After two years in development and after hearing almost nothing from Intellijel they have entered this years NAMM with a bucket load of new modules.
First up it is the Rainmaker, a 16tap stereo spectral rhythm delay and comb filter.
Each one of the taps has an array of different controls including; level, pan, granular pitch and a fully resonant multimode filter. The taps can then be summed and mixed in various different ways. Globally you can control the pitch of the delay, feedback amount and feedback tone.
The comb section allows you to do typical comb filtering effects, flanging, karplus strong stuff and much more.
Available in the next few weeks the Rainmaker will cost around $630.
More Info coming soon at Intellijel.com
NAMM 2016 Kit:
Tascam DR-70D 4 Channel recorders
State of the art for super-wide workflow enhancement