|Product||EP-34 Tape Echo|
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|Copy Protection||UAD Hardware Specific|
The EP-34 Tape Echo plug-in gives guitar players and mix engineers the rich, warm tape delay effects of vintage Echoplex units, now on the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins platform for Mac OS X and Windows. One need only listen to classic recordings from Jimmy Page, Brian May, Chick Corea, Eddie Van Halen, Eric Johnson and Andy Summers to hear the Echoplex sound in action.
Unlike other Echoplex emulations, the EP-34 targets specific behaviors of both the EP-3 and EP-4 Echoplexes. The DSP experts at UA sweated every last detail, ensuring that the EP-34 plug-in is verifiably the most accurate model for those who want the distinct, chaotic Echoplex sound, "warts and all."
- Desirable sound of original EP-3 and EP-4 Echoplex tape delay units.
- Tape echo effects virtually indistinguishable from those used on countless classic recordings of the past six decades.
- Unique movable record head design creates warm, rich sound unlike any other delay unit.
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