Heads up! As of January 2019, Make Noise uses all white knobs rather than the classic white & blue. Our stock will contain a mix of white-knob and blue-knob modules for the time being.
Make Noise Echophon
The Echophon, from Make Noise, is a Pitch Shifting Delay/Echo module. It is another module that was coded by Tom Erbe of Soundhack. It has smooth pitch shifting, as well as reverse delay for all classic tape-like delay effects. It has patch points for the feedback output and feedback input, allowing more FX processors to be patched between the feedback, creating all sorts of esoteric delay effects. A Freeze button and Gate input holds that millisecond of audio until pressed again. There are also clock inputs and outputs for synchronizing the delay time, or synchronizing other units to the Echophon. Like with all Make Noise modules, every parameter is Voltage Controlled.
Pitch Shifting Echo Module
DSP Engineered by Tom Erbe of SoundHack
Shift Pitch of signal +/- 2 Octaves
Exponential control of delay time -Maximum Time 1.7 Seconds, Minimum Time 7 ms
Tempo input allows synchronization of Echoes to multiple or division of an external Clock
Two independent internal digital Feedback paths (Loop 1 and Loop 2)
External Analog Feedback Path for filtered or processed echoes
FREEZE button/ gate input allows for hold, stutter and sampling techniques
24 bit ADC/DAC, 32bit processing, 16bit delay storage operating at 40khz
Vactrol based Mix circuit for smooth blending of dry and wet signals