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Alesis QuadraVerb II
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Alesis QuadraVerb II

Reverb from Alesis belonging to the QuadraVerb series.

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captain france captain france

«  good multi effect to start »

Published on 03/27/13 at 12:32
Value For Money : Excellent
1U rack with external transformer.
Digital.
2 inputs 2 soties symmetrical inputs and outputs digital optical.
Inputs and outputs for MIDI control.
different types of delay, reverb, pitch, chorus, auto-pan, distortion.
You can create effects by assembling characters up to 8 different effects chain.
It can route differently inputs to 8 modules, it is like a pedal board with eight effects that connects almost like you want.
You can also have 2 individual mono effects.
No editing familiarized my PC.
Two oscillators are available to vary the setting of one or more effects.
100 effects factory, and 100 or 200 users to save effects depending on the model.

UTILIZATION

The manual is well done, but it's not worth it.
It takes a little time to get used to, after, the possibilities are great.
I learned the characteristics and effects parameter with this machine.

SOUND QUALITY

The effects are not great, plus a Swiss Army knife for a group repeats an effect for recording.
I used to send reverbs in networks headphone singers recording.
The distortion is ugly.
It can be used with any.
Most is the possibility of combining 8 effects and routing permetent out that sometimes sounds strange.
Care must be taken at the entry level because it can quickly go into the red, and the sound deteriorates much.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought secondhand 120 euros in 2006.
I've heard of multi-effects more convincing, but much more expensive. But I have not had to return to their secondhand parameters.
Good value for money.
But not for busy people who never read the instructions ... pardon the big book.
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