Posts Tagged ‘Koma’

KOMA BD101: Mangle and cut your sound apart with an innovative vactrol controlled analog delay circuit in combination with a fully adjustable wide range frequency gate. It sounds like you’re playing your instrument on the porch outside of your house and inside your amp is slowly sinking in the toilet, CV controlled of course. This might sound strange, but that’s just what this pedal is about: create weird resonant frequencies, shift between heavy delayed sounds and super short pulses, with whatever instrument you want to plug into it. The BD101 comes standard with a solid footswitch, multiple inputs, an audio and control voltage patchbay and our new innovative expression controller. Freak out!

KOMA FT201: Find the sweet spot in your sound and tickle it with the KOMA FT201, our voltage controlled state variable filter combined with a 10 step sequencer. As with all sweet spots you can approach it in two completely different ways: either you circle around it in a delicate manner, play with the overtones and resonant frequencies or you blast out the random function and let the madness begin! The FT201, a sweet lady, who brings sexy back into your overall sound. Kadeng! The FT201 comes standard with a solid footswitch, stereo in- and outputs, an audio and control voltage patchbay and our new innovative expression controller. Happy searching!

KOMA HN104: Being alone is no fun at all. Being with others however, is far more interesting. That’s exactly how the notes you play also think about it and that’s why we came up with the HN104, a harmonics enhancer/reducer with fuzzy side effects that can add lower frequencies as well. Have you ever been in the situation that you were playing the coolest licks, but the harmonics were just not hitting it? With the HN104 you just flip the switch and they’re gone, or they pop up from the deep depths of your sound. Cool huh? As an extra you can dive even deeper and add a full bass octave to whatever riff you’re playing, to give that extra push we all need once in a while. The HN104 comes standard with a solid footswitch, multiple inputs, an audio and control voltage patchbay and our new innovative expression controller. Go for it!

KOMA SH103: The modular synth guys hanging out at our workspace always shout that their modular effects are nicer and way more versatile than the ones you can buy at the guitar stores today. We agree. That’s why we created this monster of an effect that runs with one foot in the guitar world and with the other one in the world of modular synthesizers, grabbing the best of two worlds on the way. The SH103 is a sample and hold controlled waveform summing amplifier. We know it sounds weird, trust us; it is. Basically it grabs splinters of your sound, processes it through a Game Boy like oscillator and adds the outcome to the original signal. This will allow you to completely change the timbre of your sound. Especially with our new innovative expression controller you’ll steal the show. The SH103 comes standard with a solid footswitch, multiple inputs, an audio and control voltage patchbay and our new innovative expression controller. Waveform madness!

Koma Delay

Posted: April 11, 2011 in News
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  • You remember this :
  • KOMA Elektronik
  • We wrote about this thing in ou article “Disco Freq Review 2011: Week 10”
  • This guy shows off his build @ Musikmess 2011:
  • Infos from effectdatabase.com
  • Ben.