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284 - Trails, MIDI and Neural link in guitar gear

284 - Trails, MIDI and Neural link in guitar gear

Update: 2019-11-25
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Brian and Blake are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone podcast.

On some delay/reverb pedal it is not uncommon to lose the trail effect when you switch the pedal off. This raised the question why do delay/reverb pedals need a buffered bypass for trails? Brian gives some insight into what is really going on.

Musical Instrument Digital Interface, or MIDI, is a versatile tool that has been around for some time. Blake dove in to learning what it can do and is amazed by the depths of control that MIDI brings and what it can do for the guitar gear world. The guys talk about it.

Neural link technology, “they” are listening, and Brian tries not to burn his house down.  It’s all in this week’s episode of the Chasing Tone podcast.

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284 - Trails, MIDI and Neural link in guitar gear

284 - Trails, MIDI and Neural link in guitar gear

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