29. August 2022 | Hardware | Noizefield
Noise Engineering released Tymp Legio and Polydactyl Versio
Have you ever wanted a slice of the BIA pie when you don’t have room for the whole thing? Tymp Legio is for you.
Inspired by our love of all types of percussion, Tymp Legio isn’t your normal drum-kit module with samples or emulations of simple sounds. Instead, we took the challenge of a small percussion module as an opportunity to fit the drum sounds we wanted quick access to in 6hp. Tymp Legio’s simple interface puts a massive tonal and textural range under your control. The modes (Boot, Cat, Boing) are an onomatopoetic guide to the sounds each encompasses. Each mode is offset by three octaves, but dial them up or down for even more versatility. Toggle the Tang switch to select the palate within each mode that suits you. The Quack inputs will duck your audio to your percussion (or pass through in Boing mode), making Tymp Legio a fantastic performance-percussion module.
Tymp Legio is big percussion in a small footprint. That’s not all, though: it’s also a platform. Check out all the Legio modules at the World of Legio.
Already have a Legio? Grab alt firmwares at the Noise Engineering Customer Portal for free.
Tymp Legio ships August 25.
Polydactyl Versio is Noise Engineering’s take on a multiband dynamics processor. Equally powerful with single-instrument timbral processing as well as end-of-chain glossy cohesion, Polydactyl takes inspiration from Librae Legio’s unique and transparent algorithm and applies it across three bands for maximal dynamic impact. Add in the multiband saturation knob and noise gate, throw in a limiter, and you have a processor that gives ultimate control of color and dynamics.
Polydactyl Versio is also part of the Versio DSP platform and can be transformed into a completely different effect by loading a growing number of alternate firmwares, completely free! Plus, with open-source support and documentation at LibDaisy, you can write your own firmware. Grab a Polydactyl Versio and process your signal into submission or total rebellion with three separate bands, saturation, limiting, and noise gating.
Already own a Versio? Try Polydactyl and all the Versio firmwares now at the Noise Engineering Customer Portal for free.
Polydactyl Versio ships August 25!
Tymp Legio : $279.00
Polydactyl Versio: $355.00
More info here: Noise Engineering | Tymp Legio
More info here: Noise Engineering | Polydactyl Versio
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