WNAMM10: NIO Iotine Core Twin Filter-Processor

Like a Sherman but different      22/01/10

No flash plug


3:7 mins

Another lovely piece of fruit form our time picking at the AnanlogueHaven booth, the NIO Iotine Core is "an analog mixing tool designed to allow flexible sound shaping for a recording or live environment. The dual VCF channels can be used for dynamic filtering, as well as to split and mix the sound by frequency. 14 analog saturation circuits are available for adding character and texture, as well as creating a unique space within the mix.

Features

  • ENV x2
  • H-AR envelope with full HOLD / ATTACK / RELEASE / THRESHOLD 
  • ENV triggering from INPUT 1/2, or VCF
  • EXT TRIG allows triggering from a separate audio or voltage control source
  • FILTER x2
  • 12db VCF
  • variable Q saturation in conjunction with the IN control
  • Full range Filter MOD from envelope in both normal and inverse polarity
  • External MOD from audio or voltage control source
  • SAT x2
  • 6 SAT circuits 
  • variable drive allows for a range of saturation per circuit
  • various analog amplification circuits
  • overdrive, distortion, and wave shaping circuits
  • VCA x2
  • Functions as an Expander/gate or compressor
  • variable mod depth with both normal and inverse polarity 
  • POST
  • AUDIO routing from INPUT1/SAT1/SAT2
  • FILTER with LP/BP/HP and open Q
  • OCTAVE AND DIVISION circuits
  • VCA with Normal and Inverse MOD from ENV 1/2 or direct waveform MOD from SAT 1/2
  • IN / OUT
  • Balanced/Unbalanced 1/4"
  • 2-IN
  • 3-OUT
  • MIX out
Pricing and Availability
 Around $1400

 


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