Paul nailed it! Big thanks to Paul Nagle and the Sound On Sound magazine for this great review! RT-311 Swarm Oscillator Review at SoundOnSound
In this eurorack modular workshop video I explain the usage of the EFFEXX string filter algorithm. If you already have an EFFEXX module you probably also have the three additional modules I used for this workshop. For my sound examples I added one Noise generator, one ADSR envelope generator and one VCA. The workshop explains […]
Thanks to Tony Gral and Mike Coakley! They are presenting Radikal Technologies at the Knobcon #6 (knobcon.com) 2017!
Another drum processing demo with the RT-1701 Multi-FX module “EFFEXX”.
I created a little video demonstrating the tempo delay, flanger, reverb and lowpass filter of the RT-1701 EFFEXX module. At the last third I create some snapshots and crossfade/interpolate through them. The drum groove comes from the Spectralis 2. I created the drumsounds with my eurorack system and imported the samples into the Spectralis 2 […]
Here you’ll find the entire SAC downloads archive with SAC overlays for different programs, USB drivers, firmware updates, manuals etc. SAC-xx Hardware Controller downloads
Brief installation instructions for the RT-1701 Multi-FX module “EFFEXX” and the RT-311 Swarm Oscillator. For both devices, a module consists of the front panel and a plug-in DSP board, which holds the Eurorack compatible connector.
You can now synchronize the Delay time to an external quarter Clock. The snapshot interpolation can now run with a much slower tempo and can easily get freezed for manual control. RT-1701 Firmware Update 07/10/2017
30.06.2017 News Heute gehen die ersten “EFFEXX” RT-1701 Multi-FX Module auf die Reise. Die folgenden deutschen Händler sind bei der Erstauslieferung dabei: Hieber-Lindberg, München Just music Berlin, München, Hamburg Music Store Köln Musikhaus Thomann Schneidersladen, Berlin Viel Spaß beim Testen und Einkaufen
One of the most popular FX algorithms nowadays is a vintage style tape delay emulation. The modification of the delay time caused a pitch change because you moved the head directly at some devices or/and switched to another motor speed what involved acceleration effects. The EFFEXX sports up to two of these vintage delays simultaneously […]