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  • Alesis QuadraVerb

    Alesis QuadraVerb - moosers's review

    06/21/10

    The Alesis Quadraverb is a multi-effects processor, mostly focusing on reverb and delay processing. I haven't used the in depth features of the Quadraverb, but I've used it enough to get a good gist of what it can and cannot do. As far as connectio…

  • Yamaha REV100

    Yamaha REV100 - songboy's review

    03/22/10

    This is mainly a reverb unit with some delay and modulation options. Yes, you can edit this through a computer using software such as MidiQuest XL. This is in fact a 1u rack mount piece of gear. The Yamaha REV100 is a Digital unit. There are 1/4"…

  • Lexicon 960L

    Lexicon 960L - moosers's review

    02/28/10

    The Lexicon 960L is a full blown digital effects unit and system. It is a very complete and thorough piece of gear, and is really its own system into itself. The 960L has all sorts of different effects ranging from reverbs to modulation effects. I…

  • Orban Dual Reverberation 111B

    Orban Dual Reverberation 111B - moosers's review

    01/02/10

    The Orban Dual Reverberation 111B is a stereo spring based reverb system.  The unit is an analog one consisting of XLR connections.  Each of the two channels has the same configuration.  The 111B is rack mountable and will take up two rack spaces. U…

  • Lexicon PCM96

    Lexicon PCM96 - moosers's review

    12/08/09

    The Lexicon PCM96 is a stereo reverb and effects box.  While it has mostly reverbs to offer, it also has a slew of other effects as well.  This is a digital piece of outboard gear that has all sorts of connections including inputs and outputs for MID…

  • Yamaha R1000

    Yamaha R1000 - moosers's review

    05/15/09

    The Yamaha R1000 is a digital reverb unit that is enclosed in a single rack space rack mountable unit. It has 1/4 inch inputs and outputs in the back as well as a 1/4 inch output in the front of it for a foot switch. UTILIZATION The configuration o…

  • EMT 140

    EMT 140 - moosers's review

    04/07/09

    The EMT 140 is a real plate reverb that is enclosed within a huge case that has XLR connections to send this to your console. It is a strictly analog technology and is not rackable at all - it is huge. UTILIZATION The configuration of the EMT 140 p…

  • Lexicon 200

    Lexicon 200 - moosers's review

    03/24/09

    The Lexicon 200 is a digital reverb unit in the form of a rackable piece of outboard gear. It has XLR connections and will take up a good chunk of your rack, as it takes up about three of four rack spaces. UTILIZATION The configuration of the Lexic…

  • Lexicon PCM 91

    Lexicon PCM 91 - moosers's review

    03/19/09

    The Lexicon PCM 91 is a digital reverb unit. It is rack mountable and it will take up a single rack space unit. It is a stereo unit and it has both 1/4 inch and XLR inputs and outputs. It has a memory card slot for those who have older units or want …

  • Lexicon PCM 70

    Lexicon PCM 70 - moosers's review

    03/18/09

    The Lexicon PCM 70 is a digital reverb unit in the form of a piece of hardware gear. It has XLR connections and is a rackable effect - it will take up a single rack space unit. UTILIZATION The general configuration of Lexicon PCM 70 is somewhat eas…