cunsa /ˈcuːnsa/ s.f. [dialect of Modena of uncertain etymology, probably from a Latin *comptiare, derived from comptus, participle of comĕre ‘organize,’ ‘decorate’] — curing, seasoning (of foods), tanning (of leathers).
Seasoning is crucial for cooking. It is a process that enhances the flavors, glues the ingredients together, and even adds some unexpected kick.
From a gentle refining touch to a shovelful of spice, CUNSA is the perfect seasoning tool for your patches. It can sweeten a sour lead or beef up an insipid bass line, and anything in between.
And, just like a good oil, you can even taste it by itself!
CUNSA is a quadruple analog pingable multimode resonant filter, saturator, mixer, and oscillator.
It is our sound seasoning tool: it can gently even a patch, applying a final touch, or it can set it on fire with a ridiculous amount of spice. It’s up to you and your cooking style!
It consists of four multimode resonant filters with a custom saturation and feedback control that you can use independently or in various combinations and roles thanks to a series of seminormalizations.
Manual you can find here: MANUAL