... but the MoogerFooger doesn t come close to the Blacet in terms of of CV control. And sadly, none of the the others... it s the CV control that makesMessage 1 of 367 , May 31, 2002View SourceOn 5/31/02 11:19 PM, "phaedra@..." <phaedra@...> wrote:
> I don't think that an analog delay with relative short delay time is that whatbut the MoogerFooger doesn't come close to the Blacet in terms of of CV
> tthe most of us want.
> I'm using the analog delay from BigBriar, newly known as moog music, and it
> has a delay time of about 0.8 sec
> and a very good sound. It has the quality and the sound I want to have, but
> the price was a nightmare.
> To reach this quality, Mr. Doepfer has to search for very high-priced parts to
> build in, because neither the blacet nor the AS
control. And sadly, none of the the others... it's the CV control that makes
modular analog delays so great, just like all other "modular" modules, and
that's why it would be great to have a digital delay that's modular! with CV
for all sorts of things. The TC, Line 6... and all I've seen fall way short
of offering this.
Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the Doepfer_a100 group: Would you buy a Doepfer A100 Serge Voltage Controlled Slope inspired module?Message 367 of 367 , Nov 19, 2012View SourceEnter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the
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