NUX NDR-5 NUX | Atlantic Delay & Reverb Pedal,Black
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I hadn't had much experience with this pedal (even though I got it a few months ago), but after some time with it this morning, I decided it was going to be the pedal I was using for my gig this afternoon (I was that confident with the pedal). There are plenty of demos of this one on YouTube, so, rather than describing the effects, I’ll just limit myself to some general observations …. Connection ports (power, input, output, USB) are all grouped at one end, which helps when you’re saving space on your board.
If you think your personal information, held by us, may have been compromised in any way or you have any other privacy related complaints or issues, you should also raise the matter with the Privacy Officer. I only use the tape-type model on the Atlantic - I have it and the Strymon as a 'last-in-line' delay on their respective boards (after an EH Hazerai and Timeline/ Boss DD-6 doing various other delay effects). This is done the way I wish every other manufacturer would do it: the dry signal is always at 100% and you're ADDING the delay/reverb to that (in effect, the delay/reverb is side-chained).The delays are all good representations of tape, bucket brigade and digital devices - and they've been tailored into very useful settings already.
There are two switches on the side of the pedal as well – they modify the impedance and set serial or parallel operation, respectively. Where we use a supplier outside of Australia, we will take reasonable steps in the circumstances to ensure that such overseas recipient does not breach the Australian Privacy Principles (except where such steps are not required under the Privacy Act). Another very cool feature: you can choose to run the delay and reverb in parallel (effectively like two separate signal paths) or series (delay feeds into reverb or reverb feeds into delay - the sequence is selectable).I say that without hesitation since many ‘space’ pedals do not have the clarity of the Atlantic, and can sound slightly muddy or muffled in comparison (thus making the delay or reverb less obvious, sometimes impossible, to hear the differences among types, e. What I mean is that his baby offers 3 types of delay (60’s, 70’s, 80’s) – all of them with different delay times. And for the advanced user, you can split out your signal into stereo BUT ALSO have delay and reverb go to different channels of the stereo output.
Although the manual says to use it with Plate Reverb, I found it also gives a great sustain on Hall Reverb.
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