MATRIXSYNTH: Noise Engineering Desmodus Versio: Stereo reverb Eurorack module and DSP platform

Friday, July 31, 2020

Noise Engineering Desmodus Versio: Stereo reverb Eurorack module and DSP platform

Noise Engineering

Preorder Desmodus Versio NOW:
Desmodus Versio ships August 7.


0:12 Preview
1:23 Demo with Rings
1:50 Demo with Manis Iteritas
2:23 Demo with Basimilus Iteritas Alter (BIA)
2:48 The seven parameters
5:28 Two mode switches and FSU (Fuck Shit Up)
7:22 The CV controls
7:50 DSP Platform and firmware info
8:03 What with the bats?
8:25 JAM

And the press release:

"Price/Availability:​ MSRP: US$345, In stock, shipping August 7, 2020

Los Angeles, California: Noise Engineering​ announces the release of Desmodus Versio,​ a 10hp stereo in/stereo out synthetic-tail generator reverb with a generous helping of attitude. Seven CV-controlled parameters and three reverb modes make creating wild reverberant spaces a joy. Pre-orders open July 31. ​Desmodus Versio​ ships August 7, 2020.

Desmodus Versio​ is Noise Engineering’s take on reverb. It features true stereo in and out, seven CV-controlled parameters, and three reverb modes. The parameters are designed with performance and immediacy in mind. Morph between almost infinite reverby sounds with the twist of a few knobs; three reverb modes offer more texture and space options with clean, distorted, and pitch-shifting shimmer settings. ​Desmodus Versio​’s feedback control creates regenerations that never die. Turn up the control and the reverb ducks when it receives signals at its input, useful for creating sidechain ducking and atmospheres for percussion. Hit the FSU button to “freeze stuff” up. No input? No problem. Hit FSU to inject a tiny bit of noise to stimulate the tank and engage the reverb. Whether you make hard-hitting techno, ambient, industrial, sound design, or something else completely, ​Desmodus Versio​ has a place in your rack.

Desmodus Versio​ isn’t just a reverb, though: it’s a DSP platform. Its firmware can be changed via USB, so it can be transformed into a completely different effect with new firmwares coming late 2020. Are you programming savvy? Open-source support will be released later this year.

And what’s better than buying a new module? Supporting a great cause at the same time! A portion of proceeds from every ​Desmodus Versio​ sold goes to Bat Conservation International. Find out why bats are not only cool but also an important part of our ecosystem at Bat Conservation International’s website, ​​."

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