Strymon has announced that it is killing the Generalissimo, which was to be their first Eurorack module. We filmed a hands-on demo with the Strymon Generalissimo – a voltage-controller Eurorack Four Head dTape Echo machine – at the 2016 NAMM Show. While it looked and sounded impressive, Strymon has announced that it’s cancelling development on the Generalissimo and… Read More Strymon Kills The Generalissimo, But Still Has Euro Plans
Korg shared this video demo for their SDD-3000 delay pedal, showcasing how it works with synthesizers – in this case, a Korg ARP Odyssey:… Read More Korg SDD-3000 Delay Pedal With Synthesizer (KARP Odyssey)
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Luke Killen, captures a live modular synth dub jam session. He says that he’s been building a live set for a gig, and ‘made a quick jam of the set as it is progressing as a document of the process.’
Plankton Electronics has introduced The Jellyfish – a PT2399-based Eurorack delay module. Features: PT2399 based Eurorack delay module Delay time from 32 miliseconds to 1,23 seconds LFO with triangle and square waves to modulate the delay time. With individual output “SYNC!” input to synchronize the delay time with a pulse wave “Lo-Fi” function to distort and… Read More Plankton Electronics Intros The Jellyfish Modular Voltage-Controlled Modular Delay
4ms shared this pair of videos that demonstrate its Dual Looping Delay – a modern digital delay module that offers delay, looping, and sample-tight synchronization. The first video covers the basics of the Time knob, Feedback, Delay Feed and Mix, using channel B only.
Native Instruments has introduced Replika XT – a creative multi-mode delay plugin for OS X & Windows. The five delay modes span crisp digital repeats, ‘analog warmth’, and experimental textures. Additionally, seven effects and advanced options let you add depth and width to mixes.
Numerical Audio has introduced RP-1, a flexible stereo delay for iPhone and iPad that supports Audiobus, Inter-App Audio, Ableton Link and more. RP-1 also comes with a solid standalone application that makes real-time effects processing as simple as connecting a USB Audio Interface or singing into the internal microphone.
Source Audio has released the Nemesis Delay, a powerful stereo delay pedal, featuring 24 distinct effect engines, ranging from vintage tape, analog, and oil can delays to advanced pitch shifting, reverse, filter modulating, and rhythmic delays. The Source Audio Nemesis Delay features 56-bit processing, eight onboard presets, multiple delay taps, a hold function, tap tempo, full… Read More Source Audio Intros Nemesis Delay Stereo Effects Pedal