NAMM 2015: Jomox T-Rackonizer

A eurorack version of the popular T-Resonator      22/01/15

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We caught up with Jurgen Michaelis at the Schneiders Booth where he showed us a eurorackified version of the T-resonator.

The T-Rackonizer is a simplifed implementation of the "Resonator Neuronium" experimental filter network. The module contains 2 analog T-ladder moog-like filters and a digital delay.

This gets interesting because the two filters can be fedback positively, negatively and between the two.

The delay/reverb chip has 8 different algorithms ranging from evolving analog tape echoes to "klingon parties".

The T-Rackonizer will be out in the spring and will cost €329.

 

 

Edd Butterworth


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