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Lo-Fi Pedals

Fairfield Circuitry – Shallow Water


The water bed of the heart 0:35 - Overview 2:14 - Controls 4:08 - Synthesizers 5:16 - Loop 5:54 - Fuzz 6:45 - Outro https://fairfieldcircuitry.com/products/shallow-water

 
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Death By Audio Micro Dream Delay


Guitar demo of the lo-fi echo machine, the Micro Dream Delay by Death By Audio. The Micro Dream is a distilled version of Death By Audio's smash-hit delay, the Echo Dream II, offering the same magical lo-fi delays in a more compact and affordable solution. The Micro Dream offers up to 1 second...

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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Star Pad Reverb


A highly original and shockingly expansive reverb that is modulated with a choice of delay, bit crusher, or pitch shifter. This box creates sounds that are as epic as any ambient effect but with much more interesting and dynamic textures than most. Amazing

 
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New Pedals: Caroline Météore Lo-Fi Reverb

caroline_meteore_11 "Lo-Fi" is a term loved by many guitarists who grew up in the '90s to the sound of early Ween, Sebadoh, Guided by Voices, and - of course - Pavement and even early Beck. It's a word that's only superficially pejorative: the "low fidelity" of the recordings and slight...

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New Pedals: F-Pedals RobotHolic Distortion/Lo-Fi

robot If you belong to the category of guitarists who enjoy stompboxes that have the potential to inspire with their versatility and uniqueness, you should take a look at F-Pedals' RobotHolic. This is an interesting pedal that - quite surprisingly - manages to pack the following...

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New Pedals: Malekko’s Scrutator bit and sample rate reducer

CNbbDcbUsAAZv4W No guitarist that is or was a Ministry fan can help but being intrigued by Malekko Heavy Industries' stompbox insanity (the company's owner is the band's bassist Paul Barker). Although bit reduction pedals - also called "lo-fi" - are not for all (tone purists in particular), Malekko's...

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A look at Red Panda Lab’s Bitmap – a bitcrusher pedal

Remember when all recording engineers and pro audio magazines were saying that digital recordings sound awful? Well, we guess that was so long ago that people are starting to actually miss that sound...

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Lo-Fi in a box: Penny Pedals Radio Deluxe

Radio-like effects have been incredibly popular on vocals for quite some time now - I think it all started with Beck's debut album O-Delay. Guitarists interested in a unique lo-fi filter effect that isn't just a modded fuzz or scratchy vinyl emulator should...

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A brief history of Lo-Fi music and DIY recordings

DIY is a word that goes hand in hand with rock music. Read Delicious Audio's brief history of Lo-Fi music.

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Production Corner: Lo-Fi Plug Ins & Pedals

As we all know, rockers enjoy going against trends, and lo-fi is a perfect “genre answer” to these high definition days. As a matter of fact, in most cases the poor quality of the recordings – rather than the result of disgraceful engineering – is created intentionally as a way to add character to the...

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Dwarfcraft Devices Hax Ring Mod

Sometimes you want subtle, transparent overdrive – a warm tube growl with subtlety, complexity and nuance. Then again, you may also find yourself trying to make your guitar sound like a hellish ray-gun. For these such occasions, the Dwarfcraft Devices Hax Ring Mod has plenty of insane tones on tap. The Hax’s straightforward controls belie...

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