MATRIXSYNTH: Nemesis delay walkthrough on synth (Part 1)

Saturday, April 15, 2023

Nemesis delay walkthrough on synth (Part 1)

video upload by Richard DeHove

"The Source Audio Nemesis delay belongs to a small group of 'old' stereo delays that have maintained their popularity over years. Why? Because they're good at what they do. This is my second time with the Nemesis, so am very happy to get all these beautiful sounds back again.

Here I give a basic overview of the pedal, blab on at length about its operational philosophy, then go through all 24 engines using the Neuro software editor. Some engines get more love than others in the demo (sorry Tremolo), but at least everyone gets a turn. As usual I bought this pedal with my own money at full price.

TLDL: Sounds great & whatever the knobs are on is what you get

0:00 Ports & knobs
4:42 Why I bought again
6:32 Three ways to play
8:45 Knobs are WYSIWYG
11:20 Bootup mode
12:00 Neuro app intro
12:55 Global options
13:51 Neuro editor overview
20:30 Digital engine
21:32 Diffuse engine
23:24 Analog engine
27:41 Tape engine
29:57 Noise Tape engine
32:44 Degrade engine
35:00 Shifter engine
36:50 Helix enine
38:38 Reverse engine
40:57 Sweeper engine
42:12 Rhythmic engine
43:03 Slapback engine
44:15 Resonant Analog engine
45:52 Tremolo engine
46:08 Sequenced Filters engine
47:13 Dub engine
49:23 Chorused Delay engine
50:26 Flanger Delay engine
51:18 Double Helix engine
51:54 Complex Rhythmic engine
53:30 Lofi Retro engine
54:20 Warped Record engine
54:54 Compound Shifter engine
56:12 Oil Can egine
57:39 Binson Drum Echo - singlehead
58:03 Binson Drum Echo - multihead
59:44 Cloud presets

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