While the first part of this review was dedicated to the outer and inner values of the Nux Tape Core Deluxe, you will now learn all about the editor of this pedal. Continue reading “Review: Nux Tape Core Deluxe – Part II”
The successor of the legendary Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is a likewise rather pedalboard-friendly analog delay. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M”
This is a comparison of the Strymon Volante with the Akai Headrush.
By activating different tone heads, I created varying rhythms.
A sonic coulouring of each of these rhythms is added by different settings.
0:12 tape echo (Headrush)/ tape mode (Volante) – tone head 4 activated Continue reading “Strymon Volante vs. Akai Headrush”
The Nux Tape Core Deluxe is not even new, but nevertheless, it might worth it to mind this pedal if you are looking for a new tap echo. It is really robust; its editor makes it very versatile and the price of 69€ is unbeatable. Continue reading “Review: Nux Tape Core Deluxe – Part I”
Like its predecessor, the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 SD a definitively not pedalboard-friendly analog delay.
In contrast to the MF-104 it offers an extended maximum delay time of 1.4ms. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 SD”
The Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is definitively not pedalboard-friendly. But the MN3008 Bucket Brigade Chips create up to 800ms of finest analog delay sound.
Additionally, you will get an internal/external feedback looper and tap tempo. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104”
It provides a splendid sound with a maximum delay time of 700ms.
The drive knob allows also to boost the signal even more. Continue reading “Moog Minifooger MF Delay”
The Maxon AD-900 is definitively not a pedalboard-friendly delay. But this analog wonder does not need to be space-saving. It offers up to 600ms of maximum delay time. At the time of its construction, an absolutely phenomenal duration. Continue reading “Maxon AD-900”
The Maxon AD-80 is a pedalboard-friendly analog delay icon.
It has been one of the first of its kind and until today, it has always been an evergreen. Continue reading “Maxon AD-80”
Today, almost every musician records his/her music at home. Mostly via a soundcard directly into a DAW.
There, you will find numerous VST effects to create a sophisticated sound.
But many effect pedals as well are also suitable for recording. Continue reading “Effect pedals for recording”
The Malekko Ekko 616 as well as its improved version, the Ekko 616 MKII is a pedalboard-friendly analog delay. Continue reading “Malekko Ekko 616/ Ekko 616 MKII”
A long time ago, there was the Korg SDD-3000 rack delay with its legendary sound.
Some years ago, the also less pedalboard-friendly version of this classic has been put on the market. Continue reading “Korg SDD-3000 Pedal”
The Lovepedal Hermida EPH-3 is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay.
Inicially, the tape echo emulation has been produced by Hermida. Some time ago, Lovepedal aquired Hermida. Continue reading “Lovepedal Hermida EPH-3”
Similar to the other Maxon AD-pedals, the AD 999 as well is a less pedalboard-friendly analog delay.
The MC4107D bucket brigade ICs make the AD 999 sound a bit dirtier, less defined and a bit rougher than the AD 900. Continue reading “Maxon/ Ibanez AD 999”
The Ibanez DL 10 is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay/reverb from the 80s.
Accordingly, the sound of the up to 400ms maximum delay time reminds definitively of this period. Continue reading “Ibanez DL 10”