Noise Engineering has introduced Yester Versio, a three-tap delay for Eurorack modular systems that they say is designed to be straightforward and easy to control.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
“Yester Versio comes with controls over panning, delay feedback, and delay time, but we didn’t stop there. The Time control interacts with the Even/Triplet/Dotted switch, allowing for flexible delay syncing. These also work with the Tap button and jack input, making it easy to sync Yester to the rest of your patch and create interesting rhythms.
Use the DJ-style filter to shape your delays. Add flavor with Chorus, a bipolar control that adds a bit of clean pitch shifting or LFO-modulated effects. Turn up Fold for some gentle saturation, then gritty wavefolding, and at the top of the knob, to add in chaotic suboctaves for a bit of doom.
And of course, because it is a Versio, almost everything can be CV controlled.”
Yester Versio is based on Noise Engineering’s Versio stereo DSP platform. It’s basically a DSP hardware ‘brain’ that can be flashed with a variety of firmwares, so the platform can be used for a wide variety of functions. If you have any of the modules based on the Versio platform, you can load and test any of the Versio designs. You can also buy ‘hot-swappable’ overlays, to customize your panel to match whatever firmware you load.
Pricing and Availability:
Yester Versio is available now for $393.00 USD. Alternate panel overlays are available for $16.
2 thoughts on “Noise Engineering Intros Yester Versio Three-Tap Delay With Wave Folding, Pitch Shifting & More”
Three is the *best* number.
the ” Versio stereo DSP platform. ” – isn’t that a Daisy Seed tho? I love these, don’t get me wrong.