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Meris Enzo Multi-Voice Synthesizer Pedal
The Meris Enzo is a multi-voice synthesizer pedal capable of transforming standard guitar signals into otherworldly synth sounds from outer space. Dial in tight monosynth leads, complex chord polyphony or multi-note sequenced arpeggiation on any guitar—no special pickups needed. The Enzo also features MIDI and line inputs for re-synthesizing vocals, drum machines, or even other synthesizers.
The Enzo features an arsenal of analog filters, ring modulation and envelopes for dialing in punchy leads, thick baselines and textured synth pads. Conjure ghostly pads, expressive pedal synths and hypnotic delayed arpeggios using The Enzo’s onboard pitch, time and modulation effects.
Create colossal synth sounds using multi-voice dual oscillators with selectable waveforms. Quickly dial in the perfect tempo for oscillators, arpeggios and more using the two tap delay controls. Generate lush chords in Poly mode, biting leads in Mono mode, and mesmerizing arpeggios in Arp mode. Fine-tune your tone with an onboard compressor and custom six mode filter.
The Enzo uses a high-quality 24-bit A/D and D/A and 32-bit floating DSP hardware for latency-free performances in real time. The Enzo’s low-noise analog signal path features JFET input circuitry for creating thick, rich textures.
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Use the Pitch knob to adjust the pitch of your wet signal up or down two whole octaves in half-step intervals to create evolving arpeggios. The Filter Env knob controls the attack and decay rates for the triggered envelope, allowing you to dial in punchy, percussive arp plucks or soft, subtle swells. Use the Modulation knob to create unique chorus and flange effects that adds depth to your synth. If you’re looking for width, use the secondary function of the Mix knob to dial in single tap and double tap delay tempos, which spread into a wide stereo image. Glitch-up your guitar by adding tremolo and ring modulation using the secondary function of the Sustain knob.
Whether you’re looking to create emotive mono leads, trance-inducing stereo arpeggios, hypnotic drum beats, fuzzy baselines, pitch-shifted melodies or even classic 70s pedal synths sounds—The Enzo can do it all.
- Colossal Multi-Voice Dual Oscillator Synth architecture with selectable waveforms
- Two Tap Delay with Time, Feedback, Modulation, and special two stage level control
- Three Synth modes: Poly Synth, Mono Synth, and Arpeggiated Synth
- Two Distinct Tunable Envelope Types: Triggered and Envelope Follower
- Tunable Portamento Time for smooth transitions between synth notes and pitch shifts
- Sustain control for extending your volume envelope all the way to endless synth hold
- Adjustable Compressor with Threshold and Mix for your input signal (Dry mode)
- Custom 6 mode filter with frequency, bandwidth (resonance), and envelope
- Wide ranging Ring Modulation with ability to assign envelope control
- Digitally controlled Analog mix control
- Stereo input and output
- Switchable input / output headroom level for Guitar or Synth / Line level
- Expression pedal control over all parameters simultaneously
- Presets available via external 4-Preset switch or MIDI
- MIDI in/out over TRS via the EXP jack
- External Tap Tempo over TRS
- MIDI beat clock synchronization
- Premium analog signal path and 24-bit AD/DA w/32 bit floating point DSP
- Premium Analog Devices JFET input section
- Color – translucent coat of vibrant gold over brushed aluminum
- Designed and built in Los Angeles, California U.S.A.
- Premium quality 24 bit A/D and D/A
- 32 Bit floating point DSP hardware
- Premium low noise Analog signal path throughout
- Digitally controlled Analog Dry path for wet/dry mix
- Analog Devices JFET input circuitry
- Selectable True Bypass (Relay) or Analog Buffered Bypass
- Durable translucent coat of vibrant gold over brushed aluminum
- Current draw <150 mA
- Dimensions – 4.25″ wide, 4.5″ long, 2″ tall
|Input Connectors||1/4-inch TS|
|Output Connectors||1/4-inch TS|
|Power Supply||Required (not included)|
|Power Consumption||150 mA|
Enzo cons:Tracking in poly mode is possible but not great, volume level is way to loud,no way to adjust, endlessly frustrating, using midi and editor helped but saving presets is difficult, I much prefer the eventide h9 hotsawz awesome tracking,volume control easy presets but sadly only monophonic, will sell this pedal if tracking can’t be improved somehow
Enzo pros: awesome stereo synth sound, so many sound variations ,the only
other pedal that comes close is the boss sy300 that is stereo,has midi,presets
Great stuff! Very feature heavy pedal with lots of tricks up it's sleeve.
