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strymon bigsky

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by godspeed68, Oct 13, 2013.


  1. godspeed68

    godspeed68 i like music. a lot.

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    anybody on this one yet?

    http://http://www.strymon.net/bigsky/

    lets talk some verb!

    I wonder how the algorithms will compare to the context...

    super stoked to check it out either way. love my timeline.
     
  2. andvari7

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    As intrigued as I am by Strymon pedals in general, I am sick to death of the number of reverb pedals they make. Couldn't they have made a phaser instead? Or a Digitech Whammy killer?

    Sorry; I guess I let my emotions get the better of me. It looks like it will be a fine product - Strymon pedals always are - and even though I have no use for reverb, I'm sure that those who do will find it to be exceptional.
     
  3. falconspatriots

    falconspatriots Oh Word Supporting Member

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    Why I have to see this.....

    I'M GASSING SO HARD.
     
  4. godspeed68

    godspeed68 i like music. a lot.

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    given that this is their verb equivalent to the timeline and mobius, it seems likely that we could expect some other offerings in the future. a whammy killer is a genius idea, and if anyone would nail that out of the park it would be strymon.

    i will be picking one of these up when I can. for ambient/soundscape territory, this has got to be a one-stop-shop SPACE killer.

    as previously stated, i wonder how the algorithms will hold up in a pepsi challenge vs my context.
     
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  6. behndy

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    i am SO looking forward to this.

    i don't love verb, but some of the weirder applications are awesome. and that's what i'm looking for this bugger to do.
     
  7. godspeed68

    godspeed68 i like music. a lot.

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    i absolutely love verb in certain contexts. i suppose there's not a lot of use for it on bass outside of soundscape/ambient territory. really excited to see how far this one will go.
     
  8. Jean Baudin

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    I can probably make good use of that. Do I need it? Hmmm....
     
  9. behndy

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    meh. need i over-rated.

    WANT is the ultimate monkey.
     
  10. Jean Baudin

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    [​IMG]
     
  11. metaball

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    i'm ok with my BSR, HoF & Wet thanks. looks like a great option for people who didnt think the Eventide Space was sufficient.
     
  12. godspeed68

    godspeed68 i like music. a lot.

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    lots of complaints with algorithm quality and patch switching with the space, though I've never used one. my context kills and has a small footprint. I'm hoping the bigsky is an end all be all for multi-verb units.
     
  13. godspeed68

    godspeed68 i like music. a lot.

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    just got the pre-order email. think it's worth $479?
     
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