BlukaćEndless Processor Infinite Sound Sustainer
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Blukać Endless Processor
Blukać presents their Endless Processor, which employs spectral resynthesis techniques to capture and sustain layers of sounds indefinitely, allowing any sound to become an ethereal drone. With the channel selector switch, you can determine which input the Endless Processor will use to capture and build layers, which will then be found at the corresponding output. Each channel also features its own level control for proper mixing and blending.
The central feature of the Endless Processor is its Infinity, Memory, and Layer features. Each channel offers five layers that may be recorded into with the Infinity button. The amount of sound that gets processed and sustained is determined by Memory, with times ranging from 100ms to three seconds. With shorter times, this is helpful for smearing transients or capturing an individual note, whereas longer times will blur and wash entire sequences and beats into sustained tones. Should something not turn out as desired, the Clear button can remove anything recorded into a layer. Recording and clearing sounds are also subject to the Fade In and Out controls, which allow sounds to appear and fade away in times ranging from 10ms to five seconds.
Thanks to its usage of the Daisy Patch Submodule, any future firmware updates are easy and hassle-free. Dive into the world of resynthesis with the Endless Processor and all of the dreamy sounds that it can produce.
Endless Processor Features
- Dual-channel infinite sustainer
- 5 sound layers per channel
- Select channels with toggle switch
- Capture 100ms to 3 seconds of sound with Memory control
- Trigger recording with Infinite button
- Sound fade in or out as fast as 100ms or as slow as 5 seconds
- Clear button to purge layers
- Dry Input and wet Volume controls per channel
- Eurorack module
- Width: 16hp
- Depth: 25mm
- Current draw: 125mA @ +12V, 10mA @ -12V
You can resynthesize your sounds to create a perfect clickless stream while preserving the timbral and tonal character of the original.
Here Endless Processor creates harmony for a synthesizer sequence.
Three notes are captured and sustained, one note per layer, to create a rich-sounding chord.
The mixed output of the Endless Processor is sent through the lowpass filter while the main sequence keeps playing and is shaped in parallel.
Note that only the first channel is used, but there is a second one, which can be used independently for another purpose, with additional five layers.
The following examples will show how to use Memory and Volume controls to create more sophisticated textures.
Starting from the lowest position (100 ms), it captures a tiny portion of the input and synthesizes the stream that resembles the original audio.
Moving forward (up to 3 seconds), more information is memorized and processed, giving an extensive range of sounds, from simple pad to big choir cloud that harmonically complements the basic melody.
"Memory" gives you a vast field for experimentation and happy accidents.