MATRIXSYNTH: New Synth Effects in 2019

Showing posts with label New Synth Effects in 2019. Show all posts
Showing posts with label New Synth Effects in 2019. Show all posts

Monday, January 13, 2020

AMS Neve Introduces the RMX16 500 Series Module

Published on Jan 12, 2020 AMS Neve

Not a synth, but filing this one under synth effects. This one is in via Soviet Space Child.

"The AMS RMX16 was the world’s first microprocessor-controlled, full-bandwidth digital reverberator and characterised enormous numbers of seminal recordings from the 1980s onwards. It has remained an essential piece for any self-respecting studio ever since, and it's now available in 500 series format.

An 18kHz bandwidth, allowing it to also be used as a high quality digital delay line.

90dB dynamic range and 0.03% distortion in delay mode.

Adjustable input and output levels for optimum signal to noise performance.

Low power consumption (and therefore cool running).

Independent control of each program’s fundamental reverberant parameters.

Nudge Buttons to increment or decrement data for all selectable reverberation functions.

Alphanumeric program descriptions for ease of use when storing or recalling information for the unit’s memory.

New rotary push encoder enabling all parameters and settings to be adjusted by ear.

New wet/dry mix blend function.

New save/recall feature with 100 user-defined memory slots."

Friday, December 27, 2019

Ewa Justka's Ladder to Hell

Ladder to Hell DEMO Published on Dec 27, 2019 e j

This one in via brian comnes.

"Laddder to Hell is a celebration of resonance !!
based on Moog resonance filter - TRANSISTOR LADDER -
- OCD distortion (modified) [and below]

and ORIGINAL WASP filter : [and below]
(high and low pass)

AND Moog Lm 13700 filter [and below]
(also high and low pass)

audio input
CV for Moog resonance
and Wasp resonance

// i the demo i'm using TR09; TB03, vermona kickdrum and korg sequencer sq1//

you can purchase it here:"

Thursday, December 19, 2019

CrushShaper: Ultimate Creative Bitcrusher | Rhythmic Distortion | Vintage Lo-Fi | Multiband Enhancer

Published on Dec 19, 2019 Cableguys

"OUT NOW! Try free at Designed to inspire you in ways no ordinary bitcrusher can, CrushShaper is powered by Cableguys’ easy drawable LFOs and flexible envelope followers. Draw distorted rhythms. Make melodies lo-fi. Fatten your treble. Go 8-bit and beyond! And much more.

Music credits | Artist: SESA | Song: Crush
Music written & produced by: Serhat Sakin"

"Designed to inspire you in ways no ordinary bitcrusher can, CrushShaper is powered by Cableguys’ easy drawable LFOs and flexible envelope followers. Now you can crush specific hits and frequency ranges. Discover inspirational distortion patterns. Deploy tasteful mix tricks. Go 8-bit and beyond! It's the ultimate creative bitcrusher.

Running inside Cableguys' ShaperBox 2 effects plugin, use CrushShaper on its own or with other Shapers — they all work in exactly the same way, stacking up to create elaborate, multilayered effects that'll make your productions stand out."

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Krischer MS-20 Filter Clone

Published on Nov 27, 2019 John Krischer

Krischer brought us the Syclope mini single knob analog synth, the Octoscillator, and the three knobbed Poly Analog Synth.

Update: one more demo with the Poly Analog Synth:

Krischer / Ms-20 Filter clone

Published on Nov 27, 2019
Ce Clone du mythique filtre MS-20 vintage offre un Lowpass spectaculaire, avec une résonance puissante !

Le cutoff est contrôlable grâce au potentiomètre et via une entrée CV dotée d’un fine tune.

Astuce : Le filtre peut même résonner avec lui même en mettant le PEAK à fond pour créer un oscillateur contrôlable à 1v/oct via l’entrée Cv !

Fabriqué à la main à Paris, France.

