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Tegeler Audio Manufaktur Introduces Raumzeitmaschine Tube Reverb

Plugin controllable tube reverb creates elaborate spatial sounds with digital and analog components utilizing servomotors and recallable presets.

Tegeler Audio Manufaktur announces the Raumzeitmaschine plugin controllable tube reverb.

The Raumzeitmaschine creates a spatial sound with a combination of digital and analog components to create a unique reverb. The reverb is calculated by a processor and enriched by the typical analog sound of Tegeler devices.

Due to the simple operation as with a musical instrument, users get directly to the right sound with
only three parameters. All controllers are equipped with servomotors, enabling the Raumzeitmaschine to be remotely controlled via a plugin (AU, VST, AAX) from the DAW.

All settings of the Raumzeitmaschine can be saved in the DAW with the song. The plugin preset
management allows users to recall favorite settings anytime.

Features include:
— True stereo tube reverb
— Creates a unique reverb space
— Two double triodes and input and output transformers per channel
— Predelay, room size, density and decay time adjustable
— Ethernet
— Controllable via the website of the device or via plugin (VST, AU, AAX)
— Servomotors
— Handmade manufacture quality

The space-time machine is “Made in Germany” and costs 2.699,00 EUR incl. VAT.

As always, Tegeler Audio Manufaktur offers users the ability to test out the device for 14 days without obligation. More information and details are available at the link below.

Tegeler Audio Manufaktur

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