Setting the recording level control in GarageBand
"There is background noise in my studio. Should I use a noise-reduction plug-in?"
What exactly does the phrase 'leave headroom for mastering' mean?
Why choosing a key for your song is one of the most important aspects of preparation for production and recording
The Making of a CD - FREE DOWNLOAD
Can you hear the subtle effect of the knee control of the compressor? (With audio and video demonstrations)
Recordings of speech by newly-starting Audio Masterclass students
New vs. old guitar strings: Part 2 - The case for used guitar strings
Two microphone preamplifiers compared at Abbey Road Studio 2 - tube and transistor
Why mono is better than stereo for recording vocals and dialogue
Subscribe to access our latest, up-to-the-minute articles with hints, tips and adventures in audio in the weekly Audio Masterclass Newsletter.
June 2, 2004
DLS Effects has introduced it's new EchoTAP dual delay effect. This delay includes a TAP Tempo echo plus a panel settable echo that the musician can switch between on the fly. The TONE control gives the musician the power to shape the echoes from crystal clear replications to spacey echoes like the older tape echo units. It also includes 2 independent Echo Volume controls and an Echo Repeat control. The EchoTAP has two inputs and two outputs for use in stereo in/out, mono in/stereo out, or mono in/mono out (all Inputs and outputs utilize True Bypass switching).
The EchoTAP was designed to be highly road worthy by using a heavy gage steel enclosure, steel pots, steel switches, steel jacks, and powder coating for durability. The dimensions are 4.9"D x 5.5"W x 2.4"H. It operates on 9vdc (transformer included) and is NOT polarity sensitive which means the user can use their pedal board supply and not have to worry about polarity.
For more information, visit their web site at www.dlseffects.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR