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    DigiTech CabDryVR

    IR-based Amp/Cabinet Simulator

    We’re used to seeing convolution technology in plug-ins, but recent years have seen this increasingly appearing in hardware form. DigiTech’s take on this is a compact stompbox-format dual-channel cabinet emulator.

    Reviews Dec 2017
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    Digitech Whammy (5th Gen)

    Pitch-shifting Effects Pedal

    The latest version of the Digitech Whammy — the pedal-operated digital pitch-shifter that has been keeping guitarists amused...

    Reviews Apr 2013
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    Digitech Genesis 1

    Modelling Guitar Amp

    The Genesis 1 is a simplified version of the Genesis 3 modelling guitar preamp/effects unit, offering a reduced feature set at a lower price.

    Reviews May 2002
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    Digitech RP21D

    Integrated Tube Guitar Processor

    Digitech's RP21D, with its digital output, is aimed at both studio and live use. John Walden joins the digital age...

    Reviews Apr 2000
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    Digitech Studio Quad 4

    Multi-effects Unit

    Digitech's Quad 4, like its predecessor, can treat up to four signals independently, parcelling out its processing power according to your requirements. Could this be the only multi-effects unit you need? Hugh Robjohns finds out...

    Reviews Feb 1999
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    Digitech 2120

    Artist Guitar Preamp/Effects Processor

    It's small, beautifully formed, shows a fondness for purple and claims to be an 'Artist'. John Walden finds out whether Digitech's new guitar preamp/effects processor sounds fit for a Prince.

    Reviews Dec 1998
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    Digitech Studio S200

    Dual-engine Multi-effects Processor

    Sitting in Digitech's Studio range between the S100 and the Quad 4, the new S200 combines the functions of the former withthe ergonomics of the flatter. Hugh Robjohns checks it out.

    Reviews Oct 1998
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    Digitech Vocalist Performer

    Vocal Harmony Processor

    This new Vocalist has been designed to be easier to use than ever. Martin Walker sings up a storm in three-part harmony...

    Reviews May 1998
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    Digitech S100

    Dual-engine Multi-effects Processor

    The S100 offers half the innards of Digitech's Studio Quad, but sells for half the Quad's price. Hugh Robjohns finds out whether it does everything by halves...

    Reviews Apr 1998
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    Digitech Talker

    Advanced Vocal Synthesizer

    Paul White discovers that it's good to talk, especially when you have some help from Digitech.

    Reviews Apr 1998
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    Digitech Studio Quad V2

    Multi-effects Unit

    Four inputs, four outputs, up to four simultaneous effects... Digitech have kept to the magic number for this upgrade of their user-friendly multi-effects processor, but is it a superior being? Hugh Robjohns finds out.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    Digitech VCS1

    Dual-channel Dynamics Processor

    The VCS1 goes for the best of both worlds, featuring a valve for warmth and character, and solid-state technology for level control. Hugh Robjohns finds out what the combination has to offer.

    Reviews May 1997
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    Digitech Vocalist

    Workstation Vocal Harmony Processor

    The newest member of Digitech's Vocalist family of intelligent pitch-shifters boasts some slimmed-down features from previous models and a 'hands-on' user interface. Paul Farrer warms up with some scales, adjusts his bow tie and takes this powerful module right through the standing ovation and bouquets

    Reviews Mar 1997
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    Digitech Studio 400

    Effects Processor

    Though it costs no more than last year's TSR24S, Digitech's latest top-line studio processor offers twice the power, an improved user interface, and a digital connections option. Derek Johnson leaps into action.

    Reviews Oct 1996
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    Digitech Studio Twin

    Digital Multi-effects Unit

    Effects units continue to drop in price while offering more and more features. Digitech's new Studio Twin costs less than £250, but still offers a dual effects mode and MIDI patch control. Paul White is agog.

    Reviews Sep 1996
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    Digitech MV5

    Vocal Harmony Processor

    Offering 5-part harmony at a budget price, the MV5 is Digitech's easiest to use pitch-shifter yet. The David Mellor Singers provide the tune...

    Reviews Jul 1996
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    Digitech Studio Quad

    Digital Effects Processor

    Paul White tries to pigeonhole Digitech's new effects unit — but quickly discovers that it can mean different things to different users.

    Reviews Feb 1996
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    Digitech TSR6

    Stereo Effects Processor

    Digitech have trimmed back both price and features for the latest addition to the TSR effects family. But does the newcomer offer enough bang per buck?

    Reviews Feb 1996
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    Digitech RPM1

    Valve Rotary Speaker Simulator

    There have been Leslie simulators before, but none to exploit the sympathetic warmth of valves.

    Reviews Feb 1996
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    Digitech TSR24S

    Dual Channel Multi-effects Processor

    The trouble with sequels is that they're not usually as good as the originals. Is the follow-up to Digitech's powerful TSR24 the exception to the rule? Derek Johnson and Debbie Poyser find out.

    Reviews Oct 1995
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    Digitech Studio 5000 Digitech Studio Vocalist

    Harmony Processors

    David Mellor explores ways to spice up vocal and guitar lines, courtesy of two new Digitech harmony processors.

    Reviews Aug 1995

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