The Skychord Cloudbuster – A Sequentially Modulated Lo-Fi Echo Machine

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The Skychord Cloudbuster is a sequentially modulated lo-fi echo machine.

At the heart of the cloudbuster is a four stage sequencer that modulates the delay time via a sequencer. This sequencer has a length of 2 or 4 steps.

According to Skychord, the Cloudbuster features ‘harmonically dark burned out lightning strike repeats, howling gore ripping feedback, nightmare time based gurgling, and heavenly comatose modulations.’

The video above demonstrates the Cloudbuster being used with a Juno 106 synthesizer.

The Skychord Cloudbuster is available for US $375.

via wiretotheear

 

 


4 thoughts on “The Skychord Cloudbuster – A Sequentially Modulated Lo-Fi Echo Machine

  1. WhatEVER kind of Juno it is, it sounded better before they turned the Cloudbuster on.
    Sorry to be a hater, but…..

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  2. I rather like it. Sounds reminiscent of classic electronic music (at least on my Mac). Saucer Full of Secrets, anyone?

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