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Re: MIDI Tempo based effect processor?
The Ineko does seem like it would do the trick... but it's a table top
unit, as is the Roland EF-303 (http://namm.harmony-
central.com/SNAMM00/Content/Roland/HotPick/EF303.html). My MASTER PLAN
is to keep a single 6 space rack that I can plug power in, my guitar and
be done. Thanks for the info though, I'm sure this would be nice for
On Monday, March 4, 2002, at 12:07 AM, John Tidwell wrote:
> 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 of
> their INEKO processor. If so, it would have filter &
> vocoder effects as well as delay & reverb.
> The only other things I can think of are the Eventide
> Eclipse, a used Korg AM8000R (don't know if it does
> vocoder), maybe the Lexicon MPX-1 (again, vocoder??).
> Which Roland device were you considering?
> --- Mark Sottilaro <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> 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 (tempo
>> 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 can
>> control via midi are
>> better for me. Roland makes a cool little number,
>> designed for DJs, but
>> it's a tabletop number, which isn't the best for my
>> dream of a
>> guitar-rack-amp setup. Anything like this out
>> Mark Sottilaro
> John Tidwell
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