analogue delay just sounds far far better than digital. even the cheap ones. i love my electro harmonix memory man, which is relatively cheap and still sounds WAY better than any digital delay. plus having knobs and whatnot on it, you can actually PLAY the delay like an instrument as opposed to using a dial to set some numbers and then leaving it alone. its an entirely different experience, really. i reccomend you check out analogue delay ASAP........ [/QUOTE]do yourself a favor: check the RE-201 for the UAD dsp-card ;)
Originally posted by Craig Patane:
Originally posted by O'love:
Originally posted by pipecock:
Originally posted by dynomite8:
What is the primary benefit of using an analog delay as opposed to plug ins? Is it simply a pleasing distortion added similar to tube preamps etc . . . or is there something an analog delay can do that can't properly be mimicked in algorithms?
Just curious since the moogerfooger delay for example runs near $700.
Olaf [/QUOTE]That plugin is awesome! [/QUOTE]Did anyone compare the plugin with the original hardware?
I am also looking to invest in some analog delay/reverb hardware and am thinking seriously about the Roland.
Any feedback on this?
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