from Knas is a unique spring reverb unit featuring exposed strings for manually manipulable sonic effects. With the resonance set low, the unit is capable of raspy metallic sounds. An internal preamp boost external signals to up to ten times the gain, making the Ekdahl an ideal destination for low-level output instruments."

No comments:

Post a Comment

PREVIOUS PAGE NEXT PAGE HOME



©2019 Matrixsynth - All posts are presented here for informative, historical and educative purposes as applicable within fair use.
MATRIXSYNTH is supported by affiliate links that use cookies to track clickthroughs and sales. See the privacy policy for details.
MATRIXSYNTH - EVERYTHING SYNTH