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Sony DRE-S777

Sony DRE-S777 Sampling Digital Reverb

The Sony DRE-S777 Sampling Digital Reverb employs a newly developed DSP (Digital Signal Processor) which allows Real Impulse Response processing. It performs high speed, real-time processing, and provides natural reverberations based on actual acoustic spaces such as concert halls.

Sony DPS-V55

Sony DPS-V55 Multi Effects Processor

The Sony DPS-V55 is outfitted with four inputs (and outputs) and can route the input signals in a variety of different ways depending on the chosen effect algorithms and program structures.

Sony DPS-V77

Sony DPS-V77 Multi Effects Processor

The Sony DPS-V77 incorporates both quality preset effects chosen from the DPS-R7/D7/ M7/F7 sound series and a host of exciting newly developed effects that let you go beyond traditional genre classifications.

Sony DPS-F7

Sony DPS-F7 Dynamic Filter Plus

The DPS-F7 Digital Dynamic Filter Plus is a new signal effector using innovations in signal processing based on digital filter technology. The ten types of algorithms create a superior sound environment considerably exceeding the possibilities available through conventional effectors.

Sony DPS-M7

Sony DPS-M7 Sonic Modulator

The DPS-M7 is a digital sonic modulator developed with the wealth of digital and audio technology accumulated over the years by Sony, innovator of the highly acclaimed Digital Reverberator DRE -2000 and MU-R201.

Sony DPS-D7

Sony DPS-D7 Digital Delay

The DPS-D7 is a digital delay unit equipped entirely with Sony’s digital and audio technology at its highest level of sophistication which was released before with the Digital Reverberator, DRE-2000 and MU-R201 and has received much praise.

Sony DPS-R7

Sony DPS-R7 Reverberator

The DPS-R7 is a digital reverberator equipped entirely with Sony’s digital and audio technology at its highest level of sophistication which was released before with the Digital Reverberator, DHE-2000 and MU-R201 and achieved much appraisal.

Sony MU-R201

Sony MU-R201 Stereo Digital Reverb

The Sony MU-R201 came after the ultra expensive Sony DRE-2000 and was the first Sony Reverb to offer true stereo processing. It was something of a sleeper in the west, (big in Japan however) but Roger Nichols was one of it’s few true believers, and used it on everything he mixed including some of the Steely Dan mixes.

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