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Verbos Multi-Delay Processor

The Verbos Multi-Delay Processor is an eight-tap digital delay heavily inspired by the rare Buchla 288 Time Domain Processor, using new converter technology to create a powerful digital effect with a huge range of uses and a striking analog feel. The Multi-Delay features individual level controls, individual outputs, and envelope follower outputs for each individual tap, making it a powerful means of creating rhythmic delay patterns, modulation sources, and more. In addition to a manual mix output, Multi-Delay also features preset mix outputs that, when combined, can be used to create peculiar stereo effects, complex feedback networks, and more.

Perhaps one of the most powerful parts of the Multi-Delay's design is its input mixer, which acts as signal input but also takes the place of a traditional delay "feedback" control. With three inputs, it allows for heavily customizable delay options. For a standard delay, feed one of the taps back into one of the inputs; for crazy multitap delay tricks, feed one of the mix outputs back in. Inputs two and three feature clever normalizations from internal DSP effects, enabling in-loop octave shifting and reverb, allowing easy creation of dense reverb and shimmer effects.

Finally making powerful use of the UI of the ill-fated Buchla 288, Mark Verbos has brought a powerful set of signal processing ideas into a hugely flexible, musical domain: and he has added his own touch, making the Time Domain Processor more practical, accessible, and powerful than ever before.

Multi-Delay Processor Features

  • Eurorack-format reimagining of the Buchla 288 Time Domain Processor and Verbos's own Buchla-format 288V
  • Eight-tap digital delay using advanced converter technology
  • Individual outputs for instantaneous input and each delay tap
  • Independent envelope followers on each delay tap and instantaneous signal
  • Four preset tap mix outputs and one manual mix output with slider control over each tap's level
  • Two delay time CV inputs with attenuverters
  • Three-input mixer on frontend with level control for each channel
  • Input mixer doubles as feedback mixer, with normalization from +1 octave internal pitch shifter and internal reverb for creation of dense reverb and shimmer effects
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 28hp
  • Depth: Skiff-friendly
  • Current draw: 290mA @ +12V ; 90mA @ -12V
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Product Demo Videos
Verbos Multi-Delay Processor Module
The Verbos Electronics Multi-Delay Processor is a multi-tap delay with 8 taps. The Multi-Delay Processor has many modularized features including individual outputs and envelope followers for each tap as well as a mix output with adjustable levels and preconfigured mix outputs. It will also pass triggers through so you can use it as an odd trigger sequencer, the 3rd part of this video shows this technique triggering a plonk.
Singing Into Synthesizers! Techniques and Concepts for Performing With Vocalists!
Katrina Cain returns for a collaborative conversation about bringing vocal performances into the modular realm with our pal Jacob!

Jacob put together a modular system designed to provide different vocal effects and processing, as well as two smaller "control pods" for Katrina to use as she performs.

Join them as they explore how to use comparators to track and divide pitches, multi-tap delays and loopers for rhythmic and polyphonic overdubs, as well as discuss some of the techniques they use to integrate a vocal performance with a synthesizer.
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