Can these new digital interpretations of classic analogue filters and vocoders really offer something new?
Mike Collins provides some early reflections on TC Electronic's latest reverb unit and effects processor.
Though marketed as a guitar effects unit, the G Force might be more accurately described as a full-function studio effects processor with some neat guitar-related functions added.
We try out what must be the most cost-effective programmable 24-bit effects unit on the market. But can quality really come at such a low price?
In Part 1, we saw how manufacturers realised that putting DSP effects on synths made for great sales. Subsequently, they twigged that it was also a good idea to let us take them off again (selectively), and route and adjust them ourselves.
Can this intriguing little box really emulate the recorded sound of many of the world's greatest guitar amplifiers?
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