Adam from Venus Instruments showed us the Rev2 of the Veno Echo, a digital stereo delay unit. It includes two separate channels with independent time and feedback controls and a wide range of delay times that are derived from the bass tempo. The Vino Echo also features a handful of tools to colour and sculpt the delay, such as high pass and low pass filters and a saturation drive algorithm, which couples nicely with the filters to create interesting tones. Additionally, there are reverse buffers on each side, which can be independently triggered, and gate inputs to allow sequencing externally. The Karpus strong algorithm is also included, which allows for two sides to be controlled with a volt per octave input to create a nice plucked synth sound with some sustain. More info about the Vino Echo can be found on the Venus Instruments website.
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