Dynacord Tape Echo Heaven
Life is analog.... so is sound
About Me It all started with seeing a Roland space echo. Totally fascinated by the device and the name. "What kind of device is this?" Then I bought one in a badly damaged state and slowly brought it back to life. I love the sound, the feedback and the self-resonance that they often use in Reggae / Dub. I now have every kind of echo device in my studio. From digital to bucket brigade and everything in between. One day I came across a Dynacord echocord mini and saw the slider on the front and thought "what can you do with it?" You are no longer tied to fixed echo times, how beautiful is that! Then I bought an Echocord mini and was immediately sold. The time slings that you can make with the slider are phenomenal and very inspiring. The sound is floating and the self-oscillation on the feedback has a somewhat aggressive edge that, for example, a Roland space echo does not have. A year later bought a Super76 that has a spring reverb and the motor is 2 speed with which you have even more echo times. The echo times are also a bit longer and he sounds a bit smoother. This is my tape echo and gradually  done a repair for a studio friend. That's how it all got started. Also making the rubber pinchrollers, the plastic conductors, recapping and upgrading of more modern transistors. I have not yet been able to discover the organic and floating tape sound with a lot of character in other types of echoes. It is precisely the "shortcomings" and the not so "tight sound" of digital that makes it lively and unpredictable .... just like life! 
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Life is analog.... so is sound   
About Me It all started with seeing a Roland space echo. Totally fascinated by the device and the name. "What kind of device is this?" Then I bought one in a badly damaged state and slowly brought it back to life. I love the sound, the feedback and the self- resonance that they often use in Reggae / Dub. I now have every kind of echo device in my studio. From digital to bucket brigade and everything in between. One day I came across a Dynacord echocord mini and saw the slider on the front and thought "what can you do with it?" You are no longer tied to fixed echo times, how beautiful is that! Then I bought an Echocord mini and was immediately sold. The time slings that you can make with the slider are phenomenal and very inspiring. The sound is floating and the self-oscillation on the feedback has a somewhat aggressive edge that, for example, a Roland space echo does not have. A year later bought a Super76 that has a spring reverb and the motor is 2 speed with which you have even more echo times. The echo times are also a bit longer and he sounds a bit smoother. This is my tape echo and gradually  done a repair for a studio friend. That's how it all got started. Also making the rubber pinchrollers, the plastic conductors, recapping and upgrading of more modern transistors. I have not yet been able to discover the organic and floating tape sound with a lot of character in other types of echoes. It is precisely the "shortcomings" and the not so "tight sound" of digital that makes it lively and unpredictable .... just like life!