Tiptop AudioZVERB Reverb
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Tiptop Audio ZVERB
The ZVERB from Tiptop Audio is a multi-algorithm reverb module, perfect for adding ambience and space to any sound. ZVERB features three banks of eight reverbs, for a total of 24, organized by the decade they were introduced. The reverbs range from your standard plate or hall reverbs to more out-there reverbs that combine reverb with pitch shifting and delay. ZVERB can be used for mono or stereo, with one input and two outputs. Front panel controls include input level, mix, time, filter, feedback, and fidelity. The fidelity control is interesting, it determines the frequency of the analog VCO that clocks the DSP chip. Modulating this causes effects from slight pitch shifting to complete digital noise and chaos. ZVERB features CV inputs for filter, mod, and time/fidelity, selectable by switch. ZVERB provides rich tones, immediate controls, and a playable interface, don't miss it.
- Multi-algorithm Reverb
- 24 different reverbs
- Mono or stereo operation
- Analog VCO provides clock for DSP chip
- Time, filter, and mod controls and CV inputs
- Input level and mix control
- Eurorack module
- Width: 8hp
- Depth: 40mm
- Current draw: Black Panel: 130mA @ +12V, 20mA @ -12V, White Panel: 100mA @ +12V, 20mA @ -12V
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