As bedroom setups expand and more people continue to dive into the Eurorack rabbit hole, the question of how to make the most of all your gear becomes more apparent.
INTRFX is a device that helps you to make the most of the gear you already have. If you have a bunch of effects pedals, outboard effects, synth modules and other electronic instruments, you can get them to talk to each other with this unassuming little box.
Connected at last. The INTRFX from the minds of Boredbrain facilitates the deep connection of pedals, synth modules and other electronic instruments.
Here’s how the creators of the device describe their handiwork:
“The INTRFX allows eurorack-level signals to be processed with pedals and/or outboard effects, and also allows line-level instruments to be processed with eurorack modules. Each of its three channels has an Interchange Switch to swap this mode, as well as an FX Blend parameter which can be controlled via CV.”
Aside from its inherent utility, this humble unit can also be creative. For instance, you can create feedback effects by sending the FX return into the FX send and still have the option of dry signal blend and modulation.
It’s pretty easy to imagine the possibilities here – run a drum machine through your favourite delay pedal, add your favourite fuzz to a modular patch, the sky’s the limit.
Visit the Boredbrain website for all the details.
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