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The manual for this rack unit. Love the cover, and it's a great example of early digital reverb tech. The four presets are great on this box (and all can then be tweaked).
Some of our favourite videos (mostly our own!) of Echorecs in action. Includes demos featuring guitar, synths & drum machines, as well as some super-slow modified machines.
How slow can a Space Echo go? How long is the longest repeat? We dig into the variations in design, effects of age, & there's more about bad tape...
Complete text from the original Mu-tron Bi-Phase manual. While the Bi-Phase isn't necessarily our absolute "favourite" phaser, there's no escaping the fact that it's one that gets regular use for its versatility and great sound.
'Instructions for use of "Sound On Sound" Echoplex' - a scan of the original instructions for an EP-2 valve tape echo.
A high-res scan of a Japanese Korg / Keio catalogue from around 1978. Features all the MS and PS synths, plus MP drum machines, accessories and more.
Schematic and some info about this crazy-rare Italian vocoder / string synth.
The circuit diagram for Korg's big tape echo - pdf to download.
Complete manual (English & German) for one of our favourite BBD echo units for sure. Like two VRS 23 racks on steroids...
Scan of the manual for the rare Biamp Model SR/240 Stereo Reverberation System.
Scan of the manual for the Bandive-made Accessit spring reverb, plus a picture of the circuit diagram.
We really like the new Chase Bliss Habit delay pedal. This is a collection of our first experiments and thoughts on it.
PUBLISHED: 5th Apr 2022
An introduction to our new endeavour, Patch Project. No, it’s not a piece of hardware, we are building a music community like no other. A source...
PUBLISHED: 18th Jan 2022
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