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
Sound designer Diego Stocco has created a new video, A Fisttul of Leaves, that demonstrates how to transform the sound of a leaf blower into a complete track. At the 2016 NAMM Show, Stocco was demoing the Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere and how it lets import and use your own audio samples. As an example, he used a sound that… Read More Diego Stocco’s ‘A Fistful Of Leaves’ Shows You How To Score With The Sound Of A Leafblower
At the 2016 NAMM Show, TC Electronic introduced the Ditto X4 Looper, the latest addition to their line of looper pedals. The Ditto X4 Looper builds on its predecessor by adding 2 loop tracks, 2 loop modes, 7 loop FX, loop decay, MIDI Sync/CC, loop import/export and stereo I/Os.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Tribal Tools introduced the Kadabra, a unique new wireless musical instrument. The instrument is made of hardwood and combines electronics, software algorithms and ergonomic design. There are 24 capacitive copper pipe keys carved into the lower part of the body, flanked by multicolored LED lighting. The upper section is home to 12… Read More Tribal Tools Kadabra Wireless Musical Instrument (Sneak Preview)
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we talked with Mickey Delp of Delptronics and he gave us an introduction to his new Eurorack modules.
Our coverage of the Yamaha Montage synthesizer introduction generated a lot of questions from readers about FM-X – the company’s ‘modern, pure Frequency Modulation synthesis’ engine. So, we talked with Yamaha product specialist Blake Angelos, right, to find out more. “Although it’s is based on the same type of synthesis as the DX-7,” said Angelos, “It is very… Read More Yamaha FM-X Synthesis: Way More Powerful Than A DX-7
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we talked with synthesist Craig Padilla, above, about his custom Synthrotek MST Eurorack modular synthesizer.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we talked with synthesizer pioneer Dave Rossum, who co-founded E-Mu Systems in 1971 and created the E-Mu Modular System. Rossum has a new company, Rossum Electro-Music. In the video above, Rossum tells the story of his new company and introduces his four new Eurorack modules.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Abstract Data was showing some updates to its existing Eurorack line, along with prototypes of new modules for 2016.
Here’s an overview and demo of the Soulsby Synthesizers Oscitron Eurorack Wavetable Oscillator from the 2016 NAMM Show.