This is a demo of the LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 Montreal Assembly Count to Five and the Chase Bliss Audio Thermae. Continue reading “LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 feat.Montreal Assembly Count to Five & Chase Bliss Audio Thermae”
This is a demo of the LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 (https://www.exploding-shed.com/microphonic-soundbox/) and the Strymon Volante. Continue reading “LeafAudio Microphonic Soundbox mk2 feat. Strymon Volante”
Similar to the TC Electronic Flashback, the Flashback 2 is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay as well.
Additionally, to the sounds of its predecessor, the Flashback 2 offers the “Crystal Delay” that adds an octave-effect to each repeat. Continue reading “TC Electronic Flashback 2”
The TC Electronic Flashback is a pedalboard friendly digital delay.
The solid allrounder comes around with numerous classical delay sounds. And because of the fact that TC Electronic is authorized to do so, they call the digital mode of the Flashback “2290”. If this digital delay with modulation gets closer to the sound of the legend remains to be discussed. Continue reading “TC Electronic Flashback”
Last year (after several years of playing the guitar) I finally bought my first effect pedals: the Walrus Audio Slö, the Earthquaker Devices Westwood and the Ditto looper.
I mostly listen to minimal, indie and ambient and therefore, I would love to create such sounds myself. But unfortunately, I have not made up my mind about a specific sound. Continue reading “Which pedal should I get?”
The Strymon DIG is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay which is able to emulate the double-rack unit of the 1980s. Continue reading “Strymon DIG”
The Strymon Timeline is definitively not pedalboard-friendly, but in exchange to its size, this digital delay has a lot to offer. Continue reading “Strymon Timeline”
The Strymon El Capistan is a relatively pedalboard-friendly tape echo emulation.
Actually, it is THE tape echo emulation that sets the standards for all other tape echo emulations. Continue reading “Strymon El Capistan”
The Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail is a pedalboard-friendly analog delay.
Initially, the mono pedal came around in a stylish silver-blue lacquering, while the more recent version attracts attention in an intensive blue. Continue reading “Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail”
The NUX Tape Core Deluxe is a pedalboard-friendly digital delay with beautiful tape sounds.
One extraordinary specialty of this 9V pedal which you can run on battery as well as on a power supply, is the so-called T.Lock. Continue reading “NUX Tape Core Deluxe”
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”
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”