Glad I waited. Research time.
Thanks for the Head's up!
I've read there's a lot going on under the hood for these, though it's also using the cheap pt2399 chip.
I don't want to say that the pt2399 is a bad chip at all, it's just you can get them for about $1.50. It's the circuit you build around it.O1B wrote: ↑15 Jan 2020Thanks for the chip heads up... ill keep an eye out for confirmation.
Im good with my Delay choices... a couple more to try... Z-DSP... Rainmaker...
But, I really need a nice Reverb mod.
Catblack wrote: ↑15 Jan 2020...
I'm probably going to use one or two for timing in a mod of a cheap chinese reverb module I'm working on. If it all turns out ok I'll maybe have a pcb/panel set designed this spring. I've got to get the units, breadboard, then stripboard and then design a pcb.
I should do a thread here with my builds so far...
Check out the specs on https://www.vult-dsp.com/freak
Looks really great.
Moogfest 2019 was cool, and so was building a $1500 "free" module, the Spectravox. Sadly, there's no Moogfest 2020, and I had to sell my Spectravox to fund some other things I needed to take care of in there studio.
Noise Engineering just dropped a new dedicated reverb module at NAMM this week, Desmodus Versio
DJMaytag wrote: ↑16 Jan 2020Noise Engineering just dropped a new dedicated reverb module at NAMM this week, Desmodus Versio
Qu-Bit Aurora also was announced at NAMM, and if it's as good as Bloom, Prism, & Chord (I bought all three recently), then Aurora should be amazing.
https://www.gearnews.com/namm-2020-qu-b ... e-modules/
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