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Re: MIDI Tempo based effect processor?
Right! The Ineko is a desk top unit. I provided a
link to it because there's not a lot of info avail-
able on the Akira yet, only that it is a single rack
space, stereo, multi-fx device. I'm just guessing/
assuming/hoping that it will have similar effects
as the Ineko.
--- Scott McGregor Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I believe this is a tabletop - not a rack unit.
> > Although I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for it,
> > Alesis is coming out with a single space rack unit
> > called AKIRA. I think it's supposed to sell for
> > around $250. I'm wondering if it's a rack version
> > their INEKO processor. If so, it would have filter
> > vocoder effects as well as delay & reverb.
> > http://www.alesis.com/news/press/Ineko.html
> Scott M2
> > --- Mark Sottilaro <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > Hey,
> > >
> > > after lugging two racks of gear down to
> Loopstock, I
> > > found myself asking
> > > the ever new question, "Isn't there a smaller
> way to
> > > do this?" What I'm
> > > basically hoping for is to replace my MO-FX
> > > based delay, flange
> > > and tremolo) and Warp Factory (Vocoder) with one
> > > unit, perferably a
> > > single rack space number. Lot's of knobs aren't
> > > really all that
> > > relevent to me, as a guitarist, presets that I
> > > control via midi are
> > > better for me. Roland makes a cool little
> > > designed for DJs, but
> > > it's a tabletop number, which isn't the best for
> > > dream of a
> > > guitar-rack-amp setup. Anything like this out
> > > there?
> > >
> > > Mark Sottilaro
> > >
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