SOMA LYRA-8 FX In A Eurorack Module

The FX section from the Russian drone synth is expanded with CV controls      22/03/18

SOMA tells us that their forthcoming LYRA8-FX is an FX processor that can give you a significant part of the mysterious LYRA-8 sound.

LYRA8-FX consists of the FX section from the LYRA-8, expanded with CV controls and packed into a Eurorack module. It contains a double modulated lo-fi delay with cross-feedback and the unique possibility of self-modulation, where the delay output signal modulates its own sample rate. It also packs a parallel distortion with CV control of the drive. The distortion is after the delay.


A spokesperson told us, "It’s much more than a delay – you can get a simple reverb, comb filter, chorus and much more cool FXs which are hard to describe."

Pricing and Availability:
SOMA expects to st art the mass production within 2 months.You can pre-order LYRA8-FX now and be among the first to receive one.

Estimated net price: 190-220 Euros

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