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Close • Posted by 3 minutes ago. The EQD Rainbow Machine is really common on this sub, and the other two (Red Panda Particle, and Boss PS3) get mentioned a bit too, but are there any others that are similar? I've not seen a video comparing/contrasting any of these either, and very little in forums, but they're discussed so frequently apart from each other. Ease 3. Here are some thoughts about it. Here's my mini-review of the Montreal Assembly Count to 5, of which I received a Revision J model which features a Quantize switch. The EHX Attack Decay has a plethora of unpredictable sounds and the Line 6 Particle algorithm has … Home 5. Glitch stuff like MWFX Judder, Hexe Melusine, Hexe reVOLVER, Montreal Assembly Count to Five, Chase Bliss Blooper/Mood, and other such pedals can be fairly unpredictable.
Results range from radical pitch and delay modulation to shimmering repeats to stutter/glitch sounds. Red Panda Particle Particle is a granular delay/pitch shifting pedal that chops your signal into small grains and then does various strange, trippy, robot things to it, using the techniques of granular synthesis in real time. That leaves the Volca fm to fill out a lot of space. Here are some thoughts about it. Red Panda Raster, EQD Afterneath, Dwarfcraft Pitchgrinder, Fairfield Circuitry stuff, Boss DS-1 Mods. The Korg Volca fm is filling a huge role. Received my Count to 5 pedal. Firn 4. I’m limited to only a few voices for my tabletop set up and the Moog Mother 32 has been holding down any sort of bassline sequence I might need. Red Panda Labs Particle Delay: 10k-50k ohm linear pot will work (Mission ep1) Montreal Assembly Count to Five: Most expression pedals work but it needs to be …
I’m curious... your number one choice should be the one you would keep if you only could have one. Rank these in order of best to less best: Red Panda Tensor, Montreal Assembly Count to Five, Chase Bliss Mood. Room 2. Wave Composed by Christina Ruf & Erik Emil Eskildsen Christina Ruf: Ned Steinberger CR6 Electric Cello, Moog MF Chorus, Red Panda Particle 1, Chase Bliss Audio Mood, Electro-Harmonix Superego Plus, Montreal Assembly Count To Five, TC Electronic Spectracomp, Tech 21 NYC … Rank these in order of best to less best: Red Panda Tensor, Montreal Assembly Count to Five, Chase Bliss Mood. Firmament by Christina Ruf & Erik Emil Eskildsen, released 20 March 2020 1. Anything labeled granular like the Red Panda Particle and I suppose arpeggiators to some extent would fit the bill. Any comments on them appreciated.