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Cause & Effects

Review | Micro Music, Jan 1990

Jez Ford is seriously effected by Digitech's latest signal processor - the DSP-128

Digitech DSP 128 Plus

Review | Music Technology, May 1989
Digital Multi-effects Processor

In the multi-effects processor wars, Digitech's DSP 128 Plus distinguishes itself with comprehensive facilities and little sound colouration. Ian Waugh treats himself.

Digitech DSP 128 Plus

Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1989
Multi-Simultaneous Effects Processor

Hot on the heels of the Multiverb and Quadraverb comes Digitech's contender for the title of best 'four effects at once' signal processor. Paul Ireson checks out the form.

Digitech DSP16

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1991
Effects Processor

David Hughes checks out the DSP16, the most affordable of Digitech's new crop of effects units.

DigiTech IPS33 SmartShift

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1989
Intelligent Pitch Shifter

Most pitch shifters wouldn't know their A minor from their E major, but DigiTech's IPS33 knows a thing or two about playing in key. Simon Trask finds himself in harmony with the Intelligent Pitch Shifter.

Digitech Smartshift

Review | Sound On Sound, May 1989
Smarter than the average pitch shifter?

David Mellor assesses the musical intelligence of the DigiTech IPS33 SmartShift intelligent pitch shifter.

Digitech VHM5

Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1991
Intelligent Harmoniser

With four independent harmonies and its 'intelligent harmonising', Digitech's VHM5 pitch shifter promises much. Rowland Jones puts it to the test.

Digitech Vocalist II

Review | Music Technology, May 1993
Vocal Harmony Processor

It's that Nicholas Rowland again, testing his tonsils on Digitech's new 5-part vocal harmony processor. You too can sound like The, er, Five Tops

Digitech Vocalist II

Review | Recording Musician, Apr 1993
Your Plastic Pal Who's Fun To Sing With

You can produce vocal pyrotechnics little short of magic with this rackmount version of the acclaimed VHM5 Vocalist. Our reviewer sings its praises.

Long Delays Aren't Always Bad News

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1985

A sampling delay line with a very long memory, this time from DOD.

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This article has no OCR bodytext.In Full Effect

Competition | Music Technology, Jun 1991

Effects processors: you can't get enough of 'em - and there's no better way of getting your hands on a Digitech DSP 256XL than winning it in MT's latest exclusive competition.



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