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PostPosted: Sat Jun 03, 2017 3:02 pm    Post subject:  Good analog effects modules
Subject description: Beginner musician looking for good analog effects modules
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I'm looking to start an industrial/psych/modern classical music project soon involving using turntable skills on LPs of classical music, playing electric bass, and contact-mic-ed viola playing.



I am looking for a combination of modules which will give me:

the ability to control the modules with 2 expression pedals or possibly other hands-free methods,
looping and/or delay,
at least 2 different CV-controlled sound effects to apply to audio sources (mostly viola) (this could include stereo panning),
a mixer,
some interesting LFOs.



It doesn't matter precisely what the sound effects are, just as long as I can make some f****d-up sounds with them. Good analog delay modules would be great. Looking for something more complex than just a filter, though.



It would be best if the modules were (in order of importance):

on the cheaper end,
analog (though digital granular synthesis modules, bit-crusher, or pitch-shifted delay effects would be cool),
made by the same company.



A looper module (if such a thing exists) would most probably be digital, but I'm looking for advice on where to get a good one of those in addition to the other stuff. A normal looper pedal would probably be just fine, but I'm looking for other suggestions

I will appreciate any and all suggestions on good modules to get to fulfill these specifications. Module size is no issue.

Thanks!

P.S. I'd also really appreciate some suggestions for a good amplifier which would let me plug in audio cable from a contact mic and have that go in to the system as an audio signal.
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