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Source Audio Collider Stereo Delay+Reverb Pedal Demo

Discussion in 'Effects Pedals, Strings and more' started by Louis, Oct 10, 2019.

  1. Louis

    Louis Gold Member

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    I'm not a pedal guy but this one is really tempting and looks really well built !
    Hope this hasn't been posted before .

     
  2. KoskineN

    KoskineN Gold Member

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    I'm super interested by this one. I already got the Nemesis, but for what I use, the Collider could replace both my Nemesis dans Strymon Flint.
     
  3. Louis

    Louis Gold Member

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    Think they are ahead with this one and will certainly hit a home run !
     
  4. mhammer

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    Saw the demo video the other day, and it looks like a decent pedal. Combination reverb/delay pedals seem to be all the rage.
     
  5. player99

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    Reverb is technically a type of delay?
     
  6. Louis

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    Another nice demo ,..........great sounds with bass also!
     
  7. mhammer

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    Then I'll correct what I said as "reverb/echo" pedals. True, reverb is a form of delay. It just doesn't provide discretely audible repeats.
     
  8. player99

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    I was thinking about making the unit work as a combo. Would it not be easier to pair reverb + delay than reverb and a completely different effect?
     
  9. Louis

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  10. mhammer

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    I suspect that, once we're into digital reverb, all bets are off. For instance, so-called "shimmer" effects lend themselves nicely to various forms of modulation, like chorus, flanging, or phasing. If it was only spring or plate reverb, then yes, I suppose that sort of reverb, paired with a Memory Man type delay, would be a no-brainer. But what gets lumped under the banner of reverb these days is so expansive, that one could easily imagine all manner of pairings.
     
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