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Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Roland DEP-5 multi-effects
Julian Colbeck brings you the key facts on Roland's improvement on the SPX90.
Review | Recording Musician, Dec 1992
Peavey SDR 20/20 Digital Multi Effects Unit
A refreshingly logical and capable multi-effects unit that successfully combines flexibility with fidelity.
Review | Recording Musician, Feb 1993
Zoom 9001 Multi-Effects Processor
Big effects, small package — Mike Simmons thinks it must be a Zoom.
Review | In Tune, Nov 1986
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug/Sep 1984
MXR 1500 Digital Delay
The MXR 1500
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985
Review | Music Technology, May 1989
Aimed at the higher end of the market, Akai's latest reverb unit forsakes digital clarity in favour of more realistic sound treatment. Vic Lennard goes au naturel.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1988
A budget reverb unit for budget studios - although big studios might like it too. John Renwick plugs it in and gets a pleasant ringing in his ears.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1986
Take the successful MIDIverb, remove the MIDI bit, reduce the number of programs to 16, and you've got the cheapest digital reverb in the world. Paul White lends it an ear.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1991
Now in its third revision, the popular Microverb has attained full rackmount status and boasts an incredible 256 effects programs. Nigel Lord is drowning in reverb.
Review | Making Music, Aug 1986
Multiple Effects Unit
Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1986
Several months after the MIDIVERB turned the world of stereo digital reverb on its head, Alesis look set for a repeat performance with their latest unit - a combination of digital delay, reverb and stereo enhancer. Paul Gilby seems lost for words.
Review | International Musician, Apr 1986
Jim Betteridge opines on a resounding success
Review | Making Music, May 1986
Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1987
When it comes to the MIDIVERB II, Phil South discovers that sequels can sometimes be better than the originals!
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1990
In the beginning was the Midiverb; the Midiverb begat the Midiverb II and the Midiverb II. Nigel Lord checks the latest incarnation of Alesis' standard-setting reverb.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1990
This latest release from the purveyors of low-cost signal processing is more a reverb unit with supplementary effects than a full-function multi-effects processor. Paul Ireson journeys into deep space to check it out.
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1989
Digital Multi-effects Processor
Following the success of their Midiverbs and Microverbs, Alesis have developed a unit capable of providing no less than four audio treatments simultaneously. Ian Waugh practices his four-play.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1989
The long-awaited new box from Alesis gives the user access to up to four simultaneous high quality effects.
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1991
Possibly the most popular budget multi-fx processor currently available, the Quadraverb has just been upgraded and promoted to the rank of 'Plus'. Nigel Lord investigates.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1984
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 | 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 | 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.