MATRIXSYNTH: BOSS Dimension C (DC-2w) + Novation Ultranova | quick test

Saturday, September 21, 2019

BOSS Dimension C (DC-2w) + Novation Ultranova | quick test

Published on Sep 21, 2019 sprunging for voltage

"Hello and thanks for stopping by!

This is a very simple sound test of the Novation Ultranova through the BOSS DC-2w Dimension C pedal.

The Ultranova patch is a simple "brass" type sound, which is being sequenced by an Arturia Keystep.

The DC-2w is definitely a pedal to own if you can afford to throw a some money at one. It sounds good with pretty much anything you put through it.

I do not plan to regularly make videos specific to any one pedal, but the occasional pedal video may happen, and I felt this pedal warranted a couple of example videos. I did recently acquire the Plumes by Earthquaker Devices, and it too is lovely. So who knows. Maybe a noisy, over-driven synthing demo will come along at some point. Or I might run some drum machines through it. The Plumes can really get some good crunch on...

With that said, I appreciate you checking out this video. Maybe gently press that Like button, and politely administer some pressure to the Subscribe button, and it's accompanying Bell. But hey, that's up to you. I thank you regardless. Have a lovely synthesizer-filled day.


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