Magneto

Stereo multi-head tape delay emulation, looper, phrase sampler, reverb, clock multiplier, chaotic oscillator

Features:
Tape Saturation, Self-Oscillator, Pitch Shifted Delays, Spring Reverb, Looper, Phrase Sampler, Infinite Echo, Reverse, Clock Multiplier/Divider, Tape Stop/Start, Audio Scrubber, Stereo Operation

Tape Delay, Looper, And More.
Packed with powerful features while maintaining intuitive playability, Magneto is a stereo multi-head tape delay that also functions as a looper, phrase sampler, vintage spring reverb unit, phase-aligned clock multiplier, chaotic oscillator, zero latency sub-oscillator and more, with extensive CV I/O.

Transform Your Modular.
Turn simple monophonic signals into complex orchestrations. Create new oscillator tones using self-oscillation. Add rich stereo dimension to your sound, and enjoy the inherent warmth and sweet, subtle distortion characteristics of magnetic tape. Magneto transforms even the smallest rack into a fully expressive, immersive instrument.

Vintage Vibe.
To capture the full experience and complexity of a vintage tape echo machine, every last tape system attribute was relentlessly studied and faithfully recreated. From the sought-after natural saturation and soft clipping of magnetic tape when driven hard, to hands-on real-time controls for tape age, tape crinkle, and mechanical wow and flutter, Magneto delivers a rich multi-head delay experience that adds life and vibe to your sound.

Play It Like An Instrument.
Every function, control, gain stage, and signal path component in Magneto works together to respond musically and smoothly, even during the wildest live modular improvisations. All this is combined with a luxurious spring reverb to take the sound of your modular setup to a new level, and your sonic explorations into far-out territories.

https://www.strymon.net/products/magneto/

  • 210 mA +12V
  • 210 mA -12V
  • 0 mA 5V
  • 41 mm deep
  • Ø 4.59 (34 Votes) Average Rating

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$599 Price in € submitted Jan 22nd 2018, 23:12 by JohnLRice | last Change Mar 24th 2018, 15:58 by Haxyl