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Dynacord

Classic Recording Studio Equipment

Dynacord is a professional audio equipment company that was founded in Germany in 1945. The company started out producing tube amplifiers for public address systems, and quickly gained a reputation for its high-quality designs and reliability.

In the 1950s, Dynacord began producing professional audio equipment for musicians, including guitar and bass amplifiers, mixing consoles, and speakers. The company’s products were known for their high-quality sound and rugged construction, and quickly gained popularity among musicians and audio professionals.

In the 1960s, Dynacord introduced one of its most iconic products, the Echocord tape echo machine. The Echocord was widely regarded as one of the best tape echo machines ever made, and was used by many famous musicians and producers, including Pink Floyd and David Bowie.

Over the years, Dynacord continued to produce a range of high-quality audio equipment, including amplifiers, mixing consoles, speakers, and digital signal processors. The company’s products were known for their reliability and sound quality, and were used in a wide range of applications, from small music venues to large stadiums and arenas.

Today, Dynacord is still known for its range of high-quality audio equipment, and its products are used in a variety of applications, from music production and live sound to public address systems and broadcasting. Despite increased competition in the market for professional audio equipment, Dynacord has remained committed to its legacy of producing innovative and high-quality products, and it continues to be one of the most respected companies in the world of professional audio.

The first point of make clear about the Dynacord DRS 78 is that it is a digital echo and reverb system in a three-rack unit high enclosure. Besides giving a very wide range of reverb and echo effects it produces above all true and absolutely natural reverb effects as they have been obtainable so far only in studios or in cathedrals.
The Dynacord TAM 19 Stereo Multiflanger System was released in 1979 and produces unique flanging effects.
The Dynacord PDD 14 released in 1984, is a studio-grade, programmable Digital Delay designed and manufactured in Germany. Up to eight different sounds can be programmed into the non-volatile memory and accessed directly. There is also the possibility to alter the stored programs without altering the memory contents.
The Dynacord DRP 20 Digital Reverb Processor is without a doubt the most popular digital reverb in the Dynacord range from the 80s period. We have very little information on the Dynacord DRP 20 other than the information below which was translated from a German document. If you have anything in English on this processor, please let us know.
The Dynacord DRP-15 provides numerous varying effects in 100 pre-set programs and 126 freely programmable memory locations. A maximum of six effects can be used in the multi-effects structures at one time.