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To give you this power, we took a unique approach. Each unit is a complete effects device unto itself. This approach also means that each effect you choose has a complete set of programmable parameters, for total control of your sound.
It also has a digital patch bay giving you the flexibility to route signals from mono or stereo sources, in series or parallel configurations. A built in sub mixer controls signal output, maintaining multiple stereo images with 4 outputs, or even mixing 4 sources down to 2 outputs.
This gives you the flexibility to process 1, 2, 3 or 4 separate sources at the same time, with over 30 possible signal flow choices. These 46 algorithms cover a variety of applications, from world-class reverbs, delays and colouration effects to compression, expansion, ducking and pitch-shifting. And the ease of having them all under the control of the one interface saves time that is better spent making your music. It does everything…four times over.
I almost always use all four processors for a single source and get excellent results. A luxury I know since I have three available for use. Typically Vocals and Guitar are the two instruments that can gain from multiple effects. Vocals use a compressor, gating, eq, and reverb, leaving me some other effect to use intermittently such as chorus, echo, distortion, or flanging.
Same for guitars. You see, there are a lot of possibilities. I have also used it as a dedicated voice processor for live use, and using all four processors in series can even make me sound good!
If you have the mixer, you can use to aux sends for two dual-processor effects, or if you have 4 sends, up to 4 individual effects. Drawback: Great MIDI implementation but sadly the volume control for delay line effects is on the output, not the input, so you will have a harder time queing the exact phrase that should be echoed. You will need a second processor before the delay effect to do that — not a problem if you wanted a second effect in series but it is a limitation.
The rooms and plates sound fine. The 8-voice chorus is to me a bit much — to smeary or something. I prefer the simpler eq-chorus-ddl effect since it has a cleaner chorus and includes more eq and delay effects that can be used or not.
The system has a lot of programability and that makes this very flexible. As one example, if you have one or up to four inputs, the output of the effect can still remain in stereo. If going mono, just use output 1 and all processors are summed to mono.
This is all done with jack switching internally so there is no menu-configuration needed. Look, I could go on and on with this unit. It has some drawbacks, but it is pretty awesome too.
The fact that I have three of these, and continue to use them even now 25 or so years later, should be enough of an endorsement from me. You must be logged in to post a comment. Vintage Effects. Digital Reverbs. Digital Delays. Digital Effects Processors. Analogue Effects. Chris Lord Alge. Michael Brauer. Bob CLearmountain. Hugh Padgham. Integrate your effects with your DAW Workstation.
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