ART Multiverb LT
Added: 15-Jan-03 | Author: admin
New price: about £299 (??) | S/H price: £60-100 quid
ART Multiverb LTJust adding it to the listings - ART (Applied Research & Technology) which appeared from the ashes of MXR in 1984, released lot's of cheap multi-fx units in the mid/late 80's and 90's attacking the budget studio market aggressively to offer competition to the likes of Alesis etc, and here's one of them from around the early 90's I believe.
You can pick these up cheap in the free-ad's & they are supposed to be actualy VERY good for some of the preset delay-based FX such as the doubler, flanginging, delays etc and the 'verbs are ok too so they say - hey c'mon, it's cheap but it's spawned from MXR company people remember who did great delays etc...
This from the A.R.T website history page:
Audio Engineers at ART have been developing products for the music industry for over 25 years. Remember the original MXR Phase 90? That was an ART engineer!
Remember the original MXR Flanger (the Eddie Van Halen sound!)? That was an ART Engineer!
Remember the MXR 175 Rackmount Delay (the one guitar virtuoso Eric Johnson uses)? That was an ART Engineer!
The Multiverb LT is a 16 bit processing unit doing reverbs and other time-delay FX such as chorus, flanging, gates, stereo imaging, delays & some multi programs. It's NOT programmable apparently so you tweak it via a few front panel controls which alter basic parameters for the presets - It has also a bypass button, and a footswitch jack is included along with a mix control and it has basic midi control for some parameters.
To reset factory presets: No reset, remove battery for over 5 hours.
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