This video, via Big City Music, demonstrates the capabilities of the OTO Biscuit - a unique new stereo sound effect processor.
The Biscuit uses 8-bit converters, digital processing and analog resonant filters to create a wide range of sounds - from harsh distortion, digital and aliasing artifacts to warm and fat 8-bit sounds.
According to OTO:
The main function of BISCUIT is to modify the 8 bits status thanks to the 8 rectangular switches. Depending on the kind of modifications (bits inverted, muted; the bit number) the conversion will reproduce a sound faithfull to the original or totally deconstructed. Muting or inverting some of the bits can generate strong distortions, with an intense digital character.
See our earlier post on the OTO Biscuit for more details.
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