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very good value for money

TC Electronic M-OnePublished on 11/01/11 at 11:04
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I think a beautiful hall rvb, I use less room or flat.
menus may not be so easy to access but they are very complete, we really can edit the effect, including set frequency LPF or HPF its reverbs. (for example, I break from 2/3KHz, to avoid too much brightness and sibilance, and keep a good side to this warm rvb.
delays make the service from time to time, but for that, see the D-Two more of the same brand.
about the effects of dynamics, I do not risk too much, I use mainly internal consoles.

One interesting thing: access to internal routing allows different configs for a small stereo rgb like this. as there are two engines, one can link two effects, or to run in parallel and...…
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I think a beautiful hall rvb, I use less room or flat.
menus may not be so easy to access but they are very complete, we really can edit the effect, including set frequency LPF or HPF its reverbs. (for example, I break from 2/3KHz, to avoid too much brightness and sibilance, and keep a good side to this warm rvb.
delays make the service from time to time, but for that, see the D-Two more of the same brand.
about the effects of dynamics, I do not risk too much, I use mainly internal consoles.

One interesting thing: access to internal routing allows different configs for a small stereo rgb like this. as there are two engines, one can link two effects, or to run in parallel and measure the balance between the "send" with a small knob. Live, not bad sometimes a voice or an instrument that will be permanently reverb, rotary power with this simple, get from time to time a little more delay.

UTILIZATION

the machine has a little logic editing / recording and recall effects but once we understand-with or without the help of the manual, so good.

SOUND QUALITY

For me the RGB Hall is of very good quality, delays correct, I use it mainly on the votes.

OVERALL OPINION

used regularly but not intensively for 4 years, it remains for me a good alternative to the internal RGB small Yamaha consoles which shall remain nameless that sound way too "cheap".
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tucktuck

TC Electronic M-OnePublished on 05/30/03 at 10:22
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Multi-effects with a plume of all common effects (type reberbs, delays, phasers, compression ...).
connections are compltes.
MODEL 1u.Il rack is noon, but frankly I do not really know what we can do.

UTILIZATION

The manual is pretty cheap but good c'estsimple utiliser.L 'edition is quite simple;

SOUND QUALITY

For me only the reverbs are good, easy grate a little cold but enough practitioner.
The Dlay is satisfactory, even when we are far from a high-end delay type Dynacord, Space Echo, Deluxe Memory Man ...
Other effects are only of pure gadget, trs unconvincing, especially compression.
In fact, the only rverbs are INTERESTED in this multi-effect, if we can really call a...…
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Multi-effects with a plume of all common effects (type reberbs, delays, phasers, compression ...).
connections are compltes.
MODEL 1u.Il rack is noon, but frankly I do not really know what we can do.

UTILIZATION

The manual is pretty cheap but good c'estsimple utiliser.L 'edition is quite simple;

SOUND QUALITY

For me only the reverbs are good, easy grate a little cold but enough practitioner.
The Dlay is satisfactory, even when we are far from a high-end delay type Dynacord, Space Echo, Deluxe Memory Man ...
Other effects are only of pure gadget, trs unconvincing, especially compression.
In fact, the only rverbs are INTERESTED in this multi-effect, if we can really call a multi-effects.

OVERALL OPINION

Jel'utilise for 2 years or so, and I think for some spatialize parliaments (such as drums, synthesizers ..) is a good tool.
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Anonymous

TC Electronic M-OnePublished on 07/23/03 at 13:27
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Multi-effect

reverb

nice dash car that impresses the singers!

all-digital

UTILIZATION

Manuel shabby ... so we do not use it.

many editing possibilities

SOUND QUALITY

The long reverbs are ultimately not very musical ... I sometimes made more enjoyable with an SE 50! ...

environments and rooms are very accurate and realistic.
we can tinker with a direct output of clavinova to give the impression of taking live without problems!
Same battery treatments work well and we can do two things in parallel.

but not good on the vocals in my opinion ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years ...
I use little ...

I was very impressed with the demo at AES.

I'm not sure...…
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Multi-effect

reverb

nice dash car that impresses the singers!

all-digital

UTILIZATION

Manuel shabby ... so we do not use it.

many editing possibilities

SOUND QUALITY

The long reverbs are ultimately not very musical ... I sometimes made more enjoyable with an SE 50! ...

environments and rooms are very accurate and realistic.
we can tinker with a direct output of clavinova to give the impression of taking live without problems!
Same battery treatments work well and we can do two things in parallel.

but not good on the vocals in my opinion ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years ...
I use little ...

I was very impressed with the demo at AES.

I'm not sure I would do this choice ...
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GetaurelGetaurel

TC Electronic M-OnePublished on 07/27/03 at 11:01
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Reverbs sublime for a low price

UTILIZATION

Ultrafacile to use

SOUND QUALITY

Ideal for live and prod

OVERALL OPINION

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  • Manufacturer: TC Electronic
  • Model: M-One
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 09/29/2002

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