If you’re a guitar player looking for a particular sound for a part in a song, or an underlying texture to a tone, then this is where you would begin to explore that. There are lots of different combinations to try out because the pedal has a bunch of secondary functions. BUT, the thing is, you MUST have the preset pedal to save what you find. Otherwise, once you power down, that discovery will vanish. The preset pedal is another expense, but it gives you 4 saved tones, actually 5 if you consider the pedal in its natural state. So I highly recommend this. With the preset pedal, you have 5 tonal options for the price of the pedal. Good deal to me.
This is a fabulous pedal,and I currently own 4 synth pedals and sold 2 others so I have some experience.The features are endless and the sounds are rich and lush.And I've only hit the tip of Enzos' iceberg.Meris is leading the way and V.K. delivers fast.
Great pedal. It does a million crazy things and a million useful things. 4 instead of five for the lack of usable preset functionality out of the box, and somewhat confusing expression pedal functions. Other than that, A+
Love it, I recommend the https://vintageking.com/meris-preset-switch to help access more fun, more of the time.
One of the most creative and incredible pedals i've ever had, has a learning curve i'm still learning new things byut is been very rewarding.
Also top notch service from Vintage King. Thank you guys!
I don't have much to say, but It is my favorite pedal on my board!
I was hesitant at first. I've had the Superego, and I have a number of mono and polyphonic analogue synths already, so I couldn't figure out if I really needed this, although I love my other Meris pedals. I took a leap, and I am now a believer. It's actually my favorite pedal and the Superego is sold. The synth sounds and tracking are simply fantastic, and the ability to create them, including an arpeggiator, with my guitar creates a whole new world of possibilities. And the dry mode, with delay, ring modulation, and filtering, is a worthy pedal on its own. Throw a fuzz or distortion before or after this, and you can get some monstrous tones. I highly recommend using an expression pedal to produce even more options, and a midi-controller of some sort to save sounds you stumble upon, which is a part of the joy of the pedal (I use a Disaster Area to control this and other Meris pedals simultaneously and still have expression pedal control). I can't recommend this thing enough.
One of the coolest pedals on the market today. Can’t imagine parting with it. It’s like after years and years of companies fumbling around in the dark with synthesizer pedals- Enzo just NAILED it. Only improvement I could see would be the ability to save presets onboard without having to buy their chunky preset switch. But small Aussie for what you get. Amazing machine.
Just an amazing pedal. So deep and so many possible sounds. Really need the $99 4 preset switcher for practical use, but if you’re interested in high quality synth sounds, this is absolutely THE pedal to buy.
Out of this world!..
Awesome little box. Sounds luscious in stereo.
This pedal is awesome, haven't even tapped into everything it can do yet and it's already blowing my mind!
Great condition. Really enjoy the pedal
The Meris Enzo is exactly what my pedalboard needed, everything about it is 10/10 from the design to sound to price. Practically a 3-in-one pedal, I still find new sonic landscapes to traverse without the tacky digital sounds of every other synth pedal. The fine folks at Meris have accomplished what other companies only dream of and I look forward to see what the future has in store.
An extreme range of sounds in monophonic,polyphonic, arpeggiated, and dry modes. The dry mode allows you to use the filters and delay without synth, and that mode on it's own would constitute a powerful pedal. This pedal sounds incredible and has many applications. I take off one star for the polyphonic tracking, which is sluggish, but was probably designed that way for a more ambient sweeping effect. The monophonic mode tracking is solid. The other thing I don't care for is the alternate controls function. Holding down a button to change the function of each knob is a little annoying, but not terrible. Also the arpeggios mode doesn't offer much customization from what I've seen so far. I could go on for hours describing the functions, but this is a gorgeous sounding pedal that works great as ambience for a cleaner guitar signal, or right on top as a sparkling cascading synth. Definitely not for everyone, but it you're into soundscapes, this one is great.
impressive pedal! Be ready to dive in! Sink your teeth into the sonic styling! This thing takes you to another level!
Excellent pedal! Tons of sound possibilities.
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