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The Multi Echo puts together eight of their most popular delay based effects. At your command will be Automatic Double Tracking, Chorus, Tape Echo with Dynamic Modulation, Analog Delay and Subdivided Digital Delay, as well as Room, Chamber with Distortion, and Hall Reverb with Shimmer! Do you need something simple to use? It’s gotta be small and pack a wide range of tones? The Keeley Multi Echo is just the tool. It’s simple. It is only one effect at a time. Chorus or Echo or Reverb. Each algorithm was selected to offer you the best of what Keeley offers, as well as creative twists on each of the familiar patterns.
The Multi Echo features a wide range Keeley True-Chorus Double Tracker. The Vintage ADT has variable Rate and Depth like an old reel-to-reel tape deck. The Modern ADT features a tone control, so you can control the sound of the voices in your chorus. It’s like a Big Muff tone control. The center point is a notch-cut for haunting mids.
The Tape Delay has a wide-ranging tone control that allows you to filter the sound of the echoes. You can simulate an old worn out deck, or make bright carbon copies of your tone. The Analog Delay has Dynamic Modulation. Play hard and you set a wave in motion. Listen as the pitch trembles. Hauntingly ethereal. Eight different Subdivisions fill out the Modern Delay. They’ve included very popular ones, as well as some of the rarer subdivisions. When you get a hold of all of them, send us your video of you playing the Keeley Multi Echo!
A new Room Reverb with Distortion Control hints at their upcoming Gold Star reverb. It’s a Phil Spector inspired reverb that tries to capture many of his sounds and crazy ideas! Imagine a room so packed with musicians and sound that you get what he called “room compression.” Imagine so much sound your ears distort. “Small Room Distortion” they call it. Creatively add distorts to your reflections! Add your favorite dirt box to this and you have something incredibly musical. Crash and Burn endings to songs will never be the same again. Their famous Abbey Chamber Verb with a new resonant point at 2 kHz. And lastly, a Hall Reverb for super long, ambient sounds with a very faint hint of shimmer.