Eowave had a new thru-zero ORAGE oscillator on show plus the forthcoming Fluctuations Magnetiqué Filter and Redonances 4-tap delay.
The Orage was originally released in 2015 and intended to be a complex analogue oscillator that simulates the intensity of magnetic storms in space. Based on a triangle core with different modulation types from thru-zero FM synthesis, linear and exponential inputs, pulse-width modulation to phase inversion modulation. The MkII follows that intention while increasing the control, adding an output and looking fabulous.
Fluctuations Magnetiqué MkII
Eowaves 4-channel multimode filter gets an upgrade to make it deeper and more complicated. They are calling it a complex filter and it has a new slider in the middle that pulls in cross-modulation which can get particularly interesting when treating it as two stereo filter pairs. Each filter has a ping input and an envelope follower and they love heading into self-oscillating territory and track 1v/oct.
There’s a lot of interesting stuff going on in this module that would benefit from a good demonstration.
This is a 4-tap stereo delay that combines a digital delay with an analogue feedback path. It has a lot of control over the sample rate giving a wide range of delay times. It also has a built-in filter and saturation circuit and a lot of stuff going on. I’m loving the size of this thing and the glowy window above the Time knobs.
I’m struggling to get all the information from what I’ve seen but hopefully this gives you a glimpse of what’s coming from Eowave. The Orage MkII is €249 and will be available soon, Fluctuations should be around €300 and the Redonances is not set yet.
More information from Eowave
- Eowave Fluctuations Magnetiqués and Orage: SonicState
- Eowave Redondances: SonicState