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Re: getting back to basics-troubleshooting

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:30 am
by robertdonithan
stubbsonic wrote:
Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:15 pm
But I think if you want a multi-effect pedal that is also an audio interface, and a drum machine, so you will have to accept some complication-- or expense.

Maybe the Helix LT will take care of effect & audio interface, and something like a BeatBuddy or BeatBuddy Mini would work. That's pretty simple, but not cheap.
Found one on another forum called Hotone..has interface and drumbeats

Re: getting back to basics-troubleshooting

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:49 am
by still_fiddlin
Guess you mean the RAVO MP-10. Looks interesting. I don't see any reviews so you're going to be a trailblazer. Good luck, and post your recordings somewhere soon.

(I have to wonder, is it pronounced "hot - one" or "ho - tone" :lol: )

Re: getting back to basics-troubleshooting

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:05 pm
by stubbsonic
This reminds me of a those entry-level pedals by zoom-- since it's so inexpensive, you will be advised to watch lots of demos before you buy. Just make sure it does what you need. Read the reviews over on Amazon. It gets mostly high ratings. One person said the drum machine was too loud-- had to turn it down to 1 or 2.

I'm listening to a YouTube demo. Sounds pretty decent-- for the price. Not as nice as the MS-100BT or the Pod HD500, but still pretty useable. Nice gritty sounds, not too harsh in the highs.

Re: getting back to basics-troubleshooting

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:58 pm
by Jim_Fogle
I looked at the Hotone Ravo http://www.hotoneaudio.com/products/Rav ... 1/112.html owner's manual.

I'm impressed with the built-in drum machine. I was surprised to learn fully 30 of the 100 drum beats are not 4/4. That's unusual.

Also interesting to note Hotone website says it is distributed in the US by SamsonTech, the same company that use to distribute and repair Zoom products. However, SamsonTech website does not list Hotone products.