Guitar Reverb Effect Pedal
12 different studio class reverb machines, Rooms, Reverbs, Plates and Springs
300 programmable user presets
Press-and-hold sustain and Freeze function (infinite)
Fully controllable by midi
Ultra low noise 24-bit 96 kHz converter
Controller for: Decay, Pre-Delay, Mix, Tone, Mod, Low end, Mid and Size
LED status display
Stereo input and output
Toggle switch for feedback loop
Expression pedal input (can be saved and controlled)
Incl. 9V power supply (female DC)
It sounds wonderfully artificial. I'm not selling my Reverbulator spring yet but I can see the advantages of BigSky for the guitar & synth ambient music I'm planning to make in the future. I love the play of green and blue on this box - they nailed the vibe I'm attuned to with this effect.
Just for the record: GS is a place where members advice other members to get rid of a BigSky and buy a Midiverb 2 or even Zoom 1201 in order to improve the sound quality of their reverb. If I still had some faith in the advice one can expect from GS: Now it's gone!
...Avalon for the acid-lines, a TR-8 and bunch of effects - had OTO BIM, a Mooger Fooger delay and the BigSky + filters set up in Ableton for live tweakin. We used a Mackie 1604 for mixing, syncing everything from Ableton through Babyface. This is the set: https://soundcloud.com/themachinesoul/marten-attling-feat-the-machine-soul-live-techno-woodstock-nye-2017 Well... as you can hear there is not...
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