Meris Enzo Multi-Voice Synthesizer

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Synthesizer Effect Pedal

  • Synthesizer with polyphonic oscillator architecture
  • Tracks individual notes as well as chords or sequenced arpeggiations
  • Also works with vocals, drum tracks and other instruments
  • 2 Integrated Tap Tempo Delays
  • 3 Synth Modes (Poly Synth / Mono Synth / Arpeggiated Synth)
  • Tuneable portamento time
  • Custom 6 mode filter
  • Up to 16 presets via MIDI
  • 24 Bit AD / DA with 32 bit floating point DSP
  • Selectable bypass (True / Relay Bypass or Buffered)
  • Selectable delay trails
  • Switchable headroom for guitar / line level input level
  • Expression control of all effect parameters possible (also simultaneous)
  • MIDI in / out / preset selection / external tap tempo available via EXP socket (for preset selection, automation, beat clock)
  • Analogue signal path for wet / dry mix
  • Presets via external 4-Preset switch or MIDI selectable
  • Pitch, Filter, Mix, Sustain Filter Env and Modulation controls
  • Alt (Hold) button to enable alternative controller functions
  • Synth Select button to select the reverb algorithm (Sync Phase & Slow)
  • Bypass footswitch
  • Tap footswitch
  • Status LEDs
  • Metal housing
  • 6.3 mm TRS input jack (switchable stereo / mono)
  • 2x 6.3 mm Mono latches (L / R) outputs
  • 6.3 mm TRS Exp / Tap Tempo / External Footswitch / MIDI Jack
  • Power supply via 9 V DC power supply with 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm hollow plug and polarity (-) inside
  • Current consumption <150 mA
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 115 x 107 x 67 mm
  • Weight: 410 g

Note: Battery operation is not supported.

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available since September 2018
Item number 448453
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Effect Types Synthesizer
$341
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More than a pedal, an instrument in itself
Vlad Vartosu 20.08.2019
I bought this pedal, as I was very impressed by the many youtube reviews you can find.
To some extent, the Enzo rose up to my expectations, to some not, and I will develop below.
You can get very synthy, textural and unusual sounds out of this; It is great for someone who is looking for new ways of expression, passionate of synth sounds or soundscapes, or for someone that would want to write a film score.
I believe this, along with other pedals, will spawn a new era of effects, particularly thinning the line between guitars and synths, as I've noticed a tendency in that lately.

Pros: A great variety of new, unusual and inspiring sounds, that can expand your sonic possibilities and can get you inspired to compose new things. The arpeggiator works quite intuitively, it can be programmed via the tap button (but I do have a con at this, will describe it below); Overall, I recommend getting it, though realizing that it may be the first in a chain of upcoming effects.

Cons: As it is a pedal that tracks notes, it can be faulty at times at this chapter; It often happens that it tracks the overtones of notes or it does not track certain notes in a chord to their right pitch, making small or noticeable dissonances, so please keep that in mind.
It can get Very loud, and that is an aspect that I've yet to master, as it is not very predictable and it varies from one filter selection to another.
The arp's speed can be programmed via the tap button, but for accuracy, it may not be the most reliable method. This can be corrected via midi, I think, but it is not something I can wrap my head around at the moment.
Also, it is not the most intuitive pedal. It is the only one in my arsenal for which I had to read the manual, but that's ok :D Just get ready to pay closer attention than a regular pedal.

Thank you Thomann!
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Anonymous 13.01.2022
I was looking for a synth pedal but I found it pretty difficult to use it. The main problem is that once you created a sound it is difficult to re-create it during the next session. there are no references on the knobs. it is definitely for pro users, next time I'll probably go for a boss synth.
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Alot to unpack but very fun
pump 11.04.2020
an intrument among itself, still looking for use of it but its one of those that needs more time.
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Randomly acceptable?
Jarvis_ 30.01.2021
Random is sometimes overused in FX these days. This applies 100% here.
It's hard to control all parameters and fix a regular sound ... I would not recommend for live performance, just to experiment weird effects at home or for recordings. Plus, it is quite expensive.

Well built, robust, nice sounds (sometimes) and pretty design on a positive note.
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