This is a comparison of the DOD Rubberneck with the Erica Synths Zen Delay For both delays do not have true bypass, I used a true bypass looper (Lehle Parallel) for the audio recording. The Zen Delay does not provide an analog mode. Via the filter settings, I formed an analog-like sound in the digital delay mode. And the Rubberneck is, what it is: a great dark and gritty analog delay.
This is a comparison of the Fulltone Tube Tape Echo with the Erica Synths Zen Delay For both delays do not have true bypass, I used a true bypass looper (Lehle Parallel) for the audio recording. I would like to present some sonic options by using different modes and filters of the Erica Synths Zen Delay and varying speeds and a higher record level for tape saturation of the Fulltone Tube Tape Echo.
This is a demo of the Erica Synths Zen Delay. Initially, it has been designed for synthesizer players. But it is absolutely recommendable for guitarists. Learn more about the extensive functions, filters and the different modes of this awesome pedal.
Sooner or later, every guitarist will start to record his/her own songs. By now, there are numerous nice programs that are able to transform your computer at home into a small record studio. Furthermore, there is an almost endless assortment of effect plug-ins which allow to modify your sound additionally.
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.
This is a comparison of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 with Eventide ROSE. To get close to the brightest setting of the Moogerfooger MF-104 I reduced the filter of the ROSE. You will also get a demo of a darker setting, slow and faster modulation and how both delay pedals may sound in the mix. For pitch shifting effects, I added an expression pedal to the ROSE delay. Regarding the Moogerfooger, I used a square waveform modulation to create the pitch shifting effects.
This is a comparison of the Empress Echosystem with the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy. The Echosystem provides a Deluxe Memory Boy algorithm, which I chose for the first three soundfiles in this video. Find out if the analog bucket brigade device algorithm with slightly increased saturation gets also close to the sound of the Deluxe Memory Boy. For the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy is a mono pedal, I chose the single mode for the Echosystem.
This is a comparison of the Chase Bliss Audio THERMAE with Eventide ROSE. To get close to the brightest setting of the THERMAE, I reduced the filter of the ROSE. You will also get a demo of a darker setting, slow modulation and how both of delay pedals may sound in the mix. For pitch shifting effects, I added an expression pedal to the ROSE delay.
These are my favorite 7 settings of the Eventide ROSE delay. Find out how a maxed filter pot will create bright repeats (0:08) while a reduced filter will bring out almost analog-like sounds (0:43). An envelope controlled modulation will produce a tape-like feeling (1:27). And of course, I also used an expression pedal (3:00) for reverse delays with pitch shifting.
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