MATRIXSYNTH: Késako Player & Reverb - SAMPLE SELECT via CV

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Késako Player & Reverb - SAMPLE SELECT via CV


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"Selecting with an LFO the samples via CV In and switching LOOP on/off.
No external effect applied."



via Batchas

PLAYER is based on Tom Whitwell’s Radio Music open source project.
REVERB is based on Tom Whitwell’s Spring Reverb MK2 open source project.

The module runs on -15V/0V/+15V and is tested in a Buchla 200e original cabinet.
It comes ready to play with a few samples on a 16GB Sandisk Ultra microSDHC and a Belton BTDR-2H Digital Reverb Brick installed.

Included is:
– SD card adapter.
– Power cable.

Not included:
– Mounting screws.

REVERB was tested with and calibrated for a Belton BTDR-2H Digital Reverb and an Accutronics 9EB2C1B Spring Reverb Tank. The brick is installed on the module. The spring reverb tank is optional and can be either connected plugged to the front or to the back of the module.

IMPORTANT:
Please notice that the START POINT function is a bonus that still does not work 100% like it should. I’ll give my best to solve it in a future firmware update.

Supported sample formats:
• .RAW = 16 Bit / 44.1 kHz – Headerless Wav files
• .WAV = 16 Bit / 44.1 kHz

Specifications:
• Size: 7 x 4.25 inches
• Depth behind panel: 2 inches
• Power: -15V/0V/+15V

Additional demos:

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