This is a demo of the Oto Biscuit Stereo Effects Processor.
Biscuit is a stereo sound effect processor. Thanks to a subtle blend of 8-bit digital and analog processing, Biscuit is able to create a wide range of sounds. It goes from 8-bit character and lo-fi digital artefacts to numeric distortions.
Biscuit is basically an enhanced bit depth and sample-rate reducer, known as “bitcrusher”, followed by an analog filter and a simple mixing section (dry/wet). It also offers other features like removing or inverting each of the 8 bits, changing the sample rate from 250Hz to 30kHz, or adding one of the four effects (waveshaper, delay, pitch shifter and step filter).
- Stereo inputs and outputs
- Input gain from -? to 15 dB with diode clipping
- Real 8-bit Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog converters
- Unique capability of muting and inverting each of the 8 bits
- Variable sample clock from 250 Hz to 30 kHz
- True analog multimode filter with resonance control
- FX section: Waveshaper, Delay, Pitch Shifter and Step Filter
- Separate control of dry and 8-bit signals • 16 presets
- MIDI : Continuous Controller, Beat Clock, Program Change and Sysex for presets • True relay Bypass
- Rugged metallic Neutrik© jacks
- Built like a tank: Thick metal case and strong build
Pricing is 529.00 €. It’s available via Schnieders Buero.