99€ sur :

Krischer Reverb

via this auction

"This clone of the mythical MS-20 vintage filter offers a spectacular Lowpass, with a powerful resonance!
The cutoff is controllable with the potentiometer and via a CV input with a fine tune.

Hint: The filter can even resonate with itself by putting the PEAK at maximum to create a controllable oscillator at 1v / oct via the Cv input!

Handcrafted in Paris, France."

Saturday, November 02, 2019

Enjoy Electronics Reminder - MULTI FX for synths EXPLAINED @ SOUNDMIT

Published on Nov 2, 2019 BoBeats

"Reminder is a multi-fx unit which is surprisingly fun!

Check out Enjoy Electronics:
Check out Soundmit:

If you want to support my work check out

#FX #Delay #Bobeats"

Note this is the first Enjoy Electronics post on the site. The following are some videos and details from Enjoy Electronics.

RemindeЯ in Action
Double Pulse Delay in action!
Enjoy Electronics @ Bridge 48 - RemindeЯ
REmindEЯ - Working Modes
REmindEЯ - The magic wood of sound effects (Official spot)
REmindEЯ in action!
REmindEЯ in Action on MOOG DFAM


Multi-effect audio Processor

Comprehensive, all in one solution for intricate rhythms Echo space and width.

Direct and immediate access to all the parameters with dedicated knobs.

True-stereo indipendent delay allowing you to create complex rhythmic patterns.

Reverbs with Size and Resonance High-Pass filter - knob.

Double (Chamberlin) Filter with 12 dB/octave roll-off, adjustable resonance

4 Waveform Sync-able LFO

A full, four-channel (quadraphonic) system will reproduce the Left Front, Left Back, Right Front, and Right Back audio signals in each of four separate speakers.

Assignable Foot Switch

Tap Tempo

Intuitive OLED Display

Low latency USB Audio

USB or 5-pin MIDI interface

Monday, October 07, 2019

SYNTHFEST 2019 - EvenHarmonic Stomp Synth

Published on Oct 7, 2019 sonicstate

"Evenharmonics were showing a proof of concept modular analog synth built into discrete, patchable pedals controlled by guitar.

Still at the concept stage - the 'should I build it?'
So if you're interested, register your interest at"

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Ninja Tune & Erica Synths Unveil The Zen Delay

Published on Sep 18, 2019 Ninja Tune

"New effects unit is Ninja Tune’s first hardware product & first-ever FX unit produced by an electronic label
Uniquely fuses digital & analogue with its powerful stereo dub delay, 24 dB synth-filter and valve saturation and overdrive all in perfect BPM sync in a one-of-a-kind hardware box
Fit for both on stage and in the studio, offering state-of-the-art quality, powerful & easy-to-use effects for all

18 September 2019, London: Ninja Tune and Riga-based modular synth manufacturer Erica Synths have teamed up to create a custom dub delay effects unit, the Zen Delay.

Inspired by a trip to Berlin’s trailblazing music hardware trade show Superbooth, Coldcut’s Matt Black and longtime friend Dr Walker (Liquid Sky artist collective / Air Liquide) envisaged the exciting possibilities of a custom hardware effects unit. The result is the creation of the Zen Delay — the first-ever hardware effects unit produced in collaboration with an electronic music label.

Bringing together the best of the digital and analogue worlds, the Zen Delay is a BPM-synched stereo delay line, combining extreme feedback ranges for dub and experimental lo-fi effects with a multi-mode 24 dB synth filter and valve overdrive.

Created and manufactured by Erica Synths, the unit is housed in a metal case with Erica Synths’ signature bakelite knobs and a valve circuit for extra analogue warmth. While sonically versatile, it is incredibly easy to use — each function has a physical knob that you can play around with without diving into manuals or scrolling through menus on a tiny screen.

