- Modular systems
The Z-DSP is an open-source, cartridge-based, digital sound processing and generating platform for your modular synthesizer. The Z-DSP has a stereo DSP processor with 24-bits sampling, 15Khz of bandwidth, smooth voltage controlled parameters, and has the ability to be programmed - all in a Eurorack format. While the Z-DSP cannot compete with the processing power found on personal computers, it does provide direct control of the DSP hardware and has a unique set of features aimed at the manipulation of digital effects. With the Z-DSP, digital audio can be bent, stretched, deformed, and distorted by interacting with your modules; something personal computers just can't do.
The Z-DSP interface includes VC digital parameters, VC Mix/Dry, manual and sequential program switching, and a pair of VC feedback loop paths with exposed patch points that let you insert the rest of your modular into the DSP process. The Z-DSP lets you go far beyond ordinary processing, breaking the rules and allowing you to atch right into the heart of the DSP chip trough the clock input, allowing for some digital madness and creatice sound design.
The Dragonfly Delay is a collection of 8 Voltage Controlled time-based, delay...519,-
The Bat Filter is a collection of 8 Voltage Controlled Digital Filters (VCDF)....519,-
Granular Synthesis uses small slices of sounds (grains) to compose new sounds from...599,-
Spring Waves brings a set of Physical behavior modeling algorithms to the Z-DSP. It...599,-
The second effect cartridge by Valhalla DSP for the module Z-DSP is calles Shimmer...599,-
“it fucks with the fabric of time!” Tony Visconti describing Pitch...636,-
Clocked Delay are a collection of eight stereo delay programs that let you sync delay...519,-