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Review | Recording Musician, Jan 1993
ART SGX T2 Guitar And Studio FX
ART have what is probably the most confusing product range on the market — and this is one of the latest models.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1992
ART Multiverb Alpha 2.0 & DRX 2100
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1987
Programmable Digital Reverb
...While Simon Trask gets to grips with a more expensive model from America, with more parameters, a remote-control unit, and various other goodies; is it worth the extra?
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1987
Mark Jenkins auditions the latest 16-bit stereo digital reverb with Performance MIDI.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Sep 1985
A surprisingly flexible and easy to use unit that offers first class results.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1989
In this age of the preset, you need all the help available to stamp your personality on the sounds you produce. Paul Ireson finds a new ally in the fight for individuality - ART's fully programmable, four-effects-at-once signal processor.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1992
The Multiverb Alpha is the latest and greatest in ART's series of studio multi-effects processors. Dave Lockwood checks it out.
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1992
In their efforts to establish their signal processors as strongly in the UK as they have in the States, ART can't seem to bring out enough effects units. Nigel Lord evaluates the ART with aspirations to be number one.
Review | Music Technology, Nov 1989
Taking the Multiverb as their starting point, ART have a new multi-effects processor with which to enhance your music. Ian Waugh says the verb is "to want".
Review | Music Technology, Aug 1990
ART Multi-fx Processor
As even the most modest MIDI studio becomes a powerful tool for the creation and recording of music, sound processing becomes a more essential part of it. Tim Goodyer checks out ART's latest multi-fx processor.
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1992
ART's ever-expanding range of signal processors is intended to cater for musicians of all styles and financial means. Nicholas Rowland test drives a new effects unit whose price belies its power.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1989
Multi Effects Processor
David Mellor samples the delights of a multiple effects unit that can create up to nine high quality effects at the same time.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1989
Multi FX Processor
With multi-fx processors appearing faster than dissenting conservative back-benchers, the pressure is on to come up with something different. Simon Trask investigates a processor that uses analogue circuitry for its unique character.
Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1992
Guitar Multi-Effects Processor
A multi-effects processor for the guitarist who wants instant gratification without all that tedious mucking about in hyperspace? Paul White plugs into the ART SGX-LT.
Review | Recording Musician, Jul 1992
ART Multiverb LTX
When it comes to sheer quantity, quality and value for money, this multi-effects unit takes some beating.
Review | The Mix, Sep 1994
Review | The Mix, Oct 1994
ART RXR Elite
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
Multiverb II Multiverb EXT
Dave Lockwood casts his eye over this brace of MIDI controllable multi-effects processors from ART.
Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1990
Art Multiverb III & SGE Mach II
Art seem to update their range of multi-effects processors faster than everyone else. Dave Lockwood checks out two of their very latest incarnations.