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Qu-Bit Prism

Eurorack Module
By Rory Dow

As every Dark Side Of The Moon fan should know, a prism is a three-dimensional object that refracts light. The Qu-Bit version, one is led to suppose, is the audio equivalent. In their own words, the Prism is “a multi–dimensional signal processor that creates a framework for the spectral metamorphosis of any input signal”. If I may be permitted to translate this marketing speak, Prism is an effect module capable of combining three distinct elements: delay, filter and decimation.

Qu-Bit Prism. Size: 12HP. Current: +12V 90mA, -12V 10mA.Qu-Bit Prism. Size: 12HP. Current: +12V 90mA, -12V 10mA.Housed in a smart 12HP, skiff-friendly module, the Prism is a stereo effects unit. There are two main audio inputs and outputs. The first element is the digital delay line. The time of the delay can be adjusted from very short (a few milliseconds) to around two seconds, allowing for anything from chorus, flanging and comb filtering to traditional tempo-based delays. There is no dedicated feedback...

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Published June 2019