MO-FX is unique in its ease-of-use and its focus on directly affecting a range of input signals from turntables to CD’s to Synthesizers. MO-FX combines four powerful digital signal processing modules with an innovative multiband signal bus approach to create unique, performance oriented effects. There are no menus to navigate, multi-function buttons to cross reference, nor cryptic procedures to follow.
Here's my set-up... Here's the list: Access Virus TI2 Arturia Origin Novation Nova Laptop Creamware Prodyssey JoMoX XBASE 999 Future Retro 777 Waldorf XTk Waldorf Q Yamaha S90ES Moog Minimoog D (not really pictured) Novation D Station (yes they DO exist!) Touched By Sound ACM2 Roland EF-303 Electrix Filter Queen Electrix EQ Killer Electrix Filter Factory Electrix MO-FX (2) Electrix Warp Factory I hope you like!!!
Can't tell if you're joking, but the Electrix MoFX is a 16-bit *DIGITAL* effects unit.
Check out Electrix products which are built like a tank and will work fine for the next thousand years or so: Mo-FX FilterFactory WarpFactory C9YpIJijczE eQ4ovtspsNM 4mbTy6k-9h0 Then there's the old Ensoniq DP/4 and DP/2. If that doesn't do it for you, I suggest what many others have said before: try guitar pedals. Chain them together and you'll get cool sounds.
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