A prototype of a new hardware delay, entitled the Zen Delay, featuring Ninja Tune branding, has landed on the Gear Porn Berlin website.
Is the cult label Ninja Tune jumping into hardware development? The Zen Delay has mysteriously appeared, packing a ton of creative options.
The unit features stereo inputs and outputs, a synth filter and delay types that include tape, ping-pong and bucket brigade.
While the mass production of this unit is yet to be confirmed, Ninja Tune founders Coldcut have form in the development field, putting out the MidiVolve Max for Live plugin in 2017.
[via Resident Advisor
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