In his latest video, Ben ‘DivKid’ Wilson takes a look at the prototype for the new Synthesis Technology E520 Hyperion Stereo Effects Processor.
The Hyperion, currently under development via a Kickstarter project, is designed to go far beyond common Eurorack effects processors, which are generally based on the Spin FV-1 chip. The Hyperion will have more than 500 times the memory of a Spin FV-1 and be capable of sampling in stereo for over 20 minutes, running up to 32 audio effects and up to 24bit/48KHz sampling.
00:57 Video patch previews
02:26 Features and walkthrough
03:25 Resampling Mini-Delay (Tape, BBD, Clean)
06:01 Stereo Pitch Shifter
08:34 Stereo Frequency Shifter (+ Ring Modulation)
12:40 Spectral Delay + Pitch Shifter
13:57 Stereo Shimmer Reverb (patch one)
17:05 Stereo Shimmer Reverb (patch two)
18:05 Spectral Crusher
19:41 Stereo Flanger Delay (with LUSH diffusion!)
21:43 Auto Wah
22:02 Stereo Chorus
23:29 Spectral Time Machine (doing this real time is NUTS!)
Pricing and Availability
The Hyperion is available to project backers starting at $549 USD and is expected to ship in May of 2020. The project has reached its funding goal and its initial stretch goal.