Monday, September 01, 2008

Me and the A-188-2 part ways

I really wanted to get into the A-188-2 but I just can't. I can't quite figure it out.
I've heard some people make some amazing sounds, crazy feedback, and evolving textures, but I just can't get the hang of it.

If you are looking to pick one up, let me know. Post in the comments or send me an email:
james *dot* cigler *at* gmail *dot* com


stretta said...

Part of the cost/benefit analysis of if I keep a module or not depends on the return per hp. Cases cost money, so the real estate a module consumes should be taken into account.

If a module is going to be that. honkin. big. It should be really, really REALLY awesome.

noisesource said...

I would have to fully, totally, all encompassingly, unequivocally, without a doubt..... agree.

surachai said...

This is one of my favorite modules and in saying so from the beginning, I think recommended it to you. Sorry about that! When I come out to L.A. next month I'll show you how I use mine. This thing is absolutely necessary in horrorscapes and terror.

felix said...

It wasn't 100% you, but you certainly had a hand in it ;)

It's no big deal, I ended up doing a pretty decent trade for some more modules, ones I know I will use a lot more, and I plan on getting the Malekko delay once it's out. Not quite an A-188-2, but I think it's something I would feel more "comfortable" with.

surachai said...

Right. I suppose I should've told you that I hardly use it for its 'delay' capabilities. It modifies audio almost like a phaser and distortion. If you're looking for a proper delay I can stand behind the Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man! You can hold me to that one.