• 809 NEPEAN HIGHWAY, BRIGHTON EAST
  • Mon - Fri: 10:00 to 5:30
  • Sat: 10:00 to 5:00

809 NEPEAN HIGHWAY, BRIGHTON EAST

  • Mon - Fri: 10:00 to 5:30
  • Sat: 10:00 to 5:00

Death By Audio Echo Master Vocal Delay

  • Death By Audio Echo Master Vocal Delay
Death By Audio Echo Master Vocal Delay

The ECHO MASTER is a noisy lo-fi echo that makes your vocals blast through with awesomeness like never before. Imagine vintage tape delay at the tip of your voice fingers. Other vocal delay/echo units on the market sound crystal clear and can be good for some performers but we were going for something with massive character. The ECHO MASTER has that awesome gritty wicked sound you've grown to love. It's Otis Red-dog, it's John Lenton and Paul McDonalds, it's that gooey goodness that you used to only be able to achieve in the studio, now you can take it on the road. Push your vocal sound even further using the included 1/4" effects loop. Patch any of your pedals in to unlock virtually any sound you can imagine. The sky's the limit. Metallic slapbacks, strange drones, beautiful reverb decay, robots, surfin with aliens, surfin' birds, Franky Teardrop, Instant Karma, Just Like Honey, Souvlaki Space Station, God Only Knows, Gimmie Danger, You Really Got Me, and now, yes, you can do it in the road.

 

"The most dangerous pedal in the world" -every sound guy everywhere

height ................ 70 mm
width ................. 154 mm
depth ................. 83 mm
weight ............... 26 oz
current draw .... 22 mA

This vocal unit includes matched Bourns transformers on the input and output of hi quality Neutrik XLR jacks. The effects loop allows you to connect any additional effects to your voice to make this a universal tool for making vocals sound great live. The Send jack can also function as a 'clean' out to split your signal to both delay and natural signals.

The Echo Master is a very dark, analog tape sounding delay unit, with some noise and unlimited possibilities.

The Feedback control is very precise, allowing intense repeats to build past unity. This can create loud and beautifully dynamic effects.

Time controls the interval between repeats. The signal can degrade and create noise and distortion at longer delay times, as your sound gets pulled further and further apart.