Desktop Hardware Processor For Classic FX

US RemindeR offers echo, delay, filters and reverb      14/05/19

Enjoy Electronics has posted this video of the Enjoy-Lab RemindeR, which they describe as the most innovative and exciting extension of your musical instrument. A spokesperson told us, "Its sophisticated retro-futuristic soul and its powerful processor is a completely revolutionary point of view on the classic effects like Echo Space, Delay, Filters and Reverbs, with superlative sound quality."


Features:

  • Comprehensive, all-in one solution for intricate rhythms Echo space and width.
  • Direct and immediate access to all the parameters with dedicated knobs.
  • True-stereo indipendent delay allowing you to create complex rhythmic patterns.  
  • Freeverbs with Size , and Resonance HiPass filter - knob.
  • Double Pulse Delay
  • Double (Chamberlin) Filter with 12 dB/octave roll-off, adjustable resonance
  • 4 Waveform Sync-able LFO
  • A full, four-channel (quadraphonic) system will reproduce the Left Front, Left Back, Right Front, and Right Back audio signals in each of four separate speakers.
  • Assignable Foot Switch
  • Tap Tempo
  • Intuitive OLED Display
  • Low latency USB Audio
  • USB or 5-pin MIDI interface

 

Pricing and Availability:

Available for pre-order soon. RemindeR will be available late September. The product will then be made officially available through international distribution and retail partners.

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