Zvork LeSpace Wide Rhythmic Multi-Echo
Zvork announced the availability of the LeSpace multi-echo Rack Extension for the Propellerhead Reason DAW.
LeSpace is a multi-echo which focuses on rhythmic effects and a wide stereo image so that you can create large spaces. It features 6 lines of delay, each with independent pan, level, decay, length, diffusion and spectral color controls, as well as a programable feedback, a large variety of programable effects (from simple echoes to choir effects).
But the most interesting feature in LeSpace is that it allows you to create complex rhythms based on delays that can spice up your leads or loops with a large space.
The time of the six echo lines can be tempo synced and offer up to 16 programable taps with a DAW-style UI. A band-pass filter included in the feedback loop allows for additional coloring.
The Rack Extension also features CV inputs for modulation
Pricing: $49 / 39€
LeSpace is available for download at the Propellerhead Shop.
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