iMusicAlbum has introduced AltiSpace, a convolution reverb for iOS.
AltiSpace includes a large built-in library of the high quality reverb impulses, based on classic hardware reverbs. It also lets you load your own reverb space impulses
You can use this AltiSpace with Inter-App Audio hosts (like a DAW, Recorders or Audio file managers) or with Audiobus. It also can be used with external audio interfaces for real-time sound processing. Continue reading
Korg has introduced the SDD-3000 Pedal, a new delay pedal, based on the classic 80′s SDD-3000.
Here’s what they have to say about it: Continue reading
Glitchmachines has introduced Hysteresis, a free glitch delay effect plug-in, for Mac & Windows, geared toward creating ‘robotic artifacts and abstract musical malfunctions’.
Hysteresis features a delay effect with stutter, lowpass filter and modulation effects thrown into the feedback signal path.
Here’s what they have to say about Hysteresis: Continue reading
Plankton Electronics has released the Jellyfish V2 Modular - a PT2399 based delay in Eurorack format.
With 17HP it includes an input pot with saturation red led, a mix section, a LFO with an external output, Time, Fine and Feedback controls with infinite feedback, a sync input and many modulation possibilities.
- IN: attenuator for the incoming signal. The associated red led will start to glow just a few mV before the signal is clipping inside the delay IC. Note that when extreme feedback is used the led will glow independently of the incoming signal.
- WET & DRY: mix pots for the signals. WET control the amount of delay sent to the output while DRY sends the input signal directly to the out.
- TIME & FINE: delay time pots. The main control of the module. Turn it to get delay times from 27 to 570 mseg. NOTE: When powering up the machine these controls can not be in it’s lower position or the IC will not work. Turn it up a little bit before.
- FDBCK: feedback control. This is the amount of delayed signal that is send again inside the delay. It goes from 1 repetition to infinite.
- RATE: The frequency of the LFO.
- DEPTH: The amount of LFO signal that is sent to the time parameter of the delay. Very useful for create vibrato effects or other crazy deep sea sounds.
- WAVE: choose between a square or triangle wave for the LFO.
- CV TIME: attenuator for the incoming CVT signal.
- CV FDBCK: attenuator for the incoming CVF signal.
- CV WET: attenuator for the incoming CVW signal.
SineVibes has introduced Turbulence 2, a distortion processor that “bends” and “curls” the input signal in real time, transforming it into synthetic textures.
Here’s what they have to say about Turbulence:
Even the most basic waveforms instantly become rich sounds with great density and character. Almost all of Turbulence’s parameters are animated by an extremely flexible sequencer with each of its 32 steps having individual transformer model, curve, modulation envelope – allowing easy creation of complex, lively rhythmic soundscapes. Turbulence can also store eight full snapshots of itself within a single preset, letting you switch them during performance or via host automation.
Controlling all of this technology is never hard thanks to Turbulence’s clean and simple, colour-coded user interface. It is rendered by your Mac’s graphics processor which means super-swift responsiveness and zero effect on audio performance. And with subtle animations of parameter changes, using Turbulence is always nothing but a pleasure.
Moog Music has announced a limited-production release of the MF-104M Super Delay, based on Moog’s analog delay, the MF-104M.
- The MF-104M Super Delay features over 1.2 seconds of ‘vintage’ analog delay time, provided by 6 NOS (new old stock) Panasonic Bucket Brigade chips.
- The power supply, bias, and rail generating circuitry have all been improved from the original model, for greater sound quality and reduced microphonics.
- An Emphasis/De-Emphasis circuit has been added for reduced noise.
- Additionally, the delay-loop level matching circuitry from the 500 Series analog delay has been included for maximized feedback and mix stability.
“In 2005, we released the MF-104SD, of which only 250 units were ever produced,” said Cyril Lance, Moog Music Chief Engineer. “The new MF-104M Super Delay utilizes the identical vintage Bucket Brigade chips found in the classic MF-104SD, faithfully delivering a vintage grittiness that’s extremely musical.” Continue reading
This video, via AudioCentralMagazine, demos using the Strymon TimeLine Digital Delay with a Korg MS-20 analog synthesizer.
The Timeline is designed to put a studio-quality delay into an effects pedal. See the Strymon site for details. Continue reading
Savelii Kaliupanov has released Deregulator a ‘mini-processor’ of stereo effects, with Echo, Delay and Reverberator.
- Three linked effect module (Echo, Delay and Reverb)
- Randomisers for every parameters of this effects
- Ability to randomise all parameters at once
- Recording of affected audio to wav
- Share files to iTunes, AudioCopy 2, AudioShare
- Audiobus of course
- 25 non-factory presets slots
Here’s what they have to say about Deregulator: Continue reading