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1..2.. 3,4,5 - How To Bring Your Sounds Alive

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.

20/20 Vision

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.

ADA 2FX Digital Multi-Effects

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985

Alesis MIDIFEX

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.

Alesis Quadraverb

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.

Alesis Quadraverb

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.

Alesis Quadraverb Plus

Review | Music Technology, Apr 1991
Multi-fx Processor

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.

Art Attack

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.

ART Multiverb

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.

ART Multiverb Alpha

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1992
Multi-fx Processor

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.

ART Multiverb II

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1989
Multi-FX Processor

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".

ART Multiverb III

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.

ART Multiverb LTX

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1992
Multi-effects Processor

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.

ART SGE

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.

ART SGE

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.

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.

Ensoniq DP/4

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1992
Parallel Effects Processor

Just four effect

For The Love Of ADA

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Feb 1985
ADA2FX

The engineers' dream? A dual effects unit for the price of one - the 2FX.

Korg A3

Review | Music Technology, Jul 1989
Performance Signal Processor

Now that multi-effects processors are all the rage, Korg go one better by producing a unit which allows you to add extra effects via ROM cards. Vic Lennard discovers the advantages of open-ended signal processing.

Lexicon LXP1 Multi-Effects Processor

Review | Music Technology, Dec 1988
and MRC MIDI Remote Control

The 'Lexicon sound" for a less than Lexicon price? Matt Isaacson checks out a state-of-the-art reverb unit intended to help make Lexicon a household name.

Lexicon LXP5

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
Multi-fx Processor

Their LXP1 brought luxury reverb within reach of home studios, now Lexicon's LXP5 offers a variety of new effects to the studio on a budget. Robert Rich reads the lexicon of fx.

Lexicon MRC

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1993
MIDI FX Controller

Programming Lexicon FX units has never been easier, thanks to this upgraded version of their remote control. And what do you know? Nicholas Rowland, not Top Cat, is the most effectual. Lexicon’s LXP-5 FX module gets the one-over too

Lexicon of Love

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1989
Lexicon LXP5 Multi-Effects Processor

Following the release of their acclaimed 'budget' LXP1 reverb, Lexicon have extended their presence in the affordable digital effects market with the LXP5 multi-effects unit. Dave Lockwood feels the quality.

 

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