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Dynacord DRS 78

Other Studio Effect from Dynacord .

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Dynacord DRS 78Publié le 12/02/08 à 03:00
(Originally written by Danmix/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Very high quality interface. It allows you to mix one reverb and three delay effects in the same output or in separate outputs as if you would connect two effect units to your mixer. All effects are analog and sound great with instrument signals.

A Lexicon or a TC Electronics effects unit will provide clearer results for vocals. The comprehensive rear panel provides in/out connections for each effect stage plus a mix output with both effect signals.

UTILIZATION

You won't need the user's manual because it's very easy to use: you've got all settings in the front panel and a small display that shows you the value of......
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(Originally written by Danmix/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Very high quality interface. It allows you to mix one reverb and three delay effects in the same output or in separate outputs as if you would connect two effect units to your mixer. All effects are analog and sound great with instrument signals.

A Lexicon or a TC Electronics effects unit will provide clearer results for vocals. The comprehensive rear panel provides in/out connections for each effect stage plus a mix output with both effect signals.

UTILIZATION

You won't need the user's manual because it's very easy to use: you've got all settings in the front panel and a small display that shows you the value of the selected effect.

SOUND QUALITY

The effects work fine with instrument signals, the sound is detailed and warm. It also sounds good with high-pitched voices but it's too imprecise for low-pitched ones (you'd better use a Lexicon or a TC Electronics instead, because they sound more brilliant).

OVERALL OPINION

I like the fact that you can use every effect separately. This product has been discontinued so it's somewhat of a rarity. It's easy to service because it uses ordinary components you can find pretty easily. If you see one don't hesitate to buy it.
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Dynacord DRS 78Publié le 04/02/13 à 08:58
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
3U, output in 1978 OR Echo Reverb switchable by a switch on the front panel or via footswitch

4 inputs (mono instrument panel, mono line, L / R stereo line);
many outputs: mono mix facade mono mix line, L / R stereo mix line;
but L / R stereo delay out and delay mono out (only the effect)

Everything is jack, but there is also a input / output pin Din 5

This is an effect DIGITAL, although have a color of its very analog

UTILIZATION

The operation is simple: You choose EITHER BE reverb echo, IN NO EVENT you can combine the two effects at the same time or separately through out the hyper connectivity provided.

The choice reverb / echo is a button or a footswitch;

The......
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3U, output in 1978 OR Echo Reverb switchable by a switch on the front panel or via footswitch

4 inputs (mono instrument panel, mono line, L / R stereo line);
many outputs: mono mix facade mono mix line, L / R stereo mix line;
but L / R stereo delay out and delay mono out (only the effect)

Everything is jack, but there is also a input / output pin Din 5

This is an effect DIGITAL, although have a color of its very analog

UTILIZATION

The operation is simple: You choose EITHER BE reverb echo, IN NO EVENT you can combine the two effects at the same time or separately through out the hyper connectivity provided.

The choice reverb / echo is a button or a footswitch;

The "slice" a reverb knob blend, a duration, a notched decay, and (pre) also notched delay (0 to 75ms);

the "slice" echo delays includes 3 each from 7ms to 330ms (a repeat button also allows looping effect as a sampler) IN NO EVENT you can not combine the three delays at the same time, you choose which you enable by a button or a footswitch, but any interest then, you say?

Well, a little c as its edit presets, you go from one to another quickly, but here it is or becomes a little more geeky, is that instead of the footswitch, you can connect a trig , or even percussive sound output to a certain tempo, genre loop snare or kick or even a metronome if the volume is high enough, the pulse will activate the switch and then change the preset delay so regularly (depending on tempo), and from there, well if you set the three delays, there really means to do things very interesting c no hassle to set up and super efficient including electro, dub, .. ... and this technique is also valid for trig pass the reverb echo

Finally, the "slice" echo is equipped with two knobs bass / treble to correct the delay (the time there was a loss of frequency too high)

SOUND QUALITY

Effects are typed;
the reverb sounds somewhat reminiscent of spring reverb, but more dark and it works great on guitars, pianos, organs, ... after dosing depending on the input signal, you can have quite different things, quite clean and fine, or outright muddy;
result for a "clear" to use instead with sounds that do not have a big attack on percussions though it does it well, but on a battery, c limit (or so it is a choice);

The delay sounds good on anything, as in severe than in acute, it returns quite accurately the sound for a machine of that time, and the 2 knob EQ adds even more heat because yes, sound is warm, analog sounds;

After output, a level is not super strong (so that the input can quickly saturate) there breath but it goes is not dead (and then the breath that's life!)

ah yes, CAUTION when using stereo, you must ABSOLUTELY change the phase of an output device (L or R), because otherwise, the effect disappears completely when passing the mix in mono; the classic hit.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had very little time, but I use it extensively and I am quite likely familiar with this kind of effect, we can say:
it is quite marked in the lower medium (it has a certain thickness), it can sound very dark.
The treble is very well rendered for something this time, and it sounds not falsely bright, garish, or whatever ... it goes short cream
The effect can sometimes seem a bit harsh when listening on a single track, but once the track in the mix, it's great;
The scope of trig to switch effects is frankly something a try, so this is a very creative especially for those who are working in analog;
The connection is very extensive, but everything seems back + or - the same;

One last thing: it's all about DOSING, and this is where it should be taking the lead to a result that slap (yes, I know it's not a scoop, but then I think if you must retain a sense, this is the one)

I paid € 350, which is + / - price depending on the state, but the production level it is true that it is really the road that is reliable, and I intend to used for a long time;

For me it is not essential, it is typed, not modern at all, but in comparison with recent mid-range reverb, frankly, like the road, sounds more authentic to be seen in terms of its needs;
but hey, if it was as much use!
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  • Manufacturer: Dynacord
  • Model: DRS 78
  • Category: Other Studio Effects
  • Added in our database on: 06/24/2003

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