NAMM 2020: Pittsburgh Modular Cascading Delay Network

US We also got a look at the SV-1b      17/01/20

Its day one at NAMM, Pittsburgh Modular were just set up at their booth and we caught up with Richard Nichol to take a look at their new modules. First of all we took a quick look at the Lifeforms SV-1b and then a deeper look at the Cascading Delay Network. 

The Cascading Delay Network is basically four individual delay lines that can interact in lots of different ways. They can be used individually or routed in and out of one another to create smudgy delay textures that can almost resemble reverb, with some modulation you can also create flanging, chorusing and more. 

More info at Pittsburgh Modular

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