Friday, September 06, 2019

New Chase Bliss Blooper Looper

Published on Mar 5, 2019 Knobs

Currently on Kickstarter

"In January of 2018, shortly after the Winter NAMM show, my friend Knobs and I were on a plane to San Francisco. It's difficult to describe the feelings surrounding the immediate aftermath of a NAMM show, but we are a bit loony. We were also excited because we were going to visit one of our favorite musicians, Tycho (this trip yielded this video). Throughout the flight, Knobs kept talking about how there were no loopers out there that fit his needs, and at some point in the flight we just looked at each other and said, "Should we make a looper together?" We began working on the concept immediately.

A few months later, we enlisted the help of DSP code guru Mark Seel of 3 Degrees Audio to help fully realize the radical ideas that Knobs had. Several months later we added Parker Coons (former DOD / Digitech engineer) to help with hardware design and to provide general engineering support.

In January of 2019, one year after the idea was originally conceived, we found ourselves at a crossroads. We had worked tirelessly to demonstrate our ideas and to develop a physical prototype to show at the Winter NAMM show. Getting the hardware in its first iteration was a photo finish with the start of the tradeshow. We had our prototype and we had our booth, but there was just one problem... the prototype just kind of sucked. We knew it had promise, of course, but our original ideas just did not translate well when we finally actually had the thing in front of us.

So, we decided to do something a little risky, and a little weird. We decided to show the prototype anyway, and just tell people right there at the show what we felt was wrong with it. Then, we decided to document our progress on the device, and gather feedback from other musicians both at the NAMM show and through online comments of our YouTube videos.

Of course we don't expect everyone to actually watch all of this stuff so here is what we believe to be the most exciting features about blooper:

40 seconds max loop time (48kHz, 16 bit) with ultra-low-noise hardware / XMOS DSP processor, 32 save-able presets and full undo / redo capability

8 layers of undo / redo, unlimited overdubs (oldest layer gets discarded after 8)

Layers knob to navigate through undo / redo layers

6 loop modifiers (quantized & free time/speed changes, scrambler, trimmer, filter and dropper) available over 2 independent channels

Normal, additive (effects get recorded), and one-shot sampling modes

Full midi implementation via 1/4" TRS

Repeats knob for fading loops or to use blooper like a tap-tempo delay

CV clock sync and modulation control

Stability control introducing optional tape and warble effects to loop.

Chase Bliss ramping control (including randomization and ability to sync to loop time)

Expression control over any parameter either individually or simultaneously

Dip-switches for customizing behavior: dry kill, straight to overdub, etc.

In closing, thank you so much for all of your support and feedback so far. This has largely been a community driven project, and feels especially appropriate for Kickstarter. We are targeting a release / ship date of Thursday, December 12th so that bloopers are safely received by Christmas / Winter Holidays."

Wednesday, September 04, 2019

S-CAT New Digital Delay

Published on Sep 4, 2019 Space Cat Audio Technologies

"First test of the new modulating delay. Mic pre and instrument input with independent delay levels. Midi clock, tap tempo and manual rate control. Hold function."

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

3 Delays You'll actually Use | Arturia | Software instruments

Published on Aug 27, 2019 Arturia

"3 Delays You'll actually Use" is the product/package name. Overview tutorial videos below.

"Iconic stage, studio, and creative delays ready to explore in your DAW. The complete delay package: tape, BBD, and digital. From adding tasteful width and space to your mixes, to experimental feedback drones, this collection has everything you need."

Tutorials | 3 Delays You'll Actually Use - Delay ETERNITY

Published on Aug 27, 2019 Arturia

"A totally original #Arturia design, #Delay ETERNITY takes a deceptively simple digital delay and transforms it into something breathtaking. Make your vocals quirky and cool in an instant; creating a resonating, harmonic drone from any sound; shake up a loop and create something totally new. The possibilities are practically limitless."

Tutorials | 3 Delays You'll Actually Use - Delay TAPE-201

Published on Aug 27, 2019

"The Arturia Delay TAPE-201 gives you everything you love about the sound of vintage hardware tape delays, but with the reliability and versatility of software. Simple to use, fun to tweak, and with the most authentic tape delay emulation ever found in a software effect, Delay Tape-201 will give you that spacious, reverberating delay you crave."

