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La2a La2a
Publié le 03/31/09 à 16:55
When you read an opinion as Previous, one can only perform all necessary!

Chorus / Spat unique.
analog.

UTILIZATION

Four buttons for four chorus effects but engageable sparment ... So 16 variations of effects.
Indeed one button off and I said nothing of spending in love circuits.
Plug-in fan go your way! (Having said that it is plug-in in AU), ditto for lovers of rglages endless!

Spatialization ... you branch it is l. A bypass and a sound that you return the blow you all riquiqui stepfather.

it works for everything synth guitar, bass, vocals ...
you return to Mono (Stereo output of course) or Stereo.

SOUND QUALITY

Stro trs wide, suddenly there's air! chorus musical and sweet.
And spatialization! unique, with the classical principle of reverse polarity, and adding in the other channel, but the alchemy of circuits gives characters trs staff. A signature, anything but transparent, but subtle.

OVERALL OPINION

I love it! iremplaable for me.
It may well recess does not like that sound, it is not 36,000 things ... But he does it well!
As for the price ... Well if the unit silent not good, not the sellers sell and the price go down!
Also an important concept, no tubes, no tapes, printed circuits ... I do not see a commit could fail ... The buttons can be ...
photos:
[/ url] http://www.modezero.com/roland-dimension-D.htm

Why Universal Audio has taken the few effects that copy plug-in?
it is not good compnie?

look at the end of the few studio effects Miraval (beginners and artists who have registered):
[/ url] http://fernould.club.fr/miraval.html

year of release for those that Roland has branch:
http://www.roland-museum.de/rec_fx.html" rel="ugc noopener" target="_blank"> https://www.uaudio.com/webzine/2004/september/index4.html

look at the end of the few studio effects Miraval (beginners and artists who have registered):
[/ url] http://fernould.club.fr/miraval.html

year of release for those that Roland has branch:
http://www.roland-museum.de/rec_fx.html " rel="ugc noopener" target="_blank"> https://www.uaudio.com/menu/products.html

So read what they say:
http://www.roland-museum.de/rec_fx.html" rel="ugc noopener" target="_blank"> https://www.uaudio.com/webzine/2004/september/index4.html

look at the end of the few studio effects Miraval (beginners and artists who have registered):
[/ url] http://fernould.club.fr/miraval.html

year of release for those that Roland has branch:
http://www.roland-museum.de/rec_fx.html
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