CV Controlled Multi Effects Processor

US Koma Electronik kickstarts the Field Kit FX      13/10/17

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Following on from their Field Kit, Koma Electronik has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Field Kit FX which they describe as "A mad machine packed with a bunch of cool effects and features - a digital delay, spring reverb, frequency shifter, looper, bitcrusher, 4ch mixer, sequencer & envelope for the adventurous musician."

The Field Kit FX is built up from 7 separate functional blocks all focused on mangling and changing incoming audio and CV signals. They are designed to operate together as a coherent addition to Koma's Field Kit Electroacoustic Workstation or alternatively together with other pieces of music electronics with the ability to use control voltage signals.

Features:

  • Looper
  • Frequency Shifter
  • Sample Rate Reducer / Bitcrusher
  • Digital Delay
  • Analog Spring Reverb
  • 4 Channel VCA Mixer
  • 4 Step Mini Sequencer
  • Envelope Generator


Koma says that all of this, combined with the new 4 Channel CV Interface which allows you to route four CV signals throughout the device, means an incredible control over sound and timbre and a great addition to your mobile performance rig.

Pricing and Availability:
Early Bird price:219 Euro (MSRP: 249 Euro)

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