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nematod wrote on <A HREF="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... html">this thread</A>: <BR> <BR>________________________________________ <BR>about the Line 6 echo Pro , a friend had it . and he said it was very bad at emulating tape echoes, which is what it is supposed to do. so he sold it and bought a stage echo instead ! <BR>________________________________________
meussai wrote on <A HREF="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... html">this thread</A>: <BR> <BR>______________________________________________ <BR>instead of spending a lot of money for a space echo that have only one type of echo and as i read above have sometimes problems (joys of vintage) i chose to get the line 6 delay modeler stompbox and it is simply fantastic the modeled sound of the space echo ( but also: memoryman, maestro ep one, boss delays, reverse delay etc) sounds a lot like the original with no drop out and a 2,5sec delay time....live dub lethal weapons, i use it on my voice and my melodica in live reggae dub and it's freak out, you got to try it sometimes. <BR>______________________________________________
hi! <BR>I don't have the line 6 echo pro, but the line 6 DL4. it is the "stomp box" version of the echo pro. <BR>I am absolutely happy with this stuff. 3 memories to preset echoes. loads of differents emulations, from the old tube echo to the digital delay, via the good old tape delays... <BR>and I think the echo pro is better than the DL4 <BR> <BR>I love my DL4!!! and have no problem with changing the tape!!!!!!!!!!!!
i have the Echo Pro and find that i don't really like the emulation of the tape echoes nearly as much as the lo-res delay for doing dub echo manipulations. doing a sweep on repeats between 7 and 12-14 bits creates a unique and very cool timbral shift in in the delayed signal. going below 7 bits gets a little gritty and/or crunchy on some signals but has its uses too. makes me want to drag my spx 90 out of the closet for its silly little sampler feature...