• Le concurrent de l'Eventide Timefactor arrive sur le marché ! Voici les specs de la bête :

    Artistes News12 Different Delay Machines
    TimeLine provides twelve studio-class, fully tweakable, and completely adjustable delay
    The dTape machine delivers the complete experience of sought-after sliding-head tape echo
    machines, with every attribute relentlessly studied and faithfully recreated. Full control over
    Tape Age, Wow & Flutter, Tape Crinkle, Tape Bias, Low End Contour, and Tape Speed.
    dBucket™Artistes News
    The dBucket machine provides you with a deep and nuanced recreation of analog bucketbrigade
    style delay types. Two delay time ranges are available, for single or multiple BBD
    chip delay times. Utilize our exclusive Bucket Loss control, along with dedicated Filter and
    Mod controls.
    A crystal-clear digital delay that can be endlessly tweaked and enriched with the Filter, Grit,
    Smear, High Pass, and Modulation controls. A wide range of delay tones can be achieved
    with this classic “voiced” digital approach. In addition, a non-linear mode allows the repeats
    to fade more quickly, while still retaining a natural feel.
    Two independent delay lines can be configured in series or parallel (right/left split). The
    second delay has independent Mix, Repeat and Time values, and can also be set to track the
    first delay’s knob values.
    The Pattern machine gives you a variety of multi-tap patterns that span from rhythmic to
    ambient to percussive and everything in between. Filter, Grit and Mod knobs deliver a wide
    range of delay experiences.
    You play frontwards, it repeats backwards. Your playing triggers the delays, producing
    predictable, repeatable, and extremely useful reverse effects. Add some Smear to soften the
    attacks—smearing transients while retaining full frequency response.
    The Ice machine slices and dices your input and plays the pieces back with a selectable
    Interval shift amount—from an octave down to an octave-plus-fifth up, and anywhere in
    between. You can Blend the ice amount from none to all. Selectable Slice size allows further
    possibilities, changing the size of audio chunks that get shifted.
    Duck — and cover. You get a ducking delay with adjustable Sensitivity and Release Time,
    along with a switchable Feedback duck option. This allows for a wide variety of dynamic
    delay effects.
    Variable swell time allows you to match the swell with the delay time. Turn the Mix to full
    wet and turn up the repeats for ethereal ambient effects. Adjust the Rise Time to set the time
    constant for the swell effect. Add some Smear to soften the attacks—smearing transients
    while retaining full frequency response.
    The Trem delay machine provides you with a synchronized tremolo with Waveshape, Depth
    and Speed for cool new sounds. Choose from triangle, square, sin, ramp, and saw to vary the
    delay amplitude.
    The Filter delay gives you a synchronized Filter that can be placed before or after the delay.
    Waveshape, Depth, Speed, Resonance, and Filter Location are all adjustable parameters.
    Choose from triangle, square, sin, ramp, saw, random, up, and down to vary the delay
    amplitude. Limitless filter possibilities!
    Crush some bits with the Lo-Fi delay machine. Adjust Bit Depth and Sample Rate while
    blending the results with the full resolution signal. Select from several hand crafted lo-fi
    Filters, spanning transistor radios, telephones, phonographic horns, and other “collectibles”.
    Top it off with our exclusive dVinyl record noise, adding a scratchy record complete with
    dust and dirt.

    Features and Specs
    Sound Design
    • Hand crafted, studio-class delay algorithms deliver meticulous, detailed and nuanced
    delay experiences
    • Twelve delay machines to choose from: dTape™, dBucket™, Digital, Dual, Pattern,
    Reverse, Ice, Duck, Swell, Trem, Filter, Lo-fi.
    • Seven front-panel tone shaping knobs: Time, Repeats, Mix, Filter, Grit, Mod Speed,
    Mod Depth
    • Additional menu-driven parameters deliver extremely flexible tone shaping options
    and complete tweakability

