Here’s a demo of the Electro-Harmonix 8 Step Program Analog Expression/CV Sequencer by “JJ Likes Guitar.”
The 8 Step Program plugs into the expression pedal or CV input of other effects pedals and synthesizers delivering rhythmic sequencer control. It can turn an ordinary auto-wah into a step filter, a tremolo into a syncopated pulse effect and a pitch-shifter into an arpeggiator. Here JJ shows what it can do with the Stereo Talking Machine Vocal Formant Filter and the Ring Thing Single Sideband Modulator.
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Electro-Harmonix has introduced a new pedal – the Epitome.
Here’s a demo of the EXH Epitome, via effects guru Bill Ruppert.
In this episode of Bill Ruppert’s Effectology series, he explains how to make your guitar sound like Pink Floyd‘s synthesizer, from the song “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”.
See the EHX forum for details.
The Electro-Harmonix Talking Pedal is designed to bring vocal expression to the guitar player and uses the proprietary design shared by all of EHX’s Next Step Effects.
It features the same smooth rocking chassis that’s super rugged and delivers lightning fast control. Bypass switching is completely silent. The Talking Pedal is also free of the moving parts that plague other pedals, parts that wear out and require replacement.
Like a wah wah, the Talking Pedal is a rocking filter-type pedal, but the similarities end there. The tone of the pedal is unlike a traditional wah’s because it passes the guitar signal through two bandpass filters that give the tone a male vocal quality and create a selection of vowel-like sounds.
A specially designed, fixed, fuzz circuit can be blended in with a scroll wheel located on the side of the pedal. This enhances the definition of the effect and adds growl and grind to the pedal.
Electro-Harmonix NYC Headquarters Tour
http://www.premierguitar.com PG’s Rebecca Dirks is on location in New York, New York, where she visits the Electro-Harmonix NYC headquarters and gets led on a tour by the company’s Founder and CEO Mike Matthews.
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