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Analog Four MkII is shipping, Eventide presents its first Eurorack module, Antelope reveals the new high-end audio interаace

Analog Four MkII is shipping, Eventide presents its first Eurorack module, Antelope reveals the new high-end audio interаace

Eventide joins the mainstream, Elektron reminds of itself with definitely good news, Russian brand is wiiling to feature its own Mellotron, Electro-Harmonix Slammi Plus pedal fights back Digitech Whammy, Antelope Audio and PreSonus have something to share as well.

Keen-o-Tron

Keen Association presents Keen-o-Tron. The brand will demonstrate the new product at SoundMIT which is going to take place in Turin November 3-5.

The Russian manufacturer will feature the new fun Keen-o-Tron in Italy. The polyphonic instrument features a touch panel keyboard and uses the Chamberlin tape concept demonstrating a new kind of a device – Keen-o-Tron uses the sample playback via timbre control. The brand offers optronic master gate while introducing a most accurate VCA. The precision is at the highest level. You’ll get a 4-voice polyphony, pressure sensitive keys and wide sequencing possibilities. To learn more on pricing and availability you’ll have to wait a bit.

Eventide EuroDDL

Eventide has finaly entered the Eurorack market with their EuroDDL. The unit is a 16HP device featuring a digital delay circuit. The delay offering an external control is built to sound natural. With EuroDDL you get a mild saturation clipping, low pass filter with feedback, looping capability – and you’ll have it all analogue. Get a delay effect for looping, for a desired echo, or for flanging tricks. Fix it backwards to get a needed reverse effect. The DDL is essentially variable allowing you to change delay time smoothly within a wide range doing it with a remote CV or via tap tempo.

The new Eventide’s module will be demonstrated at the AES New York convention ’17 which will be held on October 18-20. You’ve got all of it to control your new unit – such options as kill, reverse, feedback, mix and low pass filter. The developers wanted it to behave as an analogue instrument keeping its naturalness at a maximum level. The delay module is based on the architecture of the 500 series delay unit.

Limited number is available. Look for details soon - general supply is scheduled for January 2018.

Elektron Analog Four MKII

Analog Four MKII is shipping. Elektron ensures an enjoyable use and friendly exploitation. The specs delivered keep your attention on 4 voices, 4 CV/Gates, a reworked analog circuitry, an audio output per voice, 2 expression/CV inputs, powerful Overbridge function.

The more detailed specification includes features you might want to refresh in your mind about Analog Four: 2 analog oscillators, 2 subs, 1 noise maker, 2 filters (24dB low pass ladder + 12dB multi-mode), stunning overdrive circuit, 2 LFOs, 3 envelopes, 4-note polyphony and a 4-part multitimbrality, most vital effect options (chorus, delay, reverb), sequencer (CV/Gate sequencing), and a catchall grip of connectivity selection, including balanced and stereo voice output, CV/Gate out, MIDI in/out/thru with DIN sync out, and more.

€1449 ($1399) is the price for the unit.

Electro Harmonix Slammi Plus

Electro-Harmonix pedal will give you a spectrum of shifts and pure harmonic joy. Slammi Plus is a pedal offering a pleasing choice of 11 polyphonic positions: the selector opts for a transposition interval including Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Minor 3rd, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, 1 Octave, 2 Octaves and 3 Octaves.

Get the polyphony out of it to the fullest shifting chords and even adding dry signal to the mix – X-Fade function is going to help you morph between a clean voice and a pitch-shifted note.

Antelope Audio Amari

Antelope Audio is going to demo its new product – Amari. The device represents a USB interface incorporating high-end technology inherent in professional audio interface units. The desktop compact tool features precise clocking and perfect conversion. Antelope has given it a full-sized touch screen and a DSP operated virtual emulation of retro equalizing and compression.

Brand’s ESS and AKM chips ensuring a 24 bit 192 kHz audio stream of high resolution are responsible for conversion.

Amari offers a wide connectivity range comprising a stereo pair of Combo-XLR analog inputs/outputs, a stereo pair of unbalanced RCA analog ins/outs featuring digital section with AES/EBU, S/PDIF, and TOSLINK ports, providing a Word Clock and an Atomic clock inputs, and a 3.0 USB.

PreSonus FaderPort 16

FaderPort 16 has been introduced by PreSonus in order to extend their line of DAW controllers. 16 touch sensitive faders are at your disposal. You can also control your audio with 89 backlit buttons. Scribble strips give visual feedback and the device indicates only those tracks which are currently active and running. Any navigation feature can be triggered with the main encoder and accompanying mixing buttons.

FaderPort 16 is smoothly compatible first of all with Studio One of course. Couple the DAW with the controller and you’ll get an efficient studio bundle.

Tags: Antelope Audio, PreSonus, Analog Four MkII, Slammi Plus, Electro-Harmonix, EuroDDL, Eventide, Mellotron, Keen-o-Tron, Amari

Published: 17:45 19.10.2017
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