The new Lida Machine from YellowCake is an analog Resonant Filter, also known as a VCF (Voltage Control Filter) with two independently adjustable LFO’s, the second of which can be switched on/off to further modulate the signal. You can use an expression pedal to control the 'Freq.' (Frequency) knob and it has a separate CV-IN so you can add other Voltage Controlled synth modules.
Despite the number of knobs, the control layout was easy to understand and we were dialing in cool sounds within minutes: From bubbly Uni-vibe to a creeping slow envelope, from funky auto-wah to a trippy phaser-tinged tremolo...there are lots of sounds to be had. Turning on the second LFO added a fascinating level of complexity to the modulation, which only improved when we fed it an overdriven signal. That’s when all manner of spacey, psychedelic, mind-altering sounds came to light! Super fun!
Freq. - Adjusts frequency of the Voltage Controlled Filter.
Res - Adjust Resonance of VCF. Oscillation starts when knob is at 4 o’clock.
Rate - Controls rate of the LFO.
Depth - Controls intensity of the LFO
X - Sets the degree to which the expression pedal input influences the Frequency control of the VCF.
CV-IN - Input for adding in other modulation or synth like modules.
LFO 1 Switch - 2-way toggle that switches triangle LFO rate from Slow to Fast .
LFO 2 Switch - 3-way waveform toggle switch. Ramp, Triangle, and Sawtooth
Clean - Clean signal mix.
Level - Total output volume.
Power - 9 - 12v 2.1mm negative center adapter.
Good for the bones. http://yellowcakepedals.bigcartel.com/product/lida-machine 0:35 - Overview 1:40 - Controls 4:48 - CV 5:45 - Exp / Fuzz 6:54 - LFOs 8:15 - Outro Synth - Novation Circuit Mono Station Fuzz - Caroline Shigeharu Guitar - Danelectro Dead on '67 Amp - Fender Blues Jr. For the audio from this demo and others, check us on Patreon. All the things, $1: https://www.patreon.com/KNOBs
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