How do you introduce children to the world of electronic music? This was the question posed to artist Louis Warynski aka Chapelier Fou. His answer, an installation called the Végétophone, takes inspiration from nature and presents synthesizers...
There’s nothing like the gritty character, wild doppler effects, and general warmth of vintage tape and analog delays. For their Dub Machines pack, Surreal Machines have taken inspiration from classic hardware delay units for a pair of devices with analog soul and digital flexibility.
Modeled on a number of legendary tape delay units, Magnetic brings the character of tape delay to Live. Whether you want shimmering, Pink Floyd-style echos, or a building, wobbly feedback tail reminiscent of Lee “Scratch” Perry, Magnetic is a capable beast. With multiple options for tape models and spring reverb samples for an internal convolution reverb, Magnetic bears the true sound of the classics.
Is it delay? Is it reverb? It’s Diffuse, and most importantly, it’s lush and full of character. With a sophisticated feedback network under the hood, Diffuse can create short virtual spaces, otherworldly atmospheric swells, and everything in between.