Tutorials | 3 Delays You'll Actually Use - Delay MEMORY BRIGADE

Published on Aug 27, 2019

"Arturia’s Delay MEMORY-BRIGADE takes the creative, dark BBD analog echo from the pedalboard, and puts it in your DAW, free from the worries of spilled drinks, dead batteries, and whether or not it’s “true bypass”. From tight slapback delays to never-ending feedback noise, the “bucket brigade” offers so many creative options, and as a software plugin, you can use it on anything you want - not just guitars."

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Madrona Labs Introduces Aaltoverb

via Madrona Labs

"Hi there, it’s been some while. I'm excited to be writing you again, with the big news that there's a new beastie in the Madrona Labs family. Meet Aaltoverb, our very first effect.

A number of times over the years, people have asked if Aalto’s reverb could be made into its own plugin. The thing is, our focus here at Madrona Labs is on instruments, not effects. And so it didn't really seem to make sense to add a reverb to our lineup. But more time passed, and I started to think, what features would a performance reverb have? This question led to Aaltoverb, a reverberator with a focus on dramatic sound sculpting and completely smooth tweakability.

Aaltoverb’s coolest trick is this: you can smoothly change the size of the virtual space that the sound is reverberating in. This results in in pitch shifting that is reminiscent of what tape delays do when the speed changes. But instead of a single speed, the shift applies to the whole acoustic space, vibrating “air” and all. So a giant room can turn smoothly into a small and natural sounding chamber, and then into a tiny and very unnatural resonator. With longer decay times, weird spring-like beasties can be found along the way.

The controls are minimal, and are meant to interact in musical and inspiring ways. You can read all about Aaltoverb on the website, and in the manual. It's short but tells about some tricks you might not figure out otherwise. And: cartoons!

Aaltoverb 1.0.0 is available now as a 64-bit VST3 for Windows, and as 64-bit VST and Audio Units for Mac OS X. A single license covers both Mac and Windows and is $35.

Get a bundle deal!
Another thing people have asked about over the years is bundle deals. You know, where you buy more than one plugin at a time and as a result you get a discount. This was hard to imagine doing until our web maestro Philip did a bunch of work to modernize the site, including adding a shopping cart feature. But now that's done—and so are bundles.

They work very simply and so we're calling it the Simple Bundle feature. Buy more than one plugin in a single transaction, and save 15% off the entire purchase. That's it. Even if one of the plugins is, say, $35.

You’ll notice that Stripe, not PayPal, is now the default method of payment. We didn't want to leave people out in the cold just because PayPal didn't work in their regions, and since you need a credit card to get PayPal in the first place, hopefully this is more universal. We're always trying to improve the purchase experience, so please let us know how Stripe works for you. If you need or prefer to pay by PayPal for some reason, please get in touch.

Get the T-shirt!
I really love excuses to make a new T-shirt, and Aaltoverb's release seemed like a great one. I thought this one should be a collaboration and happily, Leafcutter John was into the idea. You might know the music he has put out on labels like Planet Mu and Border Community. This year he's gone and made a machine for making artworks, a homemade pen plotter, and the drawings he's making with it have really been pinging my visual cortex in a pleasant way. And so we made a shirt:

The design reminds me of sound decaying, and also of fabric being folded, and the analog robot quality is just (chef's kiss). I am wearing one nearly all the time, and you can too.

What about Sumu?
A long story that must be told short here, because it's nearly the cocktail hour. Very short version: I'm excited about Sumu, and now that Aaltoverb is out I can get back to finishing it.

Slightly longer version: I have some new design ideas for Sumu that required a lot of infrastructure work to pull off. Some to do with graphics and animation, and more on the DSP side of things. Well I dove into that infrastructure work and when I looked up it was a year later, or something. So both as a first use of the new framework and a way to, you know, ship a product, I decided to focus on the Aaltoverb release first. It's a cool enough reverb on its own, but to me it represents a lot more that's been done under the hood. As fall rolls around and I dive back into Sumu and Soundplane work I'm going to share some more about what's going on in there. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy the sounds.

