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What do we mean when we say a Roland Space Echo has “Zero Head Gain” and why is that so special? A short delve into the world of tape echo servicing...
The one page "manual" that comes with our Type 636P germanium preamp - our zero-compromise recreation of the legendary Grampian mic preamp circuit.
We need to talk about rubber, how to change it, and why it’s so important to the long term health and performance of your tape echo. And because size does matter.
A demo-heavy post singing the praises of the humble compact vintage analogue mixer. Featuring Teac, Tascam, Boss, Sony, Yamaha and more...
Some of the nuggets of wisdom we've picked up as we've overhauled, tested & sold hundreds of tape echoes, as well as using them in our studio for many years, not to mention swapping tips with top musicians and producers around world.
All tape is not equal. Many (most?) tapes available online do not perform well in Roland echoes... Based on our experience working on hundreds of tape echoes and trying many tapes, this is the answer to the question: Which is the best tape loop for my Roland (or Korg!) tape echo?
We are regularly asked "do you have a stereo tape echo?" or "can I get a stereo pair of tape echoes?", so we thought we'd put our answer and some demos here for easy reference.
Some useful info for using a Grampian 636 in a modern studio set up. By no means a full user guide, but this should help you integrate this old piece of kit into a modern set up.
Scans of the three original settings sheets for the mighty Bi-phase, plus a blank recall sheet to print and use.
A scan of the manual for this rare piece of equipment (similar to a Bode...).
Although described in the H910 manual, the CV and Keyboard modes are less well known than Manual control, and this brief guide is aimed to help you get the best from your H910.
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).
The information and photos of the gear we've had through our hands are a valuable resource that we want to make available to as many people as possible (and yes, of course it also shows the depth of our knowledge and experience and gives buyers confidence!). Take a wander through our archives; pause to look at some of the rare, strange, or one-off pieces of equipment we've had through; stop with a sharp intake of breath at the rows of Binson Echorecs stretching into the distance...
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