Sonic State Studio / Effects Units / ELECTRIX Mo-Fx

Average rating: 7.6/10 out of 10

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freesilence a part-timer user from norway writes:
I've got this hooked up to my electrix repeater, and they sure make a nice (synced:) pair. For live-sampling I wouldn't use anything else. The FX are warm and analogue, the delay being my favourite. The distortion is also fat (alltough noisy), and the flanger and tremolo is good for breaks and messing up vocals.

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Sunday, 23-Feb-03 at 8:15
simon f a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
if you get it for 99$ its a good deal. I like the flanger, it sounds verry "flanger" (almost to much). but the best part is the delay, it´s a simulation of the old tape-echos, but I'm missing the tape distortion how comes out of a real tape-echo. realy nice knobs, and the chassi is made in metall, the MO-FX dosent feels like some Yamaha products do.

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 02-Oct-02 at 8:25
caustech a Professional user from usa writes:
well, i dont usually use distortions, tremolos, or flangers on my synths. i do however find this unit useful for adding delay to my nord lead 2. the midi implementation is good, and i like the fact that it is not menu driven. i give it a 6

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Monday, 13-May-02 at 6:15
Shuai a hobbyist user from USA writes:
The Electrix Mo-Fx is great. I too picked it up for 99 dollars from Guitar Center in Virginia Beach (they still have a few electrix mods left as jan 6th 2002). I've looked at the electrix mods a long time ago wonder if they would be a good investment but could bring myself to spend 400 dollars on something I had no idea would sound in my hackjob setup. I finally picked it up and it was perfect, all the effects are analog and i think that's why they push the midi sync capabilities so hard. The best effects are the delay and the tremolo and i really get a lot of use out those two with the midi sync on. The flange is kinda weak but not too weak... i don't like flange all that much either. It's got enough strength to make a little impact on the sound. The noise doesn't bother me. I use it in the studio and the live. I record with it. I like the sound i get with it and I think its incredibly flexible. I like how it's table top and rack mountable and it's got a handy effects send feature that sends the incoming sound before its effected by the mofx. I run sounds from the aux sends on my mixer through distortion pedals to the mofx unit and out the aux sends on the mofx to a kaoss pad. So i have two seperate and different stereo signals to my mixer.

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Monday, 07-Jan-02 at 15:56
Lord D a part-timer user from USA writes:
For $99 it's a great deal. As ffx it's ok, delay is good though, so is the tremolo, distortion is noisy but since i don't use it at all it doesn't bother me. Since it has midi in/out also can be used as midi controller(like kenton's controll freak or phatboy), all knobs and buttons transmit midi data, really usefull with Fruity Loops (3 full). Overall it's not bad, it has it's place in my setup and does exactly what i want

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Monday, 07-Jan-02 at 13:46
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