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Re: What is a good Multiverb for Hall type effects?

Postby mikehende » Fri Oct 09, 2020 12:42 pm

I will be looking into the ZVERB, thanks.

I was told that the Eventide H9 would be a great unit but expensive. I would have loved to have such a unit if I could have afforded it also because you can control the fx on your phone via bluetooth. That is my ultimate aim to find a unit from which I can trigger the effects from my phone and seems the H9 might be the only one which has this.

I had owned the TC Electronics M300 years ago but it's Room effects did not sound real to me.

The Sony DSP's might be worth looking into because I have an older Sony Surround system which has a few Hall fx and it sounds good.

I am currently looking into Lexicon MX300 which I was told would give a more real or natural room effect and has a good variety of Rooms and halls options
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Re: What is a good Multiverb for Hall type effects?

Postby resistorman » Tue Oct 13, 2020 3:51 am

Arpangel wrote:

I’m getting one of these, those time buttons are just what I need, mine will be permanently stuck on 70”s.
I hope the flux capacitor has been upgraded?

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Re: What is a good Multiverb for Hall type effects?

Postby mikehende » Wed Oct 21, 2020 6:58 pm

Hey guys, just reporting back. I got the Lexicon MX200 and man is that a super clean and quiet unit! Lots of different effects. I very highly recommend it.

I still am still thinking of getting the Boss GigaDelay but now not sure it would be necessary.
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Re: What is a good Multiverb for Hall type effects?

Postby Sam Spoons » Wed Oct 21, 2020 7:18 pm

:thumbup: MX200 is a nice bit of kit, we used to have one at the PA company.
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Re: What is a good Multiverb for Hall type effects?

Postby mikehende » Wed Oct 21, 2020 7:49 pm

Yeah I just got to learn how to use all functions now from the manual and experimenting but I am super happy with it. I can't see what advantages the GigaDelay or even the ZVERB might have over this machine?
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Re: What is a good Multiverb for Hall type effects?

Postby CS70 » Thu Oct 22, 2020 5:43 pm

Well since we are at it - has anybody any idea on how the M200 or M500 compare to a Lexi PCM or the TC Electronics M3000? We have a PCM something at the studio and I miss it when when mixing at home, because of the physical interface... but they are expensive.

The application is not so much about space or glue reverb - for which plugins do fine with no problem - but getting an effected sound on studio mixes (not live).

The M series is way cheaper here, and the recall via USB is great so it's very tempting.. but on the other forum the word is that they are absolutely inferior to a PCM. However, that place has an inordinate amount of opinionated horse manure, so if someone had an idea here, I'd be happy...

An alternative I'm seriously considering is the TC Electronic DVR250-DT, I have their dynamic delay and love both the sound and the small hardware interface. I *think* I want to try that, but I've never heard a Lexicon M series so I'm very curious.
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