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Solidgoldfx ELECTROMAN MKII - MODULATED DELAY 延时单块效果器

兼顾模拟延时和数字延时的特点 两条级联数字延迟线,模糊数字和模拟之间的界限。 mode模式切换利用了独特的双线方式,为您提供标准延迟,或者只将重复信号发送到第二个芯片以获得半时音效。 EMERMON MKII的第二个脚踏开关保留了我们的WARP扭曲功能,它可以将重复次数增加到环境纹理和空间音景的自振荡。 Delay延迟重复是由我们的音乐调制电路支持的,它有三个可选择的速度范围和的颤振控制,这增加了深度。这个控制把MKII变成了一个即时磁带回声模拟器。 Level,repeat重复和time时间控制标准,时间控制MAXIN在1秒的热延迟。EMERMON MKII的TONE旋钮将通过减少控制增加时重复的三倍来解决模拟和数字snobs之间的争论。

  • 型号: MODULATED DELAY
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  • 产地: 加拿大

ELECTROMAN MKII - MODULATED DELAY

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关于哪种延迟是“最好的”的争论已经困扰吉他店和网络论坛半个世纪了。一方面,我们有模拟纯粹主义者,他们更喜欢模拟延迟,而数字用户更喜欢精确的1和0重复。就个人而言,我们喜欢优秀的延迟,而我们的Electroman MKII就是这样:一个优秀的、功能丰富的延迟,它可以做任何正确的事情。


EMERMON MKII的核心是两条级联数字延迟线,在PT2399芯片领域大踏步前进。PT2399是一款专为DJ录像机和卡拉OK机开发的芯片,当调谐正确时,会模糊数字和模拟之间的界限。


mode模式切换利用了独特的双线方式,为您提供标准延迟,或者只将重复信号发送到第二个芯片以获得半时音效,该音效将位于您的下一个环境或乐句的前面和中心。


EMERMON MKII的第二个脚踏开关保留了我们的扭曲功能,它可以将重复次数增加到环境纹理和空间音景的自振荡。但这一次,你可以通过“扭曲切换”中的三个设置之一来控制灵敏度,从轻推到无限到瞬间疯狂。


Delay延迟重复是由我们的音乐调制电路支持的,它有三个可选择的速度范围和的颤振控制,这增加了深度。这个控制把MKII变成了一个即时磁带回声模拟器。


当EMERMON MKII配备有缓冲旁路时,我们的尾部开关可以让您决定EMERMON MKII在关闭时是否会扼杀重复信号,或者在旁路时是否会让重复信号留在放大器中。


Level,repeat重复和time时间控制标准,时间控制MAXIN在1秒的热延迟。EMERMON MKII的TONE旋钮将通过减少控制增加时重复的三倍来解决模拟和数字snobs之间的争论。


左边的一个额外的插孔把电工EMERMON  MKII送到下一级:FX回路让你连接一个立体声Y电缆到尽可能多的辅助踏板,环形效应重复。尝试一个八度踏板真正的空间探索,一个环形调制器为一个低保真延迟,甚至一个音量踏板涌动的重复。

操控

Level: 干信号音量

Repeat: 延时重复数

Color: 色彩渲染  从单纯的数字到黑暗色彩附着

Flutter:调制深度

Time: 延迟时间

Warp (推杆): 3档扭曲强度切换

Mode: 标准延时和双线延时切换

Speed: 速度

Tails: 音色延缓开关,左侧关闭效果器将立刻切断效果器  右侧会提供一个延缓

供电:标准9VDC 40ma

尺寸:4.67" x 3.68" x 1.18" (119mm x 94mm x 30mm)


The debate over which type of delay is "the best" is one that has plagued guitar shops and internet forums for half a century. On one hand, we have analog purists that prefer the murky degraded repeats of an analog delay, while digital users prefer the exacting repeats of ones and zeroes. Personally, we just like delays that are excellent, and our Electroman MKII is just that: An excellent, feature-rich delay that does everything right.

