In the latest episode of Modular Minutes, Analogue Zone took its first steps with the Audio Damage ADM15 Spectre module, doing some explorations in FFT stereo freeze – a novel kind of audio processing in the eurorack format. The video also feauters Szőlő, the store’s synth cat!
Modular Minutes is a new series from Analogue Zone’s Budapest showroom – the series aims at the finest and latest modular goodies with patching comprehensively described both in comments and the description tab.
The Audio Damage ADM15 Spectre introduces a very rigid and theoretical digital sound processing technique in a very intuitive way. Different spectral and pitch contents can be frozen, shifted and blurred up to infinity with really wide stereo characteristics and pleasingly metallic tonalities. This processing had not been available in eurorack for decades and it is a totally unique take on spectral processing. Add some reverb to it and it becomes your own gateway to space!