Despite the vast amounts of music recoded on computers, tablets, and phones, the allure of analog recording persists. In recent years there has been a proliferation of audio processors that attempt to emulate the qualities of vintage recordings.
In this vein, Electro Harmonix’s Analogizer is a versatile and compact pedal intended to thicken and and enhance guitar tones. Particularly if you record with DI instruments and digital effects (digital delay/reverbs/EQs etc.), placing the Analogizer at the end of your chain will help to define color and clarity in sound.
The Analogizer has four controls: Volume, Blend, Gain, and Spread. Volume is a nearly transparent trim that controls the master output of the pedal, allowing the pedal to function as a boost or at unity level.
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