Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024
Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024

Effectron II ADM 1024, Delay / Echo from Deltalab.

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moosers's review

Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024
The Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024 is a digital delay unit, of which I'm not sure what types of connections the 1024 has as the one that I have used was already racked up in the studio that I used it at.  The 1024 is cased in a single space rack mountable unit.


I don't find that using the Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024 is too hard as everything is straight forward.  You've got parameters for (left to right) level, feedback, delay rate (ms), delay factor, width, speed, and delay mix.  Getting basic tones is quick and easy, although this can get pretty in depth and I did find that it took a little while to discover all of the possibilities that this versatile piece of gear has to offer.  This being said, I don't believe that a manual is necessary unless you are a beginner. 


The sounds heard from the Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024 aren't the warmest sounding delays that I have heard, but its versatility and clean tone more than makes up for it.  I find that this is a great delay for both traditional delay tones and for experimentation.  I've used the unit on all sorts of instruments and applications including electric guitar and vocals, both of which turned out to be a great fit for the 1024.  I don't think that there are any applications that I wouldn't recommend at least trying this out on, as it has the capability to cater to all sorts of different sounds.  Even though this is a digital delay that I don't find incredibly warm sounding, it also doesn't come off too digitally enhanced either. 


Overall, the Deltalab Effectron II ADM 1024 is one of my favorite sounding digital delays.  It is capable of getting so many different types of delay tones and is incredibly easy to use.  I'm not really sure what type of price this usually goes for as the only one that I have used was in a single recording studio location.  If you're looking for a really cool sounding digital delay that isn't like all the rest of them out there, the 1024 is definitely something that you should consider.