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Francell Francell

«  Reverb / Delay of Very Good Quality »

Publié le 01/03/11 à 00:33
Multi-effect in 19 "1U. Connec jack in 6.5. Very sturdy (heavy armor and sturdy pots). I do not use the PC config / midi.

Possibité online to connect on a microphone, an insert on a table with the additional choice of output dual-FX "(2 separate FX mono) or stereo output.

Arranged several FX (chorus, vintage ,...) but its main characteristic is: Delay and Reverb. Many possible configuration of these 2 parameters.

No presets pre-recorded, but they are very easy to create. Manuel

UTILIZATION

very simple since the unit is simple to use.
Certainly it takes to start manipulating the buttons to find a setting to his liking.

The edition is very well done and accurate.

SOUND QUALITY

The quality is very realistic. The breath is very low or zero depending on the effect resolved. I use it for voice or for the sax in stereo insert (at) on a mixer.
The breath is still present if you set the effects very strong.



OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 month to live.
I had a multi-fx pedal BOSS ME-30 and a delay / echo Boss RPS 10.
TC M350 is very high fidelity on the reverb and delay. I think it is ideal for live and even the studio.
But do not look for fx crazy for fun because it's not his goal.
The M350 allows you to create a world of sound very realistic and color in his voice, a warmth, presence and depth.
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