Showing posts with label OAM. Show all posts
Showing posts with label OAM. Show all posts

Sunday, April 28, 2024

Dub techno magic with OAM Time Machine

video upload by Tom Churchill

"A quick patch exploration with the new Time Machine delay processor from Olivia Artz Modular, which in their words is 'a tactile interface for mixing together 8 delay lines with an input signal'.

This isn’t a sponsored video - I backed the original Kickstarter for the Time Machine and paid for my unit - I’m just a fan!"

You can find DivKid's video here.

Sunday, April 14, 2024

Modular Multi-Tap Delays // OAM Time Machine (FIRST PATCH EXPLORATION)

video upload by DivKid

"Here's my raw, unedited and literal first patch and experience with the Time Machine Eurorack module from OAM (Olivia Artz Modular). I've been excited for this one since I first saw it, I'm a huge delay fan and a multi-tap delay with loads of control was bound to have me interested!"

via OAM

Time Machine is a tactile interface for mixing together 8 delay lines with an input signal. At least that was the plan. We made a prototype and got like 300% funded on kickstarter, so we got to work.

As the DSP engine was refined a sonic character emerged that howls like guitar feedback while granulizing like the grey goo at the end of the universe. We leaned into this. The resulting module can create clocked rhythmic glitch effects, reverbs, chaos, and ego-death.

22 HP
25 mm deep
122 mA +12V, 8 mA -12V
24-bit audio in/out (-5V to +5V)
16-bit CV control (-5V to +5V)

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