TC Electronic’s first chorus device dates back to 1976 and is now reborn in the form of their SCF Gold all-analogue pedal.
Billed as a faithful recreation of the built-in chorus effect found in the Roland Juno‑60 synthesizer, the June‑60 pedal goes all out to recreate the Juno aesthetic...
Since being acquired by Music Group, TC Electronic’s engineers have continued to add to their pedal line, and the three on review here are all based on traditional analogue circuitry.
The Mimiq Doubler is essentially a real-time digital double-tracking emulator that’s able to add one, two, or three ‘cloned’ parts to the original dry signal...
The phase-style effects created by these two new TC Electronic TonePrint-series pedals are anything but ordinary.
We test two hot new plug-ins: Camel Audio's Camel Space (PC VST & Mac OS X AU) and TC Electronic's DVR2 (Mac/PC Powercore).
How much difference is there between the quality of a VST reverb plug-in and a hardware reverb processor such as the...
The latest addition to TC's Powercore range offers the convenience of Firewire connection at a bargain price, with some serious new plug-ins included.
TC Electronic's new flagship stereo reverb not only gives you their state-of-the-art VSS4 reverb algorithms, but also emulates a variety of reverbs through the ages.
TC's plug-in powerhouse is now available as an external Firewire-connected rack unit.
TC's flagship reverb processor, based on the System 6000 hardware, combines 16 channels of world-beating processing with flexible and lightning-fast operation.
Heavyweight TC effects processing but with a menu-free, easy-to-use, hands-on interface.
TC upgrade both the hardware and the software of their cost-effective M•One multi-effects unit.
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.
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