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Re: multi effects unit
I have found interesting sounds in the Lexicon Vortex, Alesis Akira
(basically all of the their Mod FX stuffed in one MIDI contollable box)
and The Roland/Boss VF-1.
Unfortunately these are all obsoleted units (no longer made or supported
by their makers) and fairly rare.
However, rare does not mean expensive as they all can be found regularly
on Ebay from time to time.
Fo myself, after 10 years of using it, the Vortex is an essential part of
my pre-loop sound making scheme and I have really come to appreciate the
Akira as a post-loop processor.
I own 2 of each.
tEd ® kiLLiAn
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---- Erdem Helvacioglu <email@example.com> wrote:
> Besides my "acoustic guitar and live electronics" with audiomulch setup,
>I began to work with a laptopless setup for electric guitar. For this
>setup, I use tc electronic fireworx, eventide eclipse, lexicon mpx100 as
>hardware multi effects processor. I was wondering if any of you could
>recommend other multi effects processor with very wild effects.
> Thanks and best regards.
> Erdem Helvacioglu
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