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jctroyes jctroyes
Published on 01/12/10 at 06:55
Reverb late 80 early 90. Quite similar to Lexicon 60 or 70.

Treatment must be 12-bit I think. Quite possibiltés connections and insert directly into the reverb (bypassing the EQ section for example). Simple and reliable use, automation as possible MIDI effects.

The problem of this machine is the breath, which is a pity because the reverb is especially beautiful flat.

No input / digital output or other PC connectivity. But the MIDI possibilities are vaiment great especially for the time.

THIS is NOT the replica FX cards that we find in the samplers ausis well as S1000 S6000. It is not at all the same level of its quality. the AR900 was a really great quality Pro machine that has had the misfortune to be forgotten ...

The sale price is suspiciously low while comparing the sound and technique is quite close to a Lexicon 70.

In any case far too underrated.


SOUND QUALITY

Sound processing quality is by appointment is also against the spirit is its weak point. But it will depend a lot of the power of your console levels and vote.

I think not ocazz below 200euros (in good condition)

This loose quickly is the light of the screen but it is no problem to use.

You can find examples of reverbs and samples for your convo reverb (altiverbe, IR1 ...) on my website

www.csdstudio.fr

(Registration doing with UA2192 converter and preamp EMITG2)
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