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Re: Reverb: Bang for Buck (Was: Percussive Loopers)

The M-One is great- if you can afford the M2000 I would do that- I compared
the M-One to Wave's best soft verb and they were about equal- the M-One was
better than all the other software verbs in the test including TC- I was
surprised- also the M-One is very easy to navigate and program- I was
surprised at NAMM to find the similarly designed D-Two had no Exit key- 
a pain-


----- Original Message -----
From: "Graham, Lindsay" <lgraham@post.cis.smu.edu>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2002 1:31 PM
Subject: Reverb: Bang for Buck (Was: Percussive Loopers)

> OK, so the gamut goes (limited to devices concentrating on reverb):
> $199 Lexicon MPX100
> $269 Roland SRV3030D
> $299 Lexicon MPX200
> $349 t.c. electronic M-One
> $399 Yamaha REV500
> $399 Lexicon MPX500
> $699 Lexicon MPX1
> $749 t.c. electronic M2000
> Too expensive:
> Lexicon PCM-91
> t.c. electronic M3000
> Many others I'm sure I've not listed.
> I'm really in the market for a decent reverb.  Well, perhaps not in the
> market.  I *need* one, but I don't necessarily want to buy one.  But what
> are you going to do?  I've got an MPX-100 that I just don't like.  Plus,
> there's the on-board effects from my Yamaha 01V, supposedly comparable to
> the REV500, but still, I don't really, really enjoy them, either.  I'd
> really like to spend less than $400, but could increase if the body of
> evidence points solidly in that direction.
> Any opinions from the lurking gear hoarders present?  This is basically
> same question as asked below, with only minor revision towards
> Lindsay Graham
> sonic detritus:
> left of eliot
> http://leftofeliot.iuma.com
>  -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Clark [mailto:mcl451@airmail.net]
> Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2002 1:01 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: RE: Percussive Loopers
> Lexicon LXP 15
> At 03:54 PM 2/1/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >Finally a guy with more edrum stuff than me!
> >
> >I've been having a problem with my MPX100 and TD10.  I have it connected
> >to an effects send on my Mackie.  When I add reverb to the TD10 channel,
> >there's a noticeable phase cancellation in the snare drum freqs.  It's
> >really annoying and happens even if the MPX100 is set to 100% dry.  I
> >don't think it's how I have things wired since I used to use a midiverb
> >in the same manner with no problems.
> >
> >And if I connect the TD10 directly through the Lexicon, it sounds great
> >however there's a slight latency that's really distracting.  I'll start
> >playing a beat and find myself actually slowing down.  I guess there's
> >just a weird delay with the outputs of the MPX100.
> >
> >I'd love to find a good under $400 reverb to replace the MPX100.  Any
> >suggestions?