Madrona Labs"

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Zerone | Audio Particle Splitter

Published on Aug 13, 2019 Puremagnetik

"Zerone is an audio particle splitter that uses granular processes to dissect sound. It has two branches of granular processors that can time compress/expand and iterate over time segments.

On one end of the processing spectrum, Zerone is a repeat, timestretch and stutter-like effect. On the other end, it is a complex space creator with huge washes of evolving, cascading ambiences. Using these processing techniques together, Zerone excels as a sound design tool for discovering new sounds hidden within your audio."

Friday, August 02, 2019

C4 Synth Preview: Guitar & Bass Synthesizer

Published on Jun 14, 2019 sourceaudioeffects

"The C4 Synth unites all the sound construction tools of a classic Eurorack modular synthesizer and packages them in a compact and easy-to-use effects pedal for guitar or bass. It is essentially a modular synth in a box with unprecedented tracking abilities, lightning-fast response, and a vast universe of sound options.

The C4 Synth is scheduled for release in July 2019. This preview is a compilation video made up of Instagram posts created during the development of the pedal between the months of 1/19 to 6/19."

Tone Matching the C4 Synth with an Analog Modular Synthesizer Published on Aug 2, 2019 sourceaudioeffects

"Source Audio's Chief Scientist Bob Chidlaw takes us step-by-step through the process of creating a sound with a modular synthesizer and mimics the process with a C4 Synth effects pedal for guitar and bass. The C4's Neuro Desktop Editing was inspired by the sound creation tools a real analog synthesizer. The C4 is essentially a Eurorack modular synth in a stompbox.

Users can create and publish their own custom sounds with the Neuro Editor or simply download presets from the library of C4 User Presets created by the Source Audio team and the ever-growing C4 Synth user community."

via Source Audio

"The C4 Synth unites all the sound creation tools of a classic Eurorack modular synthesizer and packages them in a compact and easy-to-use effects pedal for guitar or bass. Out of the box the C4 offers six dynamic synth tones that range from vintage analog to the thoroughly modern. It is essentially a modular synth in a small pedal with unprecedented tracking abilities, lightning-fast response, and countless sound options. With the addition of the Neuro Desktop Editor (a free download for Mac and Windows machines) and Mobile App. (for iPhone and Android) it's easy to browse from the ever-growing library of highly-inspired presets created by the Source Audio crew and the expanding community of C4 enthusiasts."

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

New Alpes Machines Stereo One-O-Six Chorus

Compare Juno106 Chorus versus Alpes Machines Stereo One-O-Six Chorus Published on Jul 24, 2019 ALPES MACHINES

"Testing the Roland Chorus versus the Alpes Machines One-O-Six Stereo chorus. Both unit are based on the same circuitry : BBD analogue delay chipset.

The Stereo One-O-Six Chorus uses two MN3007 (1024 stage) which are clocked 4x faster than on the Roland, hence the low noise. Moreover, the alpes machines product use a modulator (triangle LFO) with variable Rate and Depth : it goes beyond the Roland possibilities.

Notice an external 1/8" jack to connect an external modulation source and the Direct Mute switch to mute the direct signal (vibrato effect).

For the test, the audio signal is taken at the output of the Juno VCA and injected inside both Chorus (Roland and Alpes Machines).

Crossfader Channel A is Juno 106 stereo output while crossfader channel B is One-O-Six stereo output. Both channels are aligned to the same level.

It is a multicam shooting, master audio is recorded to a digital recorder without mastering or signal treatment."

Alpes Machines brought us the Matrix Ctrlr / Controller.

via Alpes Machines

"A box based on Roland Juno Chorus circuit with Rate and Depth controls.

Use MN3009 or MN3007 and a DC-DC step up inverter to get genuine Rolandish tone.

Technical specs :

Line level input : 0dBu
Mono 1/4″ TS Jack input
Line level Output : 0dBu
Stereo 1/4″ TRS Jack outputs
S/N : 85dB
power : typically 9VDC 2.1mm barrel center negative (7-12VDC compatible, similar to stompbox )
power consumption on 220V AC : 2.9 W & 8.9 VA (all LEDs lit and Roland PSU-1U)
+15V rail : 190 mA
-15V rail : 90mA
weight : 0.410 Kg (no battery)"

Sunday, July 21, 2019

HKA Design Digitizer Bitcrusher Pedal

Published on Jul 21, 2019 Harry Axten

"This is a digital sampling bitcrusher pedal I've been working on recently. It samples at 8/6/4 bit resolution and is based around an ATmega328P microcontroller.

The project is open hardware - all of the design files, code and construction details can be found on my website:"

Demo with the Sequential Prophet-6.

Sunday, July 14, 2019

EMS Rehberg Analyse-Filterbank B1-II pair with matched serial numbers

Note: Auction links are affiliate links for which the site may be compensated.

via this auction

Another one in via M Me. I believe these are the first to be featured on the site. Anyone know when they were produced? I'm not finding them on the EMS Rehberg site.

"EMS Rehberg Analyse-Filterbank B1-II pair (2) available for sale! These units are ultra rare and it’s probably the only chance to find two with matched serial numbers. Both units are just been serviced and in perfect working condition.

The building quality is impressive with those long Penny & Giles faders, Pikatron and Haufe transformers and the Reticon filter chips inside. This are high-end studio effects with a phenomenal sound...

Both units are working on 220v and the serial numbers are: 223 & 224."

Pic of the inside below.

Thursday, July 11, 2019

BOSS SY-1 Synthesizer featuring Thomas McRocklin

Published on Jul 11, 2019 BOSSchannel

Why do I feel like the SY-1 has been out for a while? Shouldn't it come before the SYB-3 and SYB-5 synth bass pedals? Some high level details:


The BOSS SY-1 Synthesizer transforms any guitar or bass into a versatile synthesizer sound without a special pickup. 121 ultra-responsive sounds in a compact pedal, all ready to play—with no programming needed.

This amazingly expressive pedal offers latency-free performance that’s a natural extension of your instrument, check out the performance by Thomas McRocklin.

With its 11 categories and 121 total sounds, the SY-1 puts an enormous array of synth colors at your fingertips. Expressive leads, sweeping pads, layered organs, fat basses, and more are all on tap, plus a variety of rhythmic synth patterns that are a blast to jam with. And with the grab-and-go Tone/Rate and Depth knobs, you’re able to adjust any synth voice just how you like, including changing the pitch on some sounds.

SY-1 Sound Types

• LEAD 1/2—A wide range of sounds suitable for single-note soloing.
• PAD—Full tones that work great with chords, from layered pads to synth brass and more.
• BASS—Fat synth bass sounds, including filtered and sub-octave tones.
• STR—Classic analog-style strings, including layered voices and sweeping textures.
• ORGAN—A large selection of organ sounds, including many with rotary-style modulation.
• BELL—Percussive synth sounds with metallic resonance.
• SFX 1/2—A variety of synth sound effects, including explosive one-shot sounds, animated pitch/filter voices, and more.
• SEQ 1/2—Pulsating sounds with rhythmic pitch or filter changes."

Friday, June 28, 2019

Features Overview: Boredbrain INTRFX Eurorack FX Interface

Published on Jun 28, 2019 Boredbrain Music

"This video demonstrates how to use the Boredbrain INTRFX, which facilitates effects processing between eurorack, guitar pedals and electronic instruments.

3 channels of send & return level conversion
Per-channel selection of either eurorack thru pedals or line-instrument thru eurorack
FX blend control with CV input
Capable of FX feedback and linear VCA functionality
Small tabletop form-factor"

via Boredbrain

The INTRFX facilitates effects processing between eurorack, guitar pedals and electronic instruments.

