Pittsburgh Modular will intros Lifeforms Cascading Delay Network at NAMM 2020, a new quad delay module with a super flexible routing system.
Last year, Pittsburgh Modular skipped the NAMM, but then went big on the Superbooth. This year they are at NAMM again and present an exciting Eurorack module. The module is called Lifeforms Cascading Delay Network and offers four independent analog delays that are coupled in a versatile network.
Very interesting here is the signal flow that you can route internally in different ways. It’s possible to feed a signal into the first delay and then route through all delays or to put in the second, third… delay. Where you start is up to you, because each delay has an input and an output. At the same time, you have three sum outputs labeled 1+3, 2+4 and all. The module is not a stereo delay but you can patch it for this with the outputs 1+3 and 2+4 in the mixer section.
Each delay unit offers parameters for delay time, repeats and dry/wet control. The amount of repeats is displayed into on LEDs. It includes also two modes for feedback the signal into it. Either the sum output from the output of the last unit is completely returned to unit 1 or each unit feeds all units before it.
Further, it offers two CV inputs to control the delay time which can be routed to the different delays. At first glance, the module looks very complex, but it is very logically structured. You can make a lot of different sounds with it. Especially friends of feedback will be happy.
Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Cascading Delay Network will be available soon. Price TBA
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