Vlad Kreimer, the founder of SOMA Laboratory, comes without a lab coat. In our interview he tells us how he got into music, who he would like to use his devices and which device from another manufacturer he would love to have invented. Continue reading “7 questions to Vlad Kreimer (SOMA Laboratory)”
In my opinion, the Free The Tone Future Factory FF-1Y is a great pedal and because I’m always interested in who are the creative people behind the devices that I like so much, I asked Yukihiro Hayashi 7 questions. How did he become the owner and president of Free The Tone, which pedal from another manufacturer he wished he had invented, and what if things had turned out completely differently? The friendly Yuki gives us answers to these and other questions in our interview. Continue reading “7 questions to Yukihiro Hayashi (Free The Tone)”
The SOMA Cosmos is a very special looper that reawakens creativity and the urge to play. He encourages sound experiments towards spherical sounds and inspiring variations and always conjures up new possibilities. Continue reading “Soma Cosmos Demo Video”
It’s no secret that I am slightly addicted to delay pedals, and there have been some brilliant pedals that really thrilled me. Therefore, I really enjoyed testing the BOSS RE-202 Space Echo for a detailed review for Amazona.de. Continue reading “BOSS RE-202 Space Echo: The DelayDude review on Amazona.de”
Like probably every musician, I love my instruments and effect pedals. And not just my own: I think every instrument, every pedal is a treasure that we must preserve. Unfortunately, even the best devices sometimes break. Continue reading “DelayDude – we give broken pedals a new life”
In this video I want to show you how to combine a synthesizer like the Arturia MicroFreak with delay effect pedals for guitars as a little suggestion for sound experiments. This synthesis opens up completely new worlds of sound and can definitely expand the sonical horizon. Have fun trying.
In this second part of my two-part series, I would like to show you how you can combine a synthesizer like the Arturia MicroFreak with reverb effect pedals for guitars as a small suggestion for sound experiments. As already shown in the first part about the combination with delay pedals, this relationship can also open up completely new worlds of sound. Have fun trying.
This is a demo of the NUX NDD-7 Tape Echo. Find out more about this compact emulation of the Roland RE-201 Space Echo. The built-in looper offers so many options that you will have to get this digital delay anyway.
1. Tape head 3 – long delay with reverb and wow & flutter Continue reading “NUX NDD-7 Tape Echo Delay”
With a little help from my friends… or with much help from people I partly didn’t even know before, we succeed in recovering our channel “delay dude”!
We want to thank everyone, who supported us.
But our very special thanks go to Philipp Ernst (Bonedo), who was so kind to spend hours to get in contact with the YouTube support. He was the guy who did all the bureaucratic paperwork with us.
We also want to thank Frank Prager. Without your mail and your comments, we wouldn’t even have started the fight.
We are so grateful, because this channel means so much to us and so much to my beloved father, who is fighting the cancer and who must endure so many cruel operations these days.
Thank you all so much!
For my Telecaster, I use an analog setup: A Mad Professor Sweet Honey Deluxe, a MXR Analog Chorus, a MXR Carbon Copy into a Fender Custom Vibro Champ Reverb.
At the moment, to me, it is pretty difficult to adjust the delay time of the Carbon Copy. Surely, I know that there are apps to tap the repeats manually and then they will be shown on the display. At that point, I can re-adjust the time, play again, tap again and so on.
My question regarding that issue is: Do you know an app that listens while I play a note, and then shows the respective delay time so I can re-adjust the time easily? Continue reading “Is there tap tempo apps for analog delay pedals?”
This is a comparison of the JHS Pedals Panther Cub with the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy.
Two dark and a bit gritty sounding analog delays with the same size and comparable features.
This is a comparison of the JHS Pedals Panther Cub with the MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe.
These both analog delays come along with comparable features and need about the same space on the pedalboard.
0:52 long delay time Continue reading “JHS Pedals Panther Cub vs. MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe”