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The Reverbalizer: Hackable Multi-effects Module


The Reverbalizer is a hackable electronic effects module using the FV-1 DSP chip; great for mobile or microcontroller music projects.

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The Reverbalizer is a hackable electronic multi-effects module for mobile and microcontroller applications. It is hackable in two ways. First, you can adapt it for use in a microcontroller project. Second, you can download or create additional DSP effects and install it on an EEPROM cartridge using an Arduino-based program we developed. It comes with 8 effects in ROM and 8 on the re-programmable cartridge.

The Reverbalizer uses the FV-1 DSP chip from Spin Semiconductor. The chip was designed by Alesis founder Keith Barr and appears in many effects units like the Z-DSP.

The built-in effects are:

  • Chorus-reverb
  • Flange-reverb
  • Tremolo-reverb
  • Pitch shift
  • Pitch-echo
  • Test (straight through)
  • Reverb 1
  • Reverb 2

There’s a quick start guide that explains more at Getting Started with the Reverbalizer

Here’s an example of vocal artist Laurie Amat taking the Reverbalizer for a spin:

Here are two examples from Feral Vocaloid:

Here are a few samples made using the output Bytebeat Shufflebox for Arduino fed into the Reverbalizer.


Documentation and Links

Other products using the FV-1:

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