Tegeler Audio Manufaktur has introduced another plug-in controllable device after their Schwerkraftmaschine. They tell us that the Raumzeitmaschine (space-time machine) is an exceptionally sounding tube reverb that creates a spatial sound which sounds very natural on the one hand, but also has a nice sound on its own on the other hand.
A spokesperson told us, "A combination of digital and analog components creates a unique reverb. The reverb is calculated by a processor and enriched by the typical analog sound of our devices. Due to the simple operation as with a musical instrument, you get directly to the right sound with only three parameters. All controllers are equipped with servomotors. Thus, the Raumzeitmaschine can be remotely controlled via a plug-in (AU, VST, AAX) from the DAW. All settings of the Raumzeitmaschine can be saved in the DAW with the song. The plugin preset management allows you to recall your favorite settings anytime."
Pricing and Availability:
The space-time machine is made in Germany and costs 2.699,00 EUR incl. VAT.
The first devices will be available in the next few days.
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