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boogie-raf boogie-raf

«  the best reverb in the world »

Publié le 03/05/11 à 14:28
- Reverb essentially

- Model Rack more remote.

- Digital AES-EBU, and 4 XLR return

UTILIZATION

- Editing the sounds is very intuitive.

- Parameters are most accessible are always the most important.



SOUND QUALITY

- The best reverbs I've ever heard.

- More than the realism of the depth; heat. effect never take the place of the source.

- Even very long, and they occupy space without polluting it.

- I use many platforms for the batteries and the voices, the lobby for all: the rooms for acoustic instriments. all my mixes have gained a lot.

OVERALL OPINION

- 2 years.

- I also have his competitor: TC M6000. more versatile, but the lexicon of the RGB are the most beautiful, hottest and most discrete

- Default: its price. the look of the remote is still tacky (I know it's a detail)
- The rack a lot of noise. impossible to keep him in the control room!

- It's a very expensive. but the dimension he brings is amazing.

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