Live from the Dubkasm studio in Bristol: a tour of our favourite echo units with sound clips and a look at the features and individual quirks that make them dubwise.
Some tips about dub mixing using a High Pass Filter
Excellent Dub mixing and what makes it even more impressive in that
all instruments and composition is by Westfinga
Great interview with the Mad Professor from Prince Fatty TV
This is an interesting article. It takes you through the theory of some Dub Methods with examples of their use in songs. It then shows you how to replicate some in Ableton. Click here for full article.
ROCK STEADY BASS
An article from the Roland website, good wee read. Here for the article.
Inspirational and a cheap alternative.
Looks a interesting new member to the tape delay family.
Taken from site.
Three core functions – tape echo, reverb, and preamp.
Independent inputs (and level controls) for Instrument-level and Line-level applications, plus balanced input and output at rear
Three echo playback heads, and a Sound On Sound Head giving 11 Head combination Settings in total
Adjust the echo’s Time and Feedback with Control Voltages (CV 0-5 volts) and compatible Expression Pedals
Bass and Treble control of the echo signal
Motor ON/Switch for tape slow down effect – or to conserve tape when only using the EF-X2’s reverb or preamp
State of the art DSP Reverb with independent controls.
Mute the reverb or echo signal with a dual foot switch pedal
Comes with a worldwide-compatible, 100 – 240v power supply (no step-down or other transformers required)
Built tough to last, by someone who’s repaired and upgraded more tape echo units than you can possibly imagine!
3 Years Warranty with peace of mind that this is made by a company that has been operating for over 10 years specialising in tape echo repair and spare parts.
Designed by Shane Fritsch & Doug Ford
Nice video explaining the workings of a Spring Reverb