|Bakkster_Man ||02-19-2013 04:11 PM |
Analog signal path, digital control
I've always thought this would be the perfect effects solution. An analog signal path that can be controlled digitally. So rather than an A/D/A system and digital effects, you simply use the digital to operate the controls of an analog circuit. So the tonal quality of an analog pedal, with the versatility and quick-change of a digital setup.
So far, I've only seen a single example of this by Vintage Revolution. It's designed for guitar, rackmounted, has 14 effects, and costs a LOT of money. http://www.vintage-revolution.com/products/pedalpro/
Anyone heard of other effect makers using a similar methodology for an analog multi-effect pedal?
|LSMFT6 ||02-19-2013 04:34 PM |
I feel like i read somewhere that the Tech 21 Character series employs this method, confirm anyone confirm?
I've heard that too, at least for the programmable units.
|dannybuoy ||02-19-2013 04:40 PM |
The Chunk Systems Octavius Squeezer and the Sonuus Wahoo spring to mind. Had the former, currently own the latter and it's a keeper!
|Bakkster_Man ||02-20-2013 01:15 PM |
I was mostly interested in other multi-effect boxes. I'm wondering if that's something on the cusp of happening, with the number of single effect setups like this we're seeing.
|tech21nyc ||02-21-2013 09:09 AM |
All of our programmable products employ analog circuits that are digitally controlled.
|AndyLES ||02-21-2013 10:39 AM |
WAY too expensive.
|cheapbasslovin ||02-21-2013 06:28 PM |
Carvin had their Frank Gambale Tone Navigator a few years back. Digitally controlled analog preamp with a digital modulation/reverb/delay effects section.
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