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There has never been a time when music collaboration has been so easy. In the privacy of your own home. You don't have to lug your gear anywhere. I wish we always had this.

Friday, August 02, 2013

The new multi-effector is on it's way, YES!

Hello Everyone,

Well I did it. My next multi-effector is paid for and I await delivery. It's a Behringer Virtualizer Pro 24 bit Dual Engine Effects Processor Model DSP 1000P. I don't know too much about them. I did read a few reviews quickly as I did my bidding. It's not as good as a Lexicon but better than an Alesis or an ART. Both I was looking at. It's a professional quality unit so being a bit older shouldn't be an issue for me. It has midi in/out. Something that my old Yamaha FX500B didn't have. It was only midi in and basically useless. With the DSP 1000P I should be able to hook my keyboard directly to it without using a computer if I want to. It doesn't have the most presets or user spaces that I ever heard of but it has three times what I'm used to so it should be enough.

When you are jammin' at home or at a small venue like buddies house you need to be able to mix up the sound a little or you will get bored because everything will sound the same. It's hard to beat a multi-effector for that. It's quick, easy, one or two cables. The presets are usually well balanced so it's a simple up or down to change the sound. I know a few people will wonder so I will say I got it on ebay. Including shipping it was 101.00 USD. I'm not going to complain about that. I'll let you know how it works when I get it in a few weeks. :)