Because of the numerous requests regarding my favorite bugdet delays, I tried to figure out my top delays within the categories tape emulation, digital delay and analog delay.
The order of the delays within the respective group or video is not a ranking, for I am unable to tell which of them I like best.
0:04 NUX Tape Core Deluxe Continue reading “My favorite budget delays”
After you have learned all about the construction and the standard sounds of the Boss DD-8 in the first part of this review, I will now introduce the special modes of this compact digital delay. Continue reading “Review: Boss DD-8 part II”
The Boss DD-8 is the most recent compact Boss delay and the direct successor of the DD-7.
In this two- part review, I will first present facts about the construction and the standard sounds of the Boss DD-8, before, in the second part, I will dedicate myself to the special modes of this compact digital delay. Continue reading “Review: Boss DD-8 part I”
The first part of the DD-200 review was dedicated to the design and the fundamental sounds of the latest Boss delay-creation.
Now, I would like to take a closer look to some special algorithms of this digital delay. Continue reading “Review: Boss DD-200 part II – special algorithms”
The youngest member of the Boss family is the Boss DD-200. Although it comes around in a compact enclosure, it offers numerous features.
In this first part of the review, you will learn more about the design and some sounds of the Boss DD-200. The second part will be about some special algorithms. Continue reading “Review: Boss DD-200 Part I”
This is a demo of some special algorithms of the marvelous BOSS DD-200 (http://www.bossus.com/).The BOSS DD-200 is a standalone pedal which is really compact, provides many features and can be extended extremely by connecting additional switches and midi.
0:54 Tera Echo Continue reading “BOSS DD-200 special algorithms”
In the second part of this review, you will get to know all about the sound of the astonishing Nux Atlantic. Continue reading “Review: Nux Atlantic -Part II”
The first part of this two-part review is dedicated to the construction of the Nux Atlantic delay/reverb. And in the second part you will get to know all about the sound of this astonishing bargain. Continue reading “Review: Nux Atlantic -Part I”
This is a demo of the BOSS DD-200 (http://www.bossus.com/).
The BOSS DD-200 is a standalone pedal which is really compact, provides many features and can be extended extremely by connecting additional switches and midi.
0:10 standard Continue reading “BOSS DD-200”
Die Auswahl an guten Delays ist riesig und für jeden Geldbeutel ist etwas passendes dabei. Auch im Budget Bereich findet man viele gute Delays, sowohl analoge, Tape Emulationen und digital Delays.
In dieser dreiteiligen Serie möchte ich aus allen drei Bereichen einige Vertreter vorstellen, die es derzeit für sehr schmales Geld auf dem Markt gibt. Continue reading “Budget Delays Teil II”
This is a comparison of the Source Audio Nemesis with the Line6 DL4.
The Line6 DL4 has been launched decades ago, but still doesn’t have to be shy about a comparison with the Source Audio Nemesis.
In this demo I compare different modes of these two workhorses.
0:09 DL4: tube tape / Nemesis: noise tape with slight modulation Continue reading “Source Audio Nemesis vs. Line6 DL4”
This is a comparison of the Empress Echosystem with the Hughes & Kettner Replex.
In this demo I compare different settings of drive and vintage factor of the Hughes & Kettner Replex with varying tape modes of the Empress Echosystem.
0:12 Replex:single head, vintage factor fccw/ Echosystem: new tape Continue reading “Empress Echosystem vs. Hughes & Kettner Replex”
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”
This is a comparison of the Neunaber Expanse with the Source Audio Nemesis.
The Neuaber Expanse is quite more than a reverb. Thus, I compare different settings of both pedals like tape and digital. But also modes like scatter (Expanse) versus rhythmic (Nemesis) and echelon stock (Expanse) versus digital mode (Nemesis). Last but not least, you will get a demo of how both pedals sound in the mix.
0:10 tape Continue reading “Neunaber Expanse vs. Source Audio Nemesis”
In this video, I used the Neunaber Expanse as a delay.
Most people use it as a reverb effect, but through the Neunaber App you can also download several delay algorithms. The additional EXP Controller allows to choose between up to four different presets.
For it is stereo, please use your headphones!
0:08 echelon scatter Continue reading “Neunaber Expanse as a delay”