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Publié le 12/09/08 à 13:24
(Originally written by korg800dv/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Effects list:

FX1/FX2 section

Stereo Chorus / Flanger

Flanger

Dual Chorus / Flanger

Modulation Delay

Stereo Modulation Delay

Dual Modulation Delay

Tape Delay

Phaser

Stereo Phaser

Dual Phaser

Pitch Shifter

Ensemble

Doppler

Horn Simulator

Rotor Simulator

Stereo Tremolo

Stereo Ring Modulator

Dual Ring Modulator

Stereo Resonance Filter

Dual Resonance Filter

Stereo Wah

Talking Modulator

Stereo Compressor / Limiter

Dual Compressor / Limiter

Stereo Gate

Dual Gate

Early Reflection

Saturator

Stereo 3 Band EQ

Stereo Ducker

Delay/Reverb section

Long Delay

Tempo Delay

Stereo Delay

Dual Delay

Cross Delay

L/C/R Delay

Multi Tap Delay

Dual Multitap Delay

Room Reverb

Hall Reverb

Plate Reverb

You can use either FX1, FX2, Delay/Rerverb, or every possible combination of these three modules. Each module is freely assignable and has its own EQ.

UTILIZATION

Easy to use but it has a lot of sub-menus...

The buttons and endless encoders work very well (unlike my Yamaha A3000!! If someone is interested, make me a good offer!!)

What about the user's manual?

I don't even know if I have it!

SOUND QUALITY

AD/DA converters: 18 bits, 48 kHz, 128x oversampling.

That means more than 96 dB in dynamic range and 20 Hz - 20 kHz frequency response.

The result is a compromise between audio processing power and sound clearness for a nice price.

The PSU makes some noise...

But in my house, all PSUs transmit noise to my speakers... I'm open to advice!

I personally love the EH-like phaser effect.

OVERALL OPINION



The AM8000R allows you to simultaneously edit up to eight parameters in real time.

Unlike lots of effect processors that allow you to control only some parameters, the AM8000R allows you to edit virtually every effect parameter via MIDI, an expression pedal or the WARP control on the front panel.

The AM8000R allows you to modulate chorus, flanger, phaser and filter effects with four different LFO and envelopes.

I love it.
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