Kilpatrick Redox – A hardware reverb for electronic musicians
Kilpatrick Redox is a stereo hardware reverb processor with a specific focus on electronic music producers.
Kilpatrick Redox is different to a lot of hardware reverbs in that it is not in a stompbox style form-factor, it’s designed to sit on your studio desk allowing you to tweak the sound in real-time. The unit features a variety of internal modulations, and the hardware controls on the panel make it an incredibly expressive effects processing instrument.
The Kilpatrick Redox features a variety of reverb and delay algorithms, designed around a specific set of unified controls, allowing for quick access to all controls while switching through the different algorithms. The unit is powered by 5V USB power, making it easy to hook up and get going straight away. The USB can also be used to send MIDI data to and from the Kilpatrick Redox for complex automation alongside your DAW.
The Tech Specs…
The Kilpatrick Redox features pristine 24-bit AD/DA converters with higher than 100dB of dynamic range, and it’s capable of less than 1ms of processing latency! If you use a lot of reverb in your productions, and your DAW is struggling with CPU, this might be an absolute lifesaver for you.
The Kilpatrick Redox features an LCD screen which displays your parameter values, meters and other configuration settings. It’s designed to be used in studio and live performances, Kilpatrick Audio first made a name for themselves making stomp-box effects, so they certainly know what it takes to make gear that can survive a beating. The connectors are high-quality Neutrik jacks, as a testament to the build quality of the Kilpatrick Redox.
The Redox features internal memory capable of storing 99 presets plus various quick-access live settings.
The Redox is set to retail at approximately USD $489 (Around R7200 excl. duties), for more information check out the Kilpatrick Audio website.