    Hardware and Controls
    • 200 easily accessible presets, save and recall at the press of a switch
    • LED display for preset info, BPM/time readout, and extended parameter control
    • Full MIDI implementation allows extended control for those with more complex rigs
    • Three rugged metal footswitches for preset selection, effect bypass, looper control,
    and Tap Tempo
    • Full featured 30-second, 24-bit stereo Looper, routable pre- or post-delay, with MIDI
    capability. More information on TimeLine looper functionality coming soon
    Ins, Outs, Switches
    • Stereo input and output
    • Expression pedal input with selectable control over knob or combination of knobs,
    saveable per preset
    • MIDI input and output
    • Switchable I/O configuration: Stereo Out or Mono with Delay Feedback Loop Insert
    Audio Quality
    • Ultra low noise, high performance 24-bit 96kHz A/D and D/A converters
    • 115dB typical signal to noise
    • Analog dry path for a zero latency dry signal that is never converted to digital
    • Premium analog front end and output section
    • Super high performance DSP in a compact form factor
    • 32-bit floating point processing

    • True Bypass (electromechanical relay switching)
    • Selectable Trails mode with high quality, transparent Analog Buffered Bypass,
    saveable per preset
    • +/- 3dB Boost/Cut, saveable per preset
    • Selectable Tap Subdivision, saveable per preset
    • Included 9V DC power supply
    • Rugged and lightweight gunmetal gray anodized aluminum chassis
    • Dimensions: 6.75" wide, 5.1" deep. Height is 1.3" (front) and 1.9" (rear).
    • Crafted with love in the USA


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  • La T900 est une pédale combo dans le même esprit que la Bonnie D.Boost Factory. Il s'agit d'une double pédale d'effets comprenant : la pédale d'overdrive armée de ses 3 réglages (Gain, Tone, Volume) taillé pour le Blues/Rock, un son chaud, crémeux et crunchy à souhait, un son roots typé vintage comme on aime. Et équipée d'une pédale de boost (La Betty Boost), un son musicale avec son seul potentiomètre de réglage d'une précision chirurgicale.

    Elle est composé deux 2 footswitch True Bypass, afin d'offrir 3 réglages différents :

    1. Le mode Drive (Footswitch Drive enclenché seulement), qui permet d'avoir seulement l'overdrive d'enclenché.
    2. Le mode Boost (Footswitch Boost enclenché seulement), qui permet d'avoir seulement le boost d'enclenché.
    3. Le mode T900 (Footswitch Drive & Boost enclenchés), qui permet d'avoir une double saturation, le potentiomètre volume du drive va saturé le transistor du boost et vous obtenir un son typé Rock British.

    Elle est aussi utilisable avec le devolteur vendu en stand alone :


    En bref, 2 bonnes pédales simples à utiliser et pas trop exorbitant pour de la fabrication artisanale francaise.

    Source : Anthologyofsound.com


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  • Les frangins A.o.S viennent de mettre en ligne une armée de vidéos de démonstrations de leurs produits.

    La T-900 et la Bonnie D. ont l'air d'etre prometeuses ! Je vous conseilles de vous abonnez à leur chaines, pour être au courant de toutes les nouveautés de leur shop.

    T-900 :

    Humh Killer :

    Bob :

    Vidéo de la Betty Boost :

    Mecabird avec une Gretsch :

    Mecabird avec une Strat:

    Franck :

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  • Artistes News

    Nous avons tous compris sans la moindre hésitation que cette guitare est destiné aux joueurs de blues 'n Folk ! Pour être sérieux, cette guitare est destinée au shredder qui ne sont pas satisfait de leur guitare 24 cases, et qui aimerait que le chien du voisin aime leur style de jeux

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  • La chaine d'Anthology of Sound, vient juste de mettre en ligne une vidéo de présentation de la Bonnie D. Boost Factory. Cette vidéo permet de voir le potentiel de la pédale d'effet !

    C'est le modèle signature de Brice Delage, qui est fan d'effet (Une version French de Tom Morello).

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