MATRIXSYNTH: Noise Engineering Introduces Lacrima Versio

Monday, October 11, 2021

Noise Engineering Introduces Lacrima Versio

via Noise Engineering

Bring guitar-inspired effects into your rack with the devil’s autowah from Noise Engineering:

Lacrima Versio firmware

Los Angeles, CA — Lacrima Versio is Noise Engineering’s take on the classic autowah, in stereo, and with a twist.

Lacrima’s roots are in analog Autowah pedals. As a fan of the wah-pedal sound, Noise Engineering’s Doer of Many Things Kris Kaiser wanted to do a NE version of a wah as part of the Ruina line of analog distortions. The team was the better part of the way through a schematic when they realized that this would fit well on the Versio platform, and changed course.

Lacrima Versio features an envelope follower that controls a high-resonance filter. Morph the filter between lowpass, bandpass, and highpass slopes, and Lacrima covers all the sounds you’d expect from a typical wah – but this is not your typical wah. Route an adjustable distortion pre, post, or pre+post

filter for some saturation crunch. Add width and motion (and just a little otherworldly tone) to your sounds with a stereo chorus. Last but not least, use the Mod parameter to add audio-rate modulation and octavizing to your signal.
Lacrima Versio is way more fully featured than the module it started as, and even better, it’s available as a free download to anyone with any Versio module at the Noise Engineering Customer Portal ( Beautiful panel overlays will be available soon through Noise Engineering’s collaboration with Winterbloom.

Notable features:
• Stereo autowah with unique features: for everything from classic sounds to extreme filtering
• Adjustable and routable saturation distortion
• Juno-inspired chorus
• Octavizer and audio-rate modulation
• Guitar-inspired effects take your rack into a new realm

• Free to Versio module owners
• Availability: Download at the Noise Engineering Customer Portal starting on October 14, 2021

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