Electrix MO-FX: Electrix» multi effect rackmount unit». The Electrix Mo FX is a digital multi effects unit. The effects it includes are distortion, flange, tremolo and delay. The effects can be used singularly or they can be. Electrix audio processors all share a very distinctive look, like a cross Electrix has broken some interesting ground with the Mo-FX ($).

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My favorite effect is the delay, as it is easy to get a variety of delay sounds from it.

Electrix Mo-fx Time Synchronized Effects Processor Filter – MOFX S27187

The repeats can get extremely quick and almost crazy sounding. While at first it seemed like a crazy noise-box, I have now learned that it can also do all the things a DJM or EFX can do, and sound eletcrix as well. The Tap Tempo is fast and relatively accurate, which mostly depends on your own dexterity.

This arrangement is useful for rhythmically tapping an effect in or out of a track. But you fell into nine 5-boy! You can get a sound anywhere from short, subtle delay to a beautiful, wide, cavernous one. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Log in Become a member. If a sound is electrlx through mo-cx DELAY block while you adjust the SPEED control the sound slurps about slowing down and speeding up for a few seconds while the electronics emulate adjusting to a new speed setting.

This is a fair approximation of an analogue delay line but it actually sounds more like a cross between a tape delay mp-fx an analogue delay, depending on how fast or far you adjust the control, still an interesting effect though. Other uses would be to isolate and effect only certain frequencies, for example: When set to Thru the original signal is sent to the outputs unaffected, regardless of the Engage or Momentary buttons.


Electrix Mo-Fx user reviews and opinions

Effects studio machine I mostly used with MPC carrment height, grain and gives some heat lamps near the amps. Did you find this review helpful? Many multi-effects units have a preset signal path configured to run their effects in series from one block to the next.

Power switch on rear. I believe the connections are XLR and the unit is rackable.

User reviews: Electrix Mo-FX – Audiofanzine

All analogue effects make this machine sound worlds better than the digital Pioneer EFX unit. I add only that there is a selector band hi-mid-low for each electix with seven possible combinations and the tremolo to auto-pan. The quality of the flanger is unquestionable, very clean and digital sounding with no weird artifacts. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. Basically everything does what it is supposed to do and it does it well and reliably.

Only basic level metering. The flange is over-powerful, distortion super hot, I do not use the tremolo a lot, but appear different to resort loop battery there’s no better.

But it is going very well, it is easy to use! Nikos said lowest he has other effects, but numerical, or it is too! The effects can be used singularly or they can be mixed and matched together. Log in Become a member. The distortion ranges from a muted overdrive to full blown grunge and although it can sound a little rough around the edges it can be a fairly usefull effect with the right material and in the right situation.


Multi effects rack or flat: If you are looking to expand and get some time based effects that are not in plug in form, this is a great model to get started with. The effects it includes are distortion, flange, tremolo and delay.

You can get a sound anywhere from short, subtle delay to a beautiful, wide, cavernous one. The effects work pretty much as they should and sound great with just about anything you might want to throw at it: Not immediately as user friendly as the Pioneer stuff, but way better and more original sounding.

MIDI in, out and thru, left and right audio input and outputs on both standard balanced jacks and phonos, plus left and right effect insert sockets. Uh ha diskan the kan is one way to sing two one after another, like a y’en that says “trannalinalalano” and the second response “tranalalaleno” That’s good for raving but basically it’s almost a sampler of a sentence, you push the button at the bottom regen, you send what you want in it and it keeps on turning, terrible I tell you!