SummaryErica Synths Fusion Box
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MIKU STOMP Pedal
Sing with your guitar! A world-wide first! MIKU STOMP, the new voice sound effect unit. Highlights ・Hatsune Miku sings when you play your guitar! ・A design that fuses the worlds of Hatsune Miku and guitar effects. ・Nearly unlimited possibilities; 11 lyric patterns are provided. ・Lyrics for "Senbonzakura" (a Japanese song) are preset. ・An iPhone app for entering lyrics is available, so you can make MIKU STOMP sing your original lyrics. MIKU STOMP is a compact effect unit for guitar that lets Hatsune Miku sing according to your guitar playing. Just connect your guitar, and Hatsune Miku sings when you play. The vocal synthesis technology at the heart of the sound is eVocaloid™, a vocalzing effect based on Yamaha's next-generation NSX-1 sound engine. Using your guitar to control Hatsune Miku's vocals is an easy way to obtain a richly expressive performance that has a different character than when using step-recording or a keyboard. * MIKU STOMP supports only single notes. Design incorporates an original illustration of Hatsune Miku Source: original KORG premiminary information, 2014.
Delay/echo for T-Rex Engineering guitars, handmade in Denmark. The Replicator is T-Rex Engineering's version of the ultimate tape echo unit, with a motor, magnetic heads and tape cartridge. The aim was to manufacture a tape echo unit that could match the sound quality of the older echo units, but surpass them in terms of features. Size, ease of use and super-fast tape replacement were obvious areas for improvement, but we also introduced tap tempo, two playback heads for three output modes and a chorus mode that modulates the pitch of the echoes. Two expression pedal inputs allow the player to control delay time and real-time feedback for instant synth noise at your feet. The tape cartridge (available separately) can be replaced in seconds, and the circuit's wide range allows you to use this footswitch for line signal processing (keyboards, P.A. aux sends, preamps, etc.) as well. The difference between a super accurate and precise digital echo and the Replicator is that there is a certain unpredictability in the sound of the tape. It has almost a life of its own. And this personality translates into a very natural sound echo that sounds more like an instrument than a sound effect.
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