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Re: Thoughts on the Eclipse, Fireworx, G-Force, and PCM81

i've been checking out the G-force and eclipse myself, and from what
i've seen the eclipse is far superior to the G-force...to me it seems
like the g-force is too "conventional" to make weird noises...

I should say that this isn't real-life experiences, but just from
research, so that might totally void anything i said :)

if you really want to go nuts on your loops, check out the harmonizer
H7600. Just read the preset manual
http://www.eventide.com/pdfs/h7600pm.pdf and be amazed...maybe once i
become president of the US or figure out how to be an heir to donald
trump i will buy it ;)


On 6/24/06, Krispen Hartung <khartung@cableone.net> wrote:
> I'd like to get your thoughts on the Eventide Eclipse, TC Electronic
> Fireworx, TC Electrronics G-Force, and Lexicon PCM81. If I had to invest 
> only one of these, which would give me the most tone mangling / effect
> goodies for the buck?  The Fireworx appears to have a lot of different 
> of effects, more than the other two from what I can tell, but I'd like to
> hear from some of you who own these units.
> I'm looking for a unit, preferrable, that has all the standard delay,
> reverb, pitch, and chorus/modulation effects, but also ring mod, 
> some quasi-synth guitar like effects, Filter, and whatever else it can
> muster.  I've heard some really ethereal and rich pad-like sounds from 
> Eventides, which I really like, so that is a must.
> Why you ask? Now that my laptop system is complete and serving me well, 
> building a botique, yet simple rack system on the side...Looperlative, 
> VF1s', and whatever I decide from the above five units.
> Kris