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AMS changed the face of the recording industry when they released their 1580 digital delay in the late 1970s. Unlike most, if not all, other digital delay, the 1580 has a softness at the top end that is similar to classic tape delays. The 1580 was followed in the early 1980s by the stereo version – the 1580S – which offered harmonising (pitch shift) and sampling options. A decade of development ended with the amazing DMX1580S, the final version of this classic unit.
AMS are also known for the RMX16 digital reverb, a mainstay of professional studios and productions in the 1980s and once more back in vogue, offering as it does a range of high quality algorithms in a handy 2U package. Sadly the remote controls and ‘pen’ editor leave a lot to be desired, but unlike some mainframe reverbs, are options rather than necessities.
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