Tiptop Audio Launches ZVERB, ECHOZ and the Z5000
ZVERB, ECHOZ and the Z5000 are powerful stereo DSP effects modules in a compact 8HP panel. Although the only 8HP in size, all controls are immediately available with clear labeling, making them quick, comfortable and easy to use. Each button accesses a bank of different effects types for up to 24 effects per module.
ECHOZ is an FX module fully dedicated to time-delay effects from emulation of tape echoes to early digital delays to complex multi-fx units. 24 different programs cover a wide range of options and internal signal path structures.
ZVERB has 24 different types of effects available ranging from typical reverbs to more complex effects that combine delay and pitch shifting with reverb. The eects are grouped by decades based on either the era an algorithm or device was introduced or the time when the eect was most popular.
Z5000 – Multi-Effects module
The Z5000 is a Multi-Effects module, it provides 24 effects that include reverbs, delays, modulation, pitch and harmonizers. The effects in the Z5000 were carefully selected to provide both commonly used delay and reverbs and also some unusual sounding and experimental effects.
These effects are a blend of newly developed programs and ones carefully selected from Tiptop’s library of hundreds of effects created over 10 years for the classic Z-DSP processor module. While the effects algorithms play a major role in making these modules sound impressive, an internal analog clock circuitry drives the DSP chip adds to the lush and warm audio processing. With ZVERB, ECHOZ and the Z5000, Tiptop Audio effects have never been so accessible.
- 3 illuminated buttons for bank selections
- 8 program per bank, total 3 banks
- 3 CV inputs for all 3 DSP parameters
- Analog clocking of DSP with CV
- Black version: +12V@130mA -12V@20mA
- White version: +12V@100mA -12V@20mA
ZVERB is a collection of all-new reverb algorithms developed by Tiptop ranging from typical reverbs to more complex effects that combine delay and pitch shifting with reverb. The effects are grouped by decades based on either the era an algorithm was introduced or the time when the effect was most popular. This variety of reverbs covers small to epic size spaces with the addition of shimmering, feedback tunneled pitch shifting, tape delay drivers, gated reverbs and a lot more. Analog clocking of the DSP chip and CV over the parameters enables even more experimentation. This is a collection inspired by the best from the past right at your fingertips.