by quintosardo; Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:57 am
What if we could get it in a 2U rack, get access to internal algorithms, adapt it to modern technologies (or not)?
Four effects (reverb, chorus, phaser, delay) times four modes (vintage1, vintage2, modern1, modern2).
Vintage modes include the modeling of a 10+2 bit A/D converter with switching input amplifier. S/N ratio changes with levels.
Who knows the old machines will understand why that weird meter
Lots of vintage playing.
Modern modes: how would have it been designed today? Full dynamic range, smooth modulations, true stereo reverb (while respecting the original concepts, of course). Two machines connected in parallel for stereo.
Last: sounds great
by quintosardo; Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:06 am
This is the old one plus lots of control and some modern variations. Manage the vintage-ness at will
by quintosardo; Fri Sep 21, 2012 1:29 pm
The more technically oriented and passionate about the old gear and tech details will get why there is an input gain and that strange meter with those additional grey bands (hint hint, digital hint)
by penguinfromdeep; Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:49 pm
quintosardo wrote:Vintage modes include the modeling of a 10+2 bit A/D converter with switching input amplifier. S/N ratio changes with levels.
Whoa! Now I'm VERY interested! You are doing it right
by solidtrax; Wed Oct 16, 2013 5:52 am
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