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Pico DSP is a smallish version of the popular stereo effects processor Black Hole DSP. It contains eight algorithms, in detail four delays, two types of reverb, Leslie speaker emulation and an Overdrive / Bitcrusher. Each effect is editable in two parameters. One of them can be modulated using the CV input. Pico DSP features clear, high-resolution sound. Alongside the established standards, it is also possible to generate lots of freaky special effects.
Pico DSP has one input with a red clipping LED. Audio material is processed in stereo and can be tapped off two outputs. Effect algorithms are selectable via button. A multicolored LED shows which program is currently active. Each effect is editable in two parameters. The first one can be modulated using the module’s CV input. (See list below.) A dry / wet potentiometer adjusts the mixture of clean and effect signal.
Despite its small size, Pico DSP offers high grade algorithms and crystal-clear sound. Its reverbs are very atmospheric, besides normal delays the user can also create special effects based on pitch shifting, granular concepts and such. The Leslie speaker algorithm makes static sounds come to life. Using the overdrive / bitcrusher, it is possible to abrade or destroy any incoming audio signal.
Effects and parameters included in the Pico DSP:
- Mono Delay (Delay Time / Feedback)
- Pitch Shift Delay (Pitch / Delay Time)
- Stereo Delay (Delay Time / Feedback)
- Granular Delay (Feedback and Freeze / Delay Time)
- Reverb (Reverb Time / Tone)
- Saturated Reverb (Tone / Reverb Time)
- Leslie Speaker (Rotation Speed / HP Filter)
- Overdrive / Bitcrusher (Overdrive / Bitcrush)
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Pico DSP auf der Webseite von Erica Synths;http://www.ericasynths.lv/en/shop/eurorack-modules/by-series/pico-series/pico-dsp/; Englische Bedienungsanleitung;http://www.ericasynths.lv/upload/EURORACK%20MODULES/Pico%20series/Pico%20DSP/pico_dsp_manual.pdf
Erica Synths from Riga (Latvia) started with a whole line of Polivoks module clones about a decade ago. A lot has happened ever since and they have now one of the largest module portfolios in the eurorack world, all featuring their signature black front plates.