TE TapeEcho Mk2 by Ekssperimental Sounds

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Post 05 Nov 2020

Re8et wrote:
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ekss wrote:
04 Nov 2020


Thanks!
Mix is already available in the TapeEcho - in Direct mode the Feedback, Chorus Intensity and Reverb Amount works like mix dry/wet controls.
Ah, that's what Direct mode does? Killer!
Yes, you flip it depending if you're using it as a send or insert fx: direct on = insert, direct off = send

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Post 20 Jan 2021

V1.1 in the Shop. Update with CV for all you CV folk :)
https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... eecho-mk2/
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Post 20 Jan 2021

MrFigg wrote:
20 Jan 2021
V1.1 in the Shop. Update with CV for all you CV folk :)
https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... eecho-mk2/
Held out on this thing when it was introduced because I try to not buy REs that don't have any CV. Trialing it right now :) .

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Post 20 Jan 2021

If there was a Top 10 Sexiest Rack Extensions...
Combinators, ReFills and RS SoundPacks my GoogleDrive: [deeplink] Open RS-Project

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Post 20 Jan 2021

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If there was a Top 10 Sexiest Rack Extensions...
There could be.... start a new thread!
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Post 26 Jan 2021

hello, this is my first post.
last week I bought the siren/preamp bundle from the same developer. :thumbup:

thinking about getting this echo aswell
so here comes a rookie question - what do I get from this echo that I dont get from the one already installed?
thanks

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Post 26 Jan 2021

rickrubin wrote:
26 Jan 2021
hello, this is my first post.
last week I bought the siren/preamp bundle from the same developer. :thumbup:

thinking about getting this echo aswell
so here comes a rookie question - what do I get from this echo that I dont get from the one already installed?
thanks
You get a smooth speed up of the echos using the slider like you hear on dub records. It’s a good one. Trial it.
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Post 27 Jan 2021

ok thanks, yes will do! its on sale at the moment so I think I'll get it

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Post 01 Feb 2021

MrFigg wrote:
20 Jan 2021
V1.1 in the Shop. Update with CV for all you CV folk :)
https://www.reasonstudios.com/shop/rack ... eecho-mk2/
Damit, now I have to remix a whole song :D

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Post 15 Oct 2021

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Update 1.1.1 is just out: Small GUI adjustments and a new trimmer added to the back!
The new trimmer is called "Slide Time" - it controls the time it takes to adjust the echo rate when changing speed with the buttons or slider. The previous value is at 0, and you can trim it down to almost instant and up to an even slower response. This is especially good when you're using the front panel Slider and want it to respond faster or slower.

Cheers!

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Post 18 Oct 2021

ekss wrote:
15 Oct 2021
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Update 1.1.1 is just out: Small GUI adjustments and a new trimmer added to the back!
The new trimmer is called "Slide Time" - it controls the time it takes to adjust the echo rate when changing speed with the buttons or slider. The previous value is at 0, and you can trim it down to almost instant and up to an even slower response. This is especially good when you're using the front panel Slider and want it to respond faster or slower.

Cheers!
Awesome Update

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Whoopdee
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Post 19 Oct 2021

@Developer, is this device based on component modeling or does it achieve the vintage sound using convolution based technology?

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moofi
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Post 19 Oct 2021

:thumbs_up: Just trialing it. Pretty funky device. Especially like there is a dubbie reverb included.
Also pleaing for a ducking option btw :-)
Even cooler would be a breakout section like on The Echo :-D

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Post 20 Oct 2021

Whoopdee wrote:
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@Developer, is this device based on component modeling or does it achieve the vintage sound using convolution based technology?
It’s mostly DSP based: the reverb uses a mix of DSP and convolution.

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Post 20 Oct 2021

ekss wrote:
20 Oct 2021
Whoopdee wrote:
19 Oct 2021
@Developer, is this device based on component modeling or does it achieve the vintage sound using convolution based technology?
It’s mostly DSP based: the reverb uses a mix of DSP and convolution.
Thank you, just purchased, trialed it long ago and loved it :]

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Post 23 Nov 2021

ekss wrote:
03 Nov 2020
Thanks for posting!
Haven't considered ducking really - it's kind of a "modern" feature that could be achieved with a sidechaining a compressor when used as a send effect. But yeah, maybe something to look into for a feature update!
Just trying TapeEcho out now.... Black Friday steal!
I would also like to see ducking added to this in a future update.
I'm curious why the "sync" switch isn't located on the front? Seems like an interesting decision. Maybe a button could be added to the front in an update, so it's automatable?

Nice device, though. I'm really liking it quite a lot! I love that the delay time can be changed while it's playing, and it doesn't do that typical chipmunk sounding effect to the audio. Very cool device... sounds great! Definitely going to buy it for $25. Thanks Erik!
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