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  • your favorite digital distortion

    with the majority of the world's focus on capturing antiquated sounds using our grandfathers' technology, i would like to take a moment and hear to your stories of great tone from digital distortion boxs.

     

    in the future people will discuss on great length (at least 5.5) the virtues of cosm and how modern technology can't quite capture that certain something that is brought us in the early aughts.  so lay it on me, which people should i pick up now for $53 so that in the future i can sell it and retire to the caymans...trailer park and above ground pool/waterpark outside of reno.

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  • #2

    A true digital bitcrusher produces sounds pretty unique to anything analog. Not for $50 bucks though. 

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    • Lou Speed's Alt
      Lou Speed's Alt commented
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      I always thought that Boss Digital Metalizer thing seemed interesting (mostly because of the name. I've never heard one.) I guess the actual distortion circuit is analog though. Hope this helps.

  • #3
    Dod digital turbo distortion
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    • willy-b
      willy-b commented
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      well, it's analog, but there was the Mutant Strain H2SO4, that was definitely not 'your grandfathers fuzbox' by a longshot


  • #4

    "great tone from digital distortion boxes"

     

     

     

     . . . best oxymoron i heard in the last 10 years !!!

     

     

    GOOD ONE MATE

     

    :smileylol:

     

     

     

     

     

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    • bieke
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      SirJackdeFuzz wrote:

      "great tone from digital distortion boxes"

       

       

       

       . . . best oxymoron i heard in the last 10 years !!!

       

       

      GOOD ONE MATE

       

      :smileylol:

       

       

       

       

       


      there is this

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      it can produce decent distortion FX

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    • riff ie
      riff ie commented
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      SirJackdeFuzz wrote:

      "great tone from digital distortion boxes"

       

       

       

       . . . best oxymoron i heard in the last 10 years !!!

       

       

      GOOD ONE MATE

       

      :smileylol:

       

       

       

       

       


      aye reiterate...


  • #5
    I haven't used any digital distortions, unless you count some of the settings on the Digitech Space Station. Those are pretty cool.

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    • BAXANDALL
      BAXANDALL commented
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      I've had fun with the early Zoom 505 from the 90's but most people hate it.


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