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arrowReleased: 1996  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 6.7/10arrow User reviews: (3)
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Rodrigo Bertoli Rocha writes:
This is a very simple effect processor It has 16 very useful programs. Most of them are reverbs, and they are: Halls (3 types), Rooms (3 types), Plates (3 types) There are one Chorus, one good Flanger, one (not so good) Delay ,one effect called non-linear (wich is good to use with drums) and one Rotary speaker simulator. There are also 2 combination of chorus/room (that i not use so much) I mainly use the program Room #2, wich is good for almost everything. I you are usin it with vocals, try the Hall #1 . The effects have a little "hiss" noise, but are still very handy. It's a realy cheap unit, very good for beginners.

Good Points
Ease of use. Patch selection and adjusting. It's compact and very portable.
Bad Points
you can only use onne program at time. It could have more effects.

 Alesis Nanoverb Specifications:

Digital IOs:
Analog IOs:
1 stereo in (L/R) + 1 stereo out (L/R) (all 1/4
Midi IOs:
Other IOs:
bypass footswitch jack (1/4
Maximum Resolution:44kHz@18bit
Software supported:
bypass footswitch

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