The DMB is calling out to me for some reason. The center depth knob seems like it can provide endless combinations of cool spacey effects. Tell me good/bad/ugly of this pedal, please and thankyou.
The square wave side sounds really fun! I think I'll pick one up for ***** n giggles. I'm actually hoping to make some whacky sounds with it rather than standard delay sounds. I have a Gen5 echo to cover that ground. I want to use it with a more experimental approach. Can't wait. Thanks for the replies.I find the triangle side of the modulation quite usable and rather nice at subtle settings, but does get wacky quick... the square wave side is nuts...
The repeats are very thick and very dark... never have issues with "distortion" per se (or headroom) in my setup, but some white is noise noticeable at times when all else is quiet.
Can get some really nice edge of feedback type sounds... notes smear and boop out in a nice way. There is also a hidden function to cut bass that is a useful tweak that helps extend the repeats before feedback.
Tap tempo is useful to me, but never found a compelling use for the loop other than to make weird noise... the repeats are so dark and lo-fi to being with... theres not allot of spectrum to work with for signal processing.... ha!
I still have it and use it from time to time...
I had a DMB for a while. I had high expectations considering the many features, plus expression pedal control.
Sadly i had to let it go. The repeats had this distorted quality that l just couldnt dial out. It was like delay had no headroom.
And for reference i have a big box DMM & carbon copy so i know what an analog delay is supposed to sound like.
I had no problem with it being dark, just didnt care for its tone. And tbe modulation is totally over the top. There are ver few modulated tones of any real use. All of the mods were too extreme sounding.