Vintage mixer with a great sound and a trick up its sleeve in the form of a built-in BBD echo controlled by three sliders.
Demo of another of these below…
Simpler than some of the Roland mixers we get, this unit looks like it was designed for the home studio/karaoke set up. But these 70s Roland mixers sound great, especially when you overdrive the inputs – can really add punch to DAW beats and synths. We’ve been getting lots of positive feedback from customers using them to add texture and colour to drum machines, synths etc. Check the stock list (link above) for more models.
BBD echo sounds good. Has the usual analogue noise on some settings but repeats are loud and clear so the chips are currently in good health. Glitches and bubbles very nicely and almost tips into feedback and times.
See the detailed photos for more information about the various inputs and controls. The echo can be applied to any of the four channels. Get in touch if you have any questions.
CONDITION: Very good overall. Minor signs of age and use only.
Demo of another of these we had through:
Some news on progress with preorders for the Soundgas Type 636. It's an updated, studio-ready clone of the original Grampian Type 636 reverb unit.
PUBLISHED: 26th Jun 2019
On Thursday 6th June, we held our inaugural Soundgas Roadshow event at Strongroom Studios in London: hands-on vintage gear demos in the afternoon, and then an...
PUBLISHED: 19th Jun 2019
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