The core of the Electroman MKII is two cascaded digital delay lines, making bold strides in the arena of PT2399 chips. The PT2399 is a chip developed for DJ rigs and karaoke machines, and when tuned correctly, blurs the line between digital and analog.

The mode toggle takes advantage of that unique dual-line approach, giving you standard delay or one that sends the repeats only to the second chip for a cool half-time sound that will sit front and center on your next ambient or shoegaze record.

The second footswitch of the Electroman MKII retains our warp feature, which sends the repeats ramping up to self-oscillation for ambient textures and spatial soundscapes. But this time, you control the sensitivity with one of three settings on the warp toggle, from gentle nudging into infinity to instant freakouts.

Delay repeats are backed by our extremely musical modulation circuit, which has three selectable speed ranges and a generous flutter control, which increases the depth as you roll it up. This control turns the Electroman MKII into an instant tape echo simulator, where you can dial in just the right amount of digital wear and tear

While the Electroman MKII is equipped with buffered bypass, our tails switch lets you decide whether or not the Electroman MKII chokes off the repeats when switched off, or leaves them trailing into your amp when bypassed. This feature lets you sculpt your sound just how you like, allowing for precision interplay with your other effects by affecting just one passage.

Level, repeat and time controls come standard, with the time control maxing out at 1 second of warm delay. The Electroman MKII's color knob will settle the debate between analog and digital snobs by shaving treble content from the repeats as the control is increased.

An extra jack on the left edge takes the Electroman MKII to the next level: The fx loop jack lets you connect a stereo Y-cable to as many auxiliary pedals as you like, with the looped effect applying itself to the repeats. Try an octave pedal for true space exploration, a ring modulator for a lo-fi delay and even a volume pedal for swells of repeats.

Tone is always the goal, so if you want an outstanding delay unit that hacks through the vines of tiered menus and other complicated fluff, let the Electroman MKII be your machete.

KNOBS:

Level:

Changes the amount of wet signal from nothing at all to highly involved.

Repeat:

At zero, you'll find the humblest of all delays: the slapback. At full-blast, the repeats will run away and overtake your signal.

Color:

This control takes a little treble off the top as you turn it. Fully left is bare-naked digital, and turning it up increases the murk.

Flutter:

Controls the modulation depth. Keeping this control at zero shuts the circuit off.

Time:

Changes the delay time from a double tracking-esque 70 milliseconds to a full lengthy second.

TOGGLE SWITCHES:

Warp (toggle):

Changes the intensity of the Warp footswitch across three modes, from subtle (center) assertive (left) to imminent lift-off (right).

Mode:

Changes between standard delay (left) and a special second mode(right), which sends the repeats slamming into the second delay line at half time.

Speed:

Offers three different speed settings of the modulation circuit - slow in the center position, fast when toggled right and medium in the left position. See also: flutter knob.

Tails:

The Electroman MKII is buffered bypass, and this switch lets you decide how you want the repeats to behave with the pedal switched off: choked off when switched left, or trailing when switched right.

AUXILIARY

FX Loop Jack:

This jack lets you attach a stereo Y-cable, allowing you to patch in any number of effects. These effects let you apply external effects only to the repeats, for endless amounts of fun. You can even run a full external pedalboard in this loop. We won't tell. In addition, the loop also doubles an an expression input to control the level knob.

Input:

Instrument or other pedal goes here.

Output:

Amplifier or other pedal goes here.

Warp Footswitch:

Engaged self-oscillation when and where you want it, and relents when you release it.

True Bypass/Trails Footswitch:

Turns effect on and off.

POWER:

The Electroman II requires a center-negative 9VDC power adapter with at least 40mA of current (not included). Almost all power supplies meet this requirement, but check yours first.

DIMENSIONS

4.67" x 3.68" x 1.18" (119mm x 94mm x 30mm)