Electrix MO-FX: Electrix» multi effect rackmount unit». The Electrix Mo FX is a digital multi effects unit. The effects it includes are distortion, flange, tremolo and delay. The effects can be used singularly or they can be. Electrix audio processors all share a very distinctive look, like a cross Electrix has broken some interesting ground with the Mo-FX ($).
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This is a professional unit both in terms of build quality and in creating musically useful time-synchronised effects manipulations. Request a new review. The only reason it takes a bit of getting used to is simply because there are so many different effects and different ways mo-gx alter them.
There are plenty of dials to manipulate each effect to get a real wide variety of sounds for a variety of eoectrix. Originally posted on FutureProducers. Never called tech support, doubt I ever will. I just made because I edit a note too low for sound quality.
But you fell into nine 5-boy! I add only that there is a elecyrix band hi-mid-low for each effect with seven possible combinations and the tremolo to auto-pan. Did you find this review helpful? These unspecified bands are divided into High, Mid, and Low and any of seven different combinations of frequency bands, or any single band can be selected at any time by repeatedly pressing the BAND button.
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PROS Exceptional sound quality. If you are looking to expand and get some time based effects that are not in plug in form, this is a great model to get started with.
The distortion ranges from a muted overdrive to full blown grunge and although it can sound a little rough around the edges it can be a fairly usefull effect with the right material and in the right situation. But it is going very well, it is easy to use! I don’t have access to a manual but I would think it would be helpful in figuring out all the ins and outs of this model.
MO-FX can be lack of an effect supplmentaire My love for it has increased a lot after I took the time to practice using it.
But there lies a problem, it has a tendancy to sound a little bland and samey as with many flangers. Multi effects rack or flat: When mixed with some of the other effects it can make for mo-fxx seriously unique tones. The repeats can get extremely quick elctrix almost crazy sounding. They are elecyrix cheap enough where almost any studio owner could own one and it is a great bang for your buck.
Power switch on rear. The only reason it takes a bit of getting used to is simply because there are so many different effects and different ways to alter them. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. I believe the connections are XLR and the unit is rackable. Real-time effects tempo sync. They are even cheap enough where almost any studio owner could own one and it is a great bang for your buck.
The power supply is internal with an standard EC socket and power switch on the busy rear panel, which also contains all the electgix to the outside world: The repeats can get extremely quick and almost crazy sounding. It will in fact try to sync with only a couple of taps but is a lot happier if you tap at least three times, basically the more you tap the more accurately it will sync. Only basic level metering. When set to Thru the original signal is sent to the outputs unaffected, regardless of the Engage or Momentary buttons.
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I have also a Kaos pad, and comparison with the Mo FX makes it the best live effect platinum or machines for Balace a touch heavy, warm, or to leave a sound in space with the delay crazy using live techno, drum and bass The Electrix Mo FX is a digital multi effects unit.
Another heavyweight winner from Electrix. All analogue effects make this machine sound worlds mo-rx than the digital Pioneer EFX unit.
This is a fair approximation of an electtrix delay line but it actually sounds more like a cross between a tape delay and an analogue delay, depending on how fast or far you adjust the control, still an interesting effect though.