JoMoX will introduce at NAMM the successor of its T-Resonator filter module, the T-Rackonizer in Eurorack format.
The T-Rackonizer has been simplified and now features only two discrete Moog-style T-Ladder analog filters instead of 6 in the T-Resonator. This filters form a 24 dB low-pass cascade. A digital delay is also included.
Cutoff and resonance can control the filters and a negative/positive feedback system is available. Cutoff and feedback can be voltage controlled. When you patch the module, the corresponding knob (cutoff or feedback) will control the amount of the external CV.
The digital delay section offers 8 algorithmes, each with distinct delays (from less than 1 millisecond to 1 second), waveguides, structures and feedbacks. They can be modulated by an LFO. You can then create very diverse effects, such as evolutive tape echoes, and by delaying the analog feedbacks, you can create new sound patterns.
The T-Rackonizer features 0–5V CV inputs, an input with adjustable gain and a Hi-Z inputs for connecting a guitar or bass. Line level signal can be processed in both mono or stereo.
The T-Rackonizer will be available in May. More info at www.jomox.de.
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