Vintage Digital

Klark Teknik

Klark Teknik was founded in 1974 in the UK by brothers Terrence and Philip Clarke. Klark Teknik were responsible for some genuinely innovative products over the years from their initial product, the DN27 graphic equaliser to their DN60 spectrum analyser. During the 1980s they produced a range of digital effects processors including the DN700 delay line and the more commonly known Klark Teknik DN780 digital reverb. The DN780 was a very good reverb and it still commands reasonable money these days. In recent times Klark Teknik was bought by music giant Music Tribe (Behringer) and have started to emulate other older classic audio effects such as the blatant copy of Roland’s Dimension D, the Klark Teknik 3RD Dimension. After this they released copies of the Urie 1176 and Pultec equaliser.

Klark Teknik 3rd Dimension BBD-320

The chorus effect has been a studio mainstay since the ‘80s. With greats such as Brian Eno, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Peter Gabriel and so many more incorporating this effect into their recordings, the chorus has become legendary effect in the music industry.

Klark Teknik DN 7204 Delay + EQ

Klark Teknik offered a broad range og high quality audio processors in the 1980s & 1990s, the Klark Teknik DN 7204 was a combination Delay and EQ. Designed to meet and exceed the needs of the recording, broadcast, installation and live sound industries, the Klark Teknik DN 7204 Programmable Delay Line is a high quality, 2-input, 4-output configurable audio delay line that combines state-of-the-art DSP performance with ease of use.

Klark Teknik DN 780 Digital Reverberator

Often referred to as the poor man’s AMS RMX 16, the Klark Teknik DN 780 is a great reverb in it’s own right, and has maintained a loyal following over the years. The Klark Teknik DN 780 digital Reverb is not simply a reverberation device. The Klark Teknik DN 780 gives the user a unique and flexible means of producing realistic acoustic simulations for environments of all types and sizes.

Klark Teknik DN50 Spring Reverb

The Klark Teknik DN50 Spring Reverb was introduced around the mid seventies, just prior to the launch of digital reverbs.
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