In this video, synthesist Federico Chiesa (OoraMusic) shares his take on the Echo Fix EF-X3, a modern tape echo machine that builds on the tradition of vintage effects like the Roland Space Echo.
The EF-X3, at its core, is a analog hardware tape delay. But it goes beyond old-school tape delays, with additional controls and options. Features include stereo ping pong delays from a mono source, analog BBD Chorus, Analog Spring Reverb, CV control and more.
Chiesa calls the EF-X3 “the best tape echo you can buy”. Check out the review, and share your thoughts on the Echo Fix EF-X3 in the comments!
07:15 Cv control
10:50 Different modes
19:00 As a reverb / chorus only effect
20:40 How the stereo panning make this thing amazing
22:40 Compared to the Space Echo
26:00 Example 1 : with Machinedrum // Dub
29:40 Example 2 : with Vermona Perfourmer and Make Noise 0-Control// Experimental, Melodic
34:30 Example 3 : As an Aux Send
See the Echo Fix site for details.