Every centimeter, the Empress Echosystem needs on the pedalboard, is worth it. The true bypass pedal offers every kind of sound that delay-lovers can ever imagine. Continue reading “Empress Echosystem”
This is a stereo comparison of the Empress Echosystem with the Source Audio Nemesis. Take a ride from digital, noise tape to reverse and Echoplex.
Please, use your headphones!
0:11 digital mode Continue reading “Empress Echosystem vs. Source Audio Nemesis”
For it is Christmas time, there will be present in the form of the 7-questions-to-interview with David Koltai. He is the guy behind the unique Pigtronix effects, which all bear the probably coolest logo so far. Find out which question he is waiting for to be ask and enjoy his answers to the 7 questions of the DelayDude.
Compared to the legendary original, the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man Tap Tempo 550 promises an extended maximum delay time. Like its idol, this analog delay is also rather less pedalboard-friendly. Continue reading “Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man Tap Tempo 550”
This is a comparison of the Eventide ROSE delay with the H9 Harmonizer.
Get thrilled by different types of delays, modulation, reverse delays and the sound of both pedals in the mix.
0:11 bright digital delay Continue reading “The Eventide comparison: H9 Harmonizer vs. ROSE delay”
While, some time ago, multi power supplies mostly were transformer based, Truetone uses digital technology for their multi power supplies. Continue reading “Tips & Tricks: Truetone CS7”
The Electro Harmonix Memory Boy is quite a bit more pedalboard friendly than the Deluxe-version. Based on the Memory Man, the Memory Boy is additionally equipped with modulation. Continue reading “Electro Harmonix Memory Boy”
This is a comparison of the legendary Fulltone Tube Tape Echo with the amazing Empress Echosystem.
0:11 bright setting /tape mode
0:45 dark setting / old tape
1:21 bright setting / Echoplex
2:09 in the mix / multi mode
gear: Fender Stratocaster,Evidence Audio SIS Cables, Fender Tweed Champ, Celestion G12M, Shure SM57, Cubase.
Several times, people asked me, how to assemble the perfect ambient pedalboard.
For this reason, I would like to sketch my very personal design of my pedalboard for ambient and soundscaping sounds in this article. Continue reading “Ambient pedalboard setup”
The Electro Harmonix Memory Toy is one of the few pedalboard-friendly analog delays of the Memory-series.
The propitious basis version comes around without any frills. Continue reading “Electro Harmonix Memory Toy”
This is a comparison of the Way Huge Supa-Puss with the Chase Bliss Audio Tonal Recall rkm. Find out more about the sound of these wunderful analog delay pedals. You will get to know different settings, slow and fast modulation and how they both might sound in the mix.
0:08 Supa-Puss tone at noon, Tonal Recall rkm brightest setting Continue reading “Way Huge Supa-Puss vs. Chase Bliss Audio Tonal Recall rkm”
To many guitarists, midi is still a mystery. Although midi is nothing new. Initially, it has been used mostly by keyboarders. Maybe this is the reason why so many guitarists refuse to use midi as well. But besides some disadvantages, even guitarists can benefit from midi. Continue reading “Midi for pedalboards: Is it only bling-bling or does it make sense?”
The Electro Harmonix Memory Man with Hazarai is much more than a delay pedal.
The rather less pedalboard friendly digital delay provides up to 3 seconds of maximum delay time. Continue reading “Electro Harmonix Memory Man with Hazarai”
This is a comparison of the Eventide ROSE with the Ibanez DE7.
Both of these digital delays are using an analog filter.
Check out some of their sonic possibilities at different setting, for slapback delays and in the mix.
0:11 digital delay through analog filter/ echo mode Continue reading “Eventide ROSE vs. Ibanez DE7”
The Crazy Tube Circuits Echotopia was one of the most unexpected delays I learned to know in 2019. This is why I think, we all should learn a bit more about the man behind the great pedals from Greek. Continue reading “7 questions to Christos Ntaifotis (Crazy Tube Circuits)”