For a new song, I used a chord sequence recorded with a reverse delay. I think, in my own case this is an appropriate substitute for an extensive synth sound. But I recognized that it is pretty hard to control the reverse delay and now, I am not able to reproduce my record exactly. I have the feeling that it does whatever it wants to do. Somehow, the rhythm of the reverse signal varies each time. I am not sure, if this is problem only occurs in my setup but I tried my best to describe the trouble. At the moment I am using the reverse delay of the Boss ME-80, might this be the source of error?Continue reading “Reverse delay trouble”
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.
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”
This is a comparison of the Boss DD-8 with the DOD Rubberneck. On request, I made this video. In comparison to the DD-7, the analog mode of the DD-8 has been changed. So, I wanted to compare this sound to another analog delay (DOD Rubberneck). Furthermore, you will get slapback sounds, run-away feedback and oscillation.
Hardware vs. Software:This is a comparison of the Strymon DIG with the PSP 85 VST plugin. In this last part of a series of comparisons of a pedal with a VST plugin, I compare a VST plugin with a digital delay pedal. The sound of both delays is based on the 80s rack-delays. Check out if there are sonic differences between the pedal and a VST plugin.
Hardware vs. Software:This is a comparison of two legendary analog delay pedals with the Soundtoys Echoboy VST Plugin. For the Echoboy VST plugin offers a Memory Man emulation, as well as a DM-2 emulation, I choose the and Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man and the Boss DM-2 for this comparison. Check out if there are sonic differences between the pedals and a VST plugin. This is the second part of a series of comparisons of a pedal with a VST plugin. Stay tuned for the last part about digital delays compared with a VST plugin.
Hardware vs. Software:This is a comparison of the Strymon Volante with the Soundtoys Echoboy VST Plugin. Check out if there are sonic differences between a pedal and a VST plugin. This is the first part (tape emulation) of a series of comparisons of a pedal with a VST plugin. Stay tuned for further parts about digital delays and analog delays.
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”
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