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BST MCE60 Digital Echo Chamber
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sinkmusic sinkmusic
Publié le 03/21/09 à 04:23
Echo / delay, so-called "digital", but the sound is closer to an analog delay (the signal becomes more acute when we shorten the delay time, he moved quickly into self-oscillation, etc.).
Rugged construction in a 2U format close
Jack and RCA connectors and
(Namely: the effects "BST" Gnrale are the same as several effects "Monacor", "Univox" or "MLOs)

UTILIZATION

No manual, 4 or 5 faders, that's all: very simple!
The long faders are quite enjoyable, a change of tiny knobs.
Also quite practical: the connector jack facade, RCA on the back, and various Impedance by type of instrument that one branch there.

SOUND QUALITY

I'm quite pleasantly surprised by this effect that I was not expecting anything: sound, cheap, grainy, wild is not one that can be cho Hoping for a "digital" and he also dmarque things "bucket brigade" analog 80s.
Certainly, it is not intended to produce crystalline delay or infinite loops, but to dub, lofi, noise, or create textures that go on feedback, expand or contract and self- oscillate, it is a tool of choice.
Designed to be used probably with a microphone, it also saturates very quickly if we plug in a synth or drum machine, which is not for me dplaire;)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several weeks, in conjunction with my other analog delays and numeric.
It finds its place among them because it has its own character and does wonders associated with spring reverb.
He leaves quickly into self-oscillation if feedback is mounted and Reduces the delay time, but is less pronounced than rsonance on things "analog" (I'm not sure if the TSB is "digital"), so you can easily find a place in a set-up of preferences in auxiliary, because the sound is quickly insert dirty (but it has to be loved) .
I feel that there is also a kind of ducking intgr (the effect is less pronounced when there is a signal "in", it is harder to play is stopped if) therefore still has the character gives it a pretty unique.
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