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Moog Voyager thru Eventide Space reverb pedal

SourceDist on January 11, 2011 13:59

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    If you only listen to part of this, fast forward to the Reverse and Shimmer sections, those algorithms are freaking ace!

    It's a rough and ready preview, but we took a prototype Eventide Space pedal and put a Moog Voyager select through it, recording the results in stereo. This is a deep pedal with dedicated controls for the 12 algorithms (plus High/Low EQ controls and 100 presets!)...I'm confident your own creativity will coax a lifetime of different textures out of one beyond what was possible for us in the time available! This was recorded using the line-in on a Zoom H2 hence the interference and noise in parts - the Moog certainly doesn't exhibit noise like this and the Eventide definitely doesn't! Just all we had available in the time this unit was here.

    Interestingly this particular unit has gone on to the hands of Jonny Buckland of Coldplay fame. Hope to next hear this little black box on something a bit more musical...

    More on the new Eventide Space pedal: http://www.eventide.com/AudioDivision/Products/StompBoxes/Eventide_Space.aspx
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