MESSE:TC Electronic M-One XL ...

It's Alive! - and shipping!      08/03/02
TC Electronic is shipping the new M-One XL Dual Effects Processor - an enhanced version of the classic M-ONE processor targeted specifically towards the live sound market.
"The M-ONE XL has been received overwhelmingly well by both the press and the market in general, and has proved to be exactly the success we expected it to be," says VP of Sales &Marketing, Mads Peter L├╝beck.
Mads continues:" The XL Reverb technology benefits from the TC Reverb heritage and takes advantage of both complex Early reflection patterns and dense Reverb decays in order to bring more natural reverbs to all applications." The M-ONE XL Dual Effects Processor offers several features over the M-ONE, including new algorithms and an additional 100 internal ROM presets optimized for live applications. XLR analog I/O connectors are provided for fast, reliable and simple connectivity in the live sound environment. Also included are Ping-Pong Delay, additional Reverb size tunability, Tremolo Pitch, and numerous user interface enhancements. The M-ONE XL offers some of TC Electronic's most coveted algorithms including enhanced reverbs based on all new research - plus Delay, Dynamics, Pitch and classic "golden ratio" Chorus and Tremolo. There are a total of 25 different algorithms in all, accessible via a fast, simple and intuitive user interface. 200 Factory ROM presets and 100 user RAM preset locations are provided. The M-One hardware consists of full resolution 24 bit A/D and D/A converters with 24 bit internal processing driven by a powerful 100 million instruction per second DSP engine. A S/PDIF digital I/O is also included for a pure all digital, 24-bit signal path supporting both 44.1K and 48K rates.
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