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Re: Sonic Alienator - bit reduction / decimation pedal
It's funny you mention the Arion phaser. I found a setting that sounds
somewhere between furious underwater bubbling and the sound on '60s Star
Trek shows where something would appear out of
nowhere...BDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD. My bandmates laughed their asses off, and
for 20-something dollars, I can't really ask for more than that. Sure, the
iffy build quality is a drag, but for now, it's a hoot. (Early versions of
their plastic chorus are going for about $150 now.)
Having said all that, I'm sure the Alienator is worth it if you can swing
> [Original Message]
> From: Legion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Date: 1/31/2005 2:03:42 PM
> Subject: Re: Sonic Alienator - bit reduction / decimation pedal
> Frostwave makes the most interesting stomp boxes around IMO. All their
> products (including the Sonic Alienator) are built extrodinarily well and
> are very creative doing things most "normal" filters, autowahs, etc never
> I use the Fat Controller (sold my Arp and Doepher Sequencers once it
> arrived) a Resonantor, and a Spacebeam Theremin which is the best pitch
> only theremin I have ever used; rock solid with virtually NO drift, good
> variety of tones and features.
> The Sonic Alientor is for sound freaks and explorers. It is an
> extrodinarily high quality piece (that can make things sound like a fire
> hydrant :)) IMO an analogy between the Bitrateman and the Frostwave would
> be like an Arion Phaser pedal vs a Roland SPH323 rack unit. More depth
> flexibilty of sound, superior build and feel, and far superior sound
> The are more expensive (and worse since the US dollar is doing so
> poorly) but I rationalize it by saying buying a frostwave is like buying
> an instrument, not an effect. YMMV.
> On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, wavecomputer360 wrote:
> > IŽd be curious if the FW is ruder than the Bitrman by Alesis. My bet
> > be "ruder" but does anybody know for sure?
> > > http://www.frostwave.com/sonicalienator/
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