Electrix MO-FX: Electrix» multi effect rackmount unit». The Electrix Mo FX is a digital multi effects unit. The effects it includes are distortion, flange, tremolo and delay. The effects can be used singularly or they can be. Electrix audio processors all share a very distinctive look, like a cross Electrix has broken some interesting ground with the Mo-FX ($).
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There are plenty of dials to manipulate each effect to get a real wide variety of sounds for a variety of applications. Solo Albums on iTunes. If you are looking to expand and get some time based effects that are not in plug in form, this is a great model to get started with. Only basic level metering. Sort by most recent most useful.
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Effects studio machine I mostly used with MPC carrment height, grain and gives some heat lamps near the amps. The quality of the flanger is unquestionable, very clean and digital sounding with no weird artifacts. Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe.
If a sound is passing through the DELAY block while you adjust the SPEED control the sound slurps about slowing down and speeding up for a few seconds while eldctrix electronics emulate adjusting to a new speed setting.
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One of the coolest-looking pieces of gear I own. Other uses would be to isolate and effect only certain frequencies, for example: Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe.
This is the only block with stereo inserts and the only block that can function in series after a fashion with the other effects. The Electrix Mo FX is a digital multi effects unit.
moosers’s review – Electrix Mo-FX – Audiofanzine
This short wall of silence can be really disconcerting, even more so in a live situation I would think. CONS Inflexible parallel signal path. As with all the other buttons the large Tap Tempo buton has 4 built-in LEDs around the transparent rim. I believe the connections are XLR and the unit is rackable.
A nice feature is that if the Delay is set with any amount of regeneration the sound will still decay in its own time without cutting off the echo tail even if the Delay effect is switched off.
The effects ellectrix includes are distortion, flange, tremolo and delay. My only complaint is that the Distortion block could have been a lot rougher-sounding.
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User reviews: Electrix Mo-FX – Audiofanzine
The effects work pretty much as they should and sound great with just about anything you might want to throw at it: The dials and buttons are easy to read and while it takes a bit to mo-tx out exactly what does what, as it is all laid out easy enough. My favorite effect is the delay, as it is easy to get a variety of delay sounds from it. Also the way the mof-x path is configured may not endure it to studio mo-x, although this is compensated for by the versatility and quality of the effects themselves, which are top notch.
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MIDI in, out and thru, left and right audio input and outputs on both standard balanced jacks and phonos, plus left and right effect insert sockets. The MO-FX has four effects, distortion, flanger, tremolo, delay. Not immediately as user friendly as the Pioneer stuff, but way better and more original sounding.
But you fell into nine 5-boy! When mixed with some of the other effects it can make for some seriously unique tones. Alternatively an incoming MIDI clock can be bypassed just by tapping in a new tempo.
There are plenty of dials to manipulate each effect to get a real wide variety of sounds for a variety of applications.
No input level control. While at first it seemed like a crazy noise-box, I have now learned that it can also do all the things a DJM or EFX can do, and sound better as well. Multi effects rack or flat: My favorite effect is the delay, as it is easy to get a variety of delay sounds from it.
This last button selects the way in which the dry signal is passed through the audio chain. The Tap Tempo is fast and relatively accurate, which mostly depends on your own dexterity. AUTO the default state mutes the dry signal when any of the effects are engaged and KILL mutes the original and just leaves the effected sound.