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Welcome to Tunovos Boutique Synths Shop! Tunovos: Tune (English) + Novos (Latin) = New Tune. We aim to offer our customers a variety of the latest, most imaginative synthesizers and effects processors. Everyone here at Tunovos is a musician. Our passion for synthesizers and effects processors means that we provide our customers with nothing but the highest quality of products that are guaranteed to meet their needs and keep them inspired! We always keep an eye on the latest trends in synthesizers and effects processors, and put our customers’ wishes first. Our goal is to ensure we have satisfied customers who are able to let their individual styles shine through. The interests of our customers are always top priority for us, so we hope you will enjoy our products as much as we enjoy making them available to you.

OTO Machines BIM Stereo 12-Bit Delay

$569.00
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EFFX-OM-BIMD-ST
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BIM12-BIT DELAY UNIT

 

OVERVIEW

BIM is a 12-bit stereo delay unit inspired by some studio delay processors built in the early 80s. These monophonic processors have been renowned for the quality and musicality of their sound. The processing was mainly analog (companders, limiters, low-pass filters, feedback path,…), and the signal was converted to digital just for the delay section, using 12-bit AD/DA converters and some RAM memory chips.

The advantage of this technology is particularly obvious when the sound is feedbacked many times through the whole analog and 12-bit circuitry. You’ll hear a sweet degradation and dark damping that the 100% digital delay boxes can’t offer. When we designed BIM, we wanted to create a unique, modern and versatile effects processor based on this 80’s technology.

We managed to mix the fabulous sound of an old 12-bit digital delay with modern features such as stereo processing, extra FXs, many user presets, MIDI control, tap tempo, compact size… therefore BIM is the best of both worlds!

BIM is the perfect companion for the musician, producer, sound engineer or live performer who is looking for a unique, warm and musical delay processor.

FEATURES

• Up to 3276 milliseconds in stereo
• True 12-bit converters, analog limiter, companders, filters and feedback path
• 4 delay types: Normal, Dual Head, Disto, Lo-Fi
• Delay high-pass filter: 20Hz, 100Hz, 250Hz or 500Hz
• Delay low-pass filter: 16kHz, 8kHz, 4kHz or 2kHz
• Feedback filters: flat, hi cut, lo cut or both
• LFO with 4 waveforms and 4 Rate ranges (from 0.025 Hz to 147 Hz)
• Tap Tempo with sub-division settings
• Freeze switch with normal or reverse play
• Delay input gain from 0 to +15dB
• 36 user presets
• MIDI input: BIM responds to MIDI Clock, CC and Pgm Change
• 3 bypass modes: Relay, Spillover and Aux
• Nice and simple user interface via 16 white LEDs
• Rugged steel enclosure
• Neutrik® jack connectors
• Power supply included

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    OTO Machines BIM

    Posted by Courtney Walsh on 4th Aug 2020

    I absolutely love the OTO BIM because it covers so much ground, oozes character, and is really easy to dial in. I’ve used it for slapback rock vocals, guitars, and synthesizers all with great results. It’s way more versatile than a Space Echo or an old Lex delay imo. The input gain and filter controls (for both the delay and feedback) are pretty key to shaping the sound of the delay - I like using more HPF settings for vocals and LPF for some darker instrumental/synth stuff. I’ll use both if I’m going for a lo-fi midrange kind of thing. The quality of the LFO is amazing on BIM and the depth control is really smooth. You can really dial in the right amount of modulation for anything and it makes plugin modulation sound incredibly weak and limited by comparison. It’s easy to get some nice subtle chorusing, but the random and square waveforms can get really out there if you’re looking to dial in something unusual. Plus any delay that has a freeze button is infinitely cooler than those that don’t have one.