The 80s are back on the agenda. Whether fashion or music. And although the music business (as well as the fashion designers) committed some really bad crimes during the 1980s, the LoFi sounds of the 80s game consoles have been permanently engraved in our minds and ears. Far away from the perfect sound, always accompanied by some dirt and a slight tendency to kitsch. Pure nostalgia. Therefore, in this article, I would like to present some pedals that are able to create such an Arcade sound. Continue reading “16-bit Arcade sounds – revival of the 80s”
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 stereo comparison of the brilliant Crazy Tube Circuits Echotopia with the amazing Empress Echosystem.Find out more about different settings and how both of them may sound in the mix. Please, use your headphones!
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 Empress Echosystem with the Eventide Rose. For the Rose is a mono pedal, I chose the single mode for the Echosystem. Find out more about different settings of these delay pedals and how both of them can sound in the mix.
This is a stereo demo of the amazing Empress Echosystem. Please, use your headphones! For the Echosystem is an incredible extensive delay, I won’t even try to present all of its brilliant functions. I only present my 7 favorite settings instead.
This is a comparison of the Walrus Audio ARP-87 with the DOD Rubberneck. For the DOD Rubberneck is an analog delay pedal, I only use the analog mode of the Walrus Audio ARP-87. Besides, I also present modulation and how both pedals may sound in the mix.
This is a comparison of the Walrus Audio ARP-87 with the Maxon AD-900. For the Maxon AD-900 is an analog delay pedal, I only use the analog mode of the Walrus Audio ARP-87. Find out more about the sound of different delay times and how both pedals may sound in the mix.
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