3 channels of send & return level conversion
Per-channel selection of either eurorack thru pedals or line-instrument thru eurorack
FX blend control with CV input
Capable of FX feedback and linear VCA functionality
Small tabletop form-factor

Want to connect outboard gear to your eurorack synthesizer without taking up valuable HP in your case? The INTRFX allows eurorack-level signals to be processed with pedals and/or outboard effects, and also allows line-level instruments to be processed with eurorack modules. Each of its three channels has an Interchange Switch to swap this mode, as well as an FX Blend parameter which can be controlled via CV. Because of its compact physical design, the INTRFX can be placed almost anywhere and connected to eurorack systems with 3.5mm patch cables rather than bulkier 1/4-in cables.

Feedback effects can be achieved by switching into the "wrong" mode, sending the FX return back into the FX send, while still allowing for dry signal blend and modulation. Channels can also be patched into one another and toggled between modes for experimental routing. Conveniently, each channel can operate as a reversed linear VCA for both audio and DC signals when no effects are used.

Whether you'd like to patch eurorack through some classic pedals or run a drum machine through your gnarliest modules, INTRFX makes these connections easy and flexible.

Thursday, June 20, 2019

New Bode Frequency Shifter from WaveFront_Audio

via WaveFront_Audio

"The Bode Frequency Shifter modulates the entire frequency spectrum of a signal input

through the amount set manually and the added control voltage inputs.

Five different shift bands are available.

In EXP. position, a one volt increase at the control sum

doubles the amount of the

frequency shift.

The side bands, created by the Bode Frequency Shifter

would shift to the incoming audio signal.

In linear modes 4 different scales are available:
1. +/- 5Hz;
2. +/- 50 Hz;
3. +/- 500 Hz;
4. +/- 5 KHz.

These scale positions go through zero shifting.

It's a REAL one!


WaveFront_Audio BODE FREQUENCY SHIFTER: 1.700 euro (plus VAT and shipping)"

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

The Delaydelus 2 by Bleep Labs

Published on Jun 19, 2019 Bleep Labs

"The Delaydelus2 is a modular friendly follow up to our original sampler/delay instrument.

By Daedelus and Dr. Bleep with graphic design by Trek Matthews

Preorder it now at

• Stereo 16bit 44kHz audio i/o
• Banana plug patch bay allows you to play up to 4 samples at once triggered from the two arcade buttons or trigger inputs.
• Control the speed and direction of the samples with the knobs as well as the CV FM (-5V to 10V) input
• CV envelope follower out (0-8V) based on audio playback level
• Trigger outs (10V) from each sampler button.
• One shot mode, Gate (mpc style) mode, + Send external audio through the built in 1 second stereo delay.
• Record into one of 10 banks. Each can hold up to 17 seconds of high quality audio.
• Delay sync in and out with the ability to divide and multiply incoming sync rate.
• Micro SD card slot allows loading and saving WAV files to and from the 10 banks.
• Built-in new samples from Daedelus
• Powered by a 12V DC adapter - included.

First 90 units will ship by September and will include a limited edition pin designed by Trek Matthews

Is it a module? The Delaydelus 2 is a stand alone unit that can send and receive standard CV and triggers for a eurorack modular or anything else. Self patching is encouraged. The device takes -5 to 9V CV inputs, triggers over 3V, sends 10V triggers, and sends 0-8V CV out Audio in and outs are line level AC coupled.

Is it an effect? Yes you can use it as a stereo delay effect with one of the 2 through modes. Delay times of the left and right channels are independently adjustable.

Can I send signals directly into the banana jack patch bay? Yes if you are using a banana jack system the samples can be triggered directly but the two devices must be grounded. One way to do this is by using one of the ⅛” jacks which is why the ⅛” trigger inputs are an easier way of externally triggering the device."


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