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Magasin Leadmusic à Genève
2 rue Albert-Richard, +41 22 731 62 72
Prix sur demande Prix normal: CHF 189.00 TVA 7.7% incluse. Hors frais de ports.
Présentation:

Comme ile st chouette ce petit Lo Fi Delay des Australiens de MI Audio. Le Lo Fi Delay est conçu autour du référentiel chipset PT2399 que l’on trouve dans de nombreuses autres pédales de delay digitales. Mais MI Audio va plus loin, notamment dans le registre des modulations, avec des variations de pitch hyper musicales et très amples.

Les paramètres sont nombreux et tous ces contrôles offrent d’énormes possibilités sonores, ainsi le Lo Fi Delay peut générer des timbres simulant les réverbes d’antan, des Vibrato, des saturations de signal typique des anciens delay, et offrant un temps de retard de 600ms, on obtient, sans utiliser l’oscillation dont le Lo Fi Delay est capable, des Delay typiques des générations de delay des années 70 et 80.

Ah, et le Slapback du Lo Fi Delay est un des meilleurs du monde planétaire, si si si…


Spécifications:

* TIME – delay time up to a max of 600ms.

* REPEATS – go from short, slapback to self-oscillation.

* The LO-PASS/HI-PASS switch also affects how quickly the pedal will self-oscillate.

* RATE and DEPTH – these control the LFO modulation on the repeats.

* SQUARE/TRIANGLE WAVE – this switch selects the waveform of the LFO modulating the delay signal. Triangle wave at low rate and depth can give you classic chorus sounds, whilst square wave can give choppy, tremolo sounds, even pseudo pitch-shifting effects.

* LO/HI-PASS MODE – this switch controls the filtering of the delay line. The LO-PASS mode gives dark, analog repeats while the HI-PASS gives clarity to the top-end for shimmering modulation and self-oscillation. Using the LO-PASS mode « smears » the repeats together whilst the HI-PASS mode gives more defined repeats. The production will probably have a 3 position switch for three levels of filtering

* TRAILS ON/OFF – the trails switch allows the control of the trails continuing or cutting off once the pedal is turned off.

* LEVEL – this controls the LEVEL of wet, delay signal whilst having the dry signal constant.

TIME
– delay time up to a max of 600ms.
REPEATS – go from short, slapback to self-oscillation. The
LO-PASS/HI-PASS switch also affects how quickly the pedal will
self-oscillate.
RATE and DEPTH – these control the LFO modulation on the repeats. The
RATE goes from super slow to throbbingly fast with a smooth taper for
all speeds in between. The Depth also goes from zero at minimum for
unmodulated delay, to super warble at maximum. There are some cool
octave skipping sounds to be had in square wave mode.
SQUARE/TRIANGLE WAVE – this switch selects the waveform of the LFO
modulating the delay signal. Triangle wave at low rate and depth can
give you classic chorus sounds, whilst square wave can give choppy,
tremolo sounds, even pseudo pitch-shifting effects.
LO/HI-PASS MODE – this switch controls the filtering of the delay line.
The LO-PASS mode gives dark, analog repeats while the HI-PASS gives
clarity to the top-end for shimmering modulation and self-oscillation.
Using the LO-PASS mode « smears » the repeats together whilst the HI-PASS
mode gives more defined repeats. The production will probably have a 3
position switch for three levels of filtering
TRAILS ON/OFF – the trails switch allows the control of the trails
continuing or cutting off once the pedal is turned off. This is
extremely useful to not « cut-off » long delay lines allowing them to
naturally decay if switched off mid-trail. Using trails on also allows
you to play an atmospheric sound or oscillation, switch the pedal off
and play over the top of it, acting almost like a short looper.
LEVEL – this controls the LEVEL of wet, delay signal whilst having the
dry signal constant. This is NOT a mix control.
INPUT – this controls the INPUT gain of the signal hitting the circuit.
This is provided to give you the best signal-to-noise ratio depending on
what pickup/guitar/boosters you have in line. Start by setting the
INPUT until it clips, then slightly back it off. Raise the LEVEL to
taste and you have the clearest signal possible with the lowest floor
noise. A bonus is that the INPUT gain can be set to max, and distort
your delay line and keep the dry signal clean. This is perfect for
stacking with other pedals and the overdrive channel of your amp. – See
more at:
http://miaudio.com/category/rd-lab/lofi-delay/#sthash.QqTAQsM6.dpuf
TIME
– delay time up to a max of 600ms.
REPEATS – go from short, slapback to self-oscillation. The
LO-PASS/HI-PASS switch also affects how quickly the pedal will
self-oscillate.
RATE and DEPTH – these control the LFO modulation on the repeats. The
RATE goes from super slow to throbbingly fast with a smooth taper for
all speeds in between. The Depth also goes from zero at minimum for
unmodulated delay, to super warble at maximum. There are some cool
octave skipping sounds to be had in square wave mode.
SQUARE/TRIANGLE WAVE – this switch selects the waveform of the LFO
modulating the delay signal. Triangle wave at low rate and depth can
give you classic chorus sounds, whilst square wave can give choppy,
tremolo sounds, even pseudo pitch-shifting effects.
LO/HI-PASS MODE – this switch controls the filtering of the delay line.
The LO-PASS mode gives dark, analog repeats while the HI-PASS gives
clarity to the top-end for shimmering modulation and self-oscillation.
Using the LO-PASS mode « smears » the repeats together whilst the HI-PASS
mode gives more defined repeats. The production will probably have a 3
position switch for three levels of filtering
TRAILS ON/OFF – the trails switch allows the control of the trails
continuing or cutting off once the pedal is turned off. This is
extremely useful to not « cut-off » long delay lines allowing them to
naturally decay if switched off mid-trail. Using trails on also allows
you to play an atmospheric sound or oscillation, switch the pedal off
and play over the top of it, acting almost like a short looper.
LEVEL – this controls the LEVEL of wet, delay signal whilst having the
dry signal constant. This is NOT a mix control.
INPUT – this controls the INPUT gain of the signal hitting the circuit.
This is provided to give you the best signal-to-noise ratio depending on
what pickup/guitar/boosters you have in line. Start by setting the
INPUT until it clips, then slightly back it off. Raise the LEVEL to
taste and you have the clearest signal possible with the lowest floor
noise. A bonus is that the INPUT gain can be set to max, and distort
your delay line and keep the dry signal clean. This is perfect for
stacking with other pedals and the overdrive channel of your amp. – See
more at:
http://miaudio.com/category/rd-lab/lofi-delay/#sthash.QqTAQsM6.dpuf


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