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Zoom 1201

Multi-Effects Processor from Zoom .

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"Idiot proof FX utility"

Zoom 1201Published on 06/30/16 at 21:30
Certainly not high-end, and lacking in deep editing capability or anything much in the way of multi-FX, the unassuming 1201 still became something of a minor cult item amongst late-1990s home studio types. Mainly I suppose because of the broad array of FX on offer, including oddities like ring-modulation, vocoding, and pitch-delay. Of course there are also the basic modulation offerings, including some dual and parallel patches, and a generous bank of 121 reverbs. The editing is all on the front panel, and while extremely limited, the ease of access means making changes is the simplest of exercises. An all-rounder that any studio denizen would find some use for.
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Zoom 1201Published on 12/24/12 at 07:41
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The Zoom 1201 is a small multi-effect offering many different effects. Reverbs of course, but also the effects of pitch, chorus, filters, everything that one could need in a home studio or on stage!

UTILIZATION

use is very simple, there is no need to book. Apart from the three potentiometers can be dosed into and from the signal, the other three knobs are used for the first varying effects settings selected by the third and the second is used to decrease or increase one time or a change reverbs tone or varying a delay time. It's super easy to use! There is also a small three-position switch that allows you to multiply all the effects!

SOUND QUALITY

Personally I do not like too......
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The Zoom 1201 is a small multi-effect offering many different effects. Reverbs of course, but also the effects of pitch, chorus, filters, everything that one could need in a home studio or on stage!

UTILIZATION

use is very simple, there is no need to book. Apart from the three potentiometers can be dosed into and from the signal, the other three knobs are used for the first varying effects settings selected by the third and the second is used to decrease or increase one time or a change reverbs tone or varying a delay time. It's super easy to use! There is also a small three-position switch that allows you to multiply all the effects!

SOUND QUALITY

Personally I do not like too much reverb, they are highly artificial! On my guitar for example I find particularly aggressive! To be quite honest, I much prefer my reverbs lxp 5 or my midiverb4. Other effects are not bad! on the other hand effects are great assets, a simulation of voice telephone, radio and a sound well rotted that I used very often for the purpose of spoken and sung a show!

OVERALL OPINION

I use the zoom 1201 for about 2 years to get good special effects, such as a generator noise (radio noises, sounds of crackling vinyl) absolutely horrible but at the same time so convenient for creative work a minimum!
What I love about this lens is the diversity of its effects. What I like less is the quality of its reverb.
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Zoom 1201Published on 12/09/02 at 00:57
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A multi-effect unit 19 "includes the classic reverbs and delays of more than special effects (flanger etc ...)
it works in stereo and enter into it in asymmetrical jack
it is not twelve o'clock
It has 3 banks of 11 effects with 11 variations chaqun (everyone should find something)

UTILIZATION

It is very easy to use no complicated settings you turn the knobs until you find the

SOUND QUALITY

One of the default zoom c breath quite noticeable but hey .....
I use both c and for delay flangers and auto filter
I particularly like this last effect (sort of whawha) behind a loop it sounds terrible

OVERALL OPINION

It's been three years since I use it is very simple very cheap......
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A multi-effect unit 19 "includes the classic reverbs and delays of more than special effects (flanger etc ...)
it works in stereo and enter into it in asymmetrical jack
it is not twelve o'clock
It has 3 banks of 11 effects with 11 variations chaqun (everyone should find something)

UTILIZATION

It is very easy to use no complicated settings you turn the knobs until you find the

SOUND QUALITY

One of the default zoom c breath quite noticeable but hey .....
I use both c and for delay flangers and auto filter
I particularly like this last effect (sort of whawha) behind a loop it sounds terrible

OVERALL OPINION

It's been three years since I use it is very simple very cheap (1000f at the time)
very very good value for price is my first multi-effect and the price is great ...
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Zoom 1201Published on 04/05/08 at 07:41
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Nice little machine with no CHRE ocas
Cool effects: auto-filter / vocoder / pitch / karaoke ...!
I use it for my old Farfisa organ
Surprising, especially as the pitch works much better than a Lexicon MPX100
(No delay)

UTILIZATION

Configuration very simple!

SOUND QUALITY

Yes

OVERALL OPINION

Yes
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Zoom
  • Model: 1201
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 12/20/2012

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Other names: studio1201

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