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Delicious Audio Blog – Stompbox Exhibit, Synth Expo and MixCon
Reverb Pedals

Guitar Pedal News: Earthquaker Devices’ Disaster Transport SR and Warden Optical Compressor

Just in time for NAMM 2013 we have a few new pedals coming from Earthquaker Devices, The Disaster Transport Sr and The Warden Optical Compressor. The Disaster Transport looks interesting mainly due to two independent delays and the claim for lo-fi sounds. I...

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Pedal News: The Verb Deluxe – Reverb Pedal Kit

New from MOD Kits DIY, The Verb Deluxe kit is built around the Belton Digi-Log Mini Module. I love DIY projects and intend on possibly building a few myself this year. It would be cool to build one and document the...

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Secrets of Mixing: Reverb on slower songs

The sparse arrangements that fit slower songs provide mixing engineers the opportunity to create a perception of space through the use of reverb effects. Reverb, in a mix, allows “placement” of each instrument in a sonic space. But a “realistic” use of reverb is quite tricky to get right.  Realistic reverb – counter-intuitively – is...

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NAMM News: Blue Reactor Mic, Eventide Space Reverb

New product news from NAMM 2011: A uniquely-styled multi-pattern condenser from Blue Microphones, and the latest addition to the Eventide stompbox line. Blue’s new mic, the Reactor, will be available this coming spring for $499 retail. While the mic body could double as a hockey puck, the large diaphragm condenser capsule should look familiar: it’s...

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Softube TSAR-1(R) Reverb Plugin Review

Looking for a high quality in-the-box reverb unit? Bo Boddie has a review on Sonic Scoop of the TSAR-1 Reverb, the latest plugin available from Softube: “In Softube speak, TSAR stands for True Stereo Algorithmic Reverb. Interestingly, this moniker highlights a return to ground-up coding of reverb algorithms, as opposed to the convolution trend over recent years, which involves...

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Pedal Review: Hardwire RV-7 Reverb

The Hardwire line of Guitar Effect Pedals is made with the touring musician in mind. They are solidly built and full of useful extras (see upcoming full review of the full set for details). The promotional materials for the company’s reverb pedal RV-7 regularly and enthusiastically tout Hardwire’s partnership with Lexicon, a company that makes...

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