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Emma Electronics - Navigator - Versatile multi-head Delay with Tap Tempo

Emma Electronics - Navigator - Versatile multi-head Delay with Tap Tempo
kr 3 179,00
Produsent: Emma Electronics
SKU: 9972883
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Navigator Delay Your new echo expedition awaits The Navigator Delay is the pinnacle of elegant simplicity. It offers everything you need in a compact delay pedal and nothing you don’t. Dual delay heads, tap-tempo, modulation, beat-splits, trails, wet/dry outputs, all this and more in a neat yet pedalboard friendly package and in a pedal that’s really simple to use. Combining the best of analog and digital technology, the Navigator Delay offers practical and usable delay functions in a unique configuration that can generate classic delay tones, as well as many unique new sounds. While the Navigator’s hybrid circuit keeps the dry signal path 100% analog, to avoid signal latency and digital sterility. The delayed signal is created using a custom-coded DSP that allows for delay times of up to 1 second which can be adjusted via tap-tempo and also beat-split to create rhythmic, “multi-tap” effects. This is then fed back into the analog realm where Color, Level and Feedback controls add additional warmth and realism to the effect. In addition, a digital modulation section can create a variety of optional secondary effects to the delay repeats. From tape echo “warbles” to lush chorus and flanging, they’re all here in spades to provide you with all the gooey warmth you could want. Adding to the pedal’s feature set, is a separate Level control for the second, beat-split delay repeats, which perhaps is the most unique feature of the Navigator Delay. This option allows the user to emphasize the second delay voice or to turn the main delay off entirely, allowing you to create interesting and all new rhythmic effects. The second delay has the option to be set at one-half, two-thirds or three-quarter intervals against the main delay, allowing for “dotted eighth” and other classic multi-tap delay sounds. The Navigator may very well be the most feature-laden, yet simple to use compact delay pedal on the market. More importantly though, it simply sounds gorgeous. If you’ve been lost in the sea of digital despair, let the Navigator lead you home to a land of tonal bliss!
Navigator Delay Your new echo expedition awaits The Navigator Delay is the pinnacle of elegant simplicity. It offers everything you need in a compact delay pedal and nothing you don’t. Dual delay heads, tap-tempo, modulation, beat-splits, trails, wet/dry outputs, all this and more in a neat yet pedalboard friendly package and in a pedal that’s really simple to use. Combining the best of analog and digital technology, the Navigator Delay offers practical and usable delay functions in a unique configuration that can generate classic delay tones, as well as many unique new sounds. While the Navigator’s hybrid circuit keeps the dry signal path 100% analog, to avoid signal latency and digital sterility. The delayed signal is created using a custom-coded DSP that allows for delay times of up to 1 second which can be adjusted via tap-tempo and also beat-split to create rhythmic, “multi-tap” effects. This is then fed back into the analog realm where Color, Level and Feedback controls add additional warmth and realism to the effect. In addition, a digital modulation section can create a variety of optional secondary effects to the delay repeats. From tape echo “warbles” to lush chorus and flanging, they’re all here in spades to provide you with all the gooey warmth you could want. Adding to the pedal’s feature set, is a separate Level control for the second, beat-split delay repeats, which perhaps is the most unique feature of the Navigator Delay. This option allows the user to emphasize the second delay voice or to turn the main delay off entirely, allowing you to create interesting and all new rhythmic effects. The second delay has the option to be set at one-half, two-thirds or three-quarter intervals against the main delay, allowing for “dotted eighth” and other classic multi-tap delay sounds. The Navigator may very well be the most feature-laden, yet simple to use compact delay pedal on the market. More importantly though, it simply sounds gorgeous. If you’ve been lost in the sea of digital despair, let the Navigator lead you home to a land of tonal bliss!