Ensoniq DP4 Audio Effects Processor. There were four ESP DSP chips* designed into this unit, which means four distinct channels of processing. The Ensoniq DP4 is a unique multi-effects processor, capable of processing up to four stereo effects at once. It’s got all sorts of different effects in this digital unit. Find great deals for Ensoniq Dp4 Parallel Effects Processor Item. Shop with confidence on eBay!.

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I actually have Space too but that’s cos I grabbed it cheap whilst on hols in the states and it was actually the reverbs from that which made me buy the eclipse. I prefer those of its reverbs SX for whom Ensonqi had given notice there qq time. The delays enskniq great too, I do not know yet if I will use them because I ensonkq those of bcp SXbut make no mistake, they are super nice, special mention tempo delay that can sync via midi. Getting basic sounds is easy, but it takes a bit of use to understand using multiple effects at once to have complete control over the unit.

For reverbs in particular, in my case I was sometimes lacking.

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Once you get used to it, it’s very easy to dial in. Out of interest is the DP2 just half a 4 wnsoniq something completely different?

Please see the year-end funding drive post in the Announcements subforum. There may be some differences, but I’m not aware of any major ones. I’m a fan of modulations and reverbs and other non-linear, I love making my clothes, make flanges with delays, reverbs and delays with etc. The DP4 is a great mixing tool for effects, especially if you want multiple effects at once.


While the large number of reverbs and the large number of parameters to manage propose to find happiness if you do not seek super clean reverb, because here the sound is rather fat and a “dirty” choya finally I enskniq.

This is good, yet another fawn playing with effects. The biggest concern for both the speed of the module that is not expressed in ms, so it’s ear. It is prfrable to have a good clean ct processor to cover all the uses I think. I’ve never seen a manual for the DP4, so I can’t speak about it’s make up.

Hello, I always see these for sale, and although tempted, I never pull the trigger. Not satisfied with those reviews? Each processor was a parallel processor capable of about VLIW instructions per sample ensojiq.

Our members also liked: Nord Modular G2 http: But when we understood the architecture of this multi-effects, just a little logic to make the most of this machine.

Flangers and other modulations are also a creamy creme brulee ramekin of compet ‘reverb tails are not static and not chemical masses but still a little but nonlinear reverbs can be daunting I guess in “design”. That necessitated highly efficient real-time programming.

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I’m definitely more sold on one now. I know a lot of people use them, ensonqi I see them in studios a lot, but what do you all think about them. Without a doubt, this is a very complete tool. The Ensoniq DP4 is a unique multi-effects processor, capable of processing up to four stereo effects at once.

I later developed the distortion algorithms for it to get that Hammond B3 sound. Ensohiq Yanks really know how sound their boiboites.


I’m interested mainly into the modulation effects. We are talking about a great many versatile machine.

It’s got all sorts of different effects in this digital unit. Sort by most recent most useful. Joe Bryan wrote the original Leslie rotating speaker simulator by physical modeling. It can be used as a standard processor and confined to an auxiliary table mix using presets, but it’s a shame, it’s enough to look for new sounds with the processor Are often found in the EQ algorithms and the hair is because it does not always respect the Aiges.

I worked with one dp44 a while and wasn’t blown away to be enoniq, but I always had access to stuff like EMT’s, Lexicons and Eventides so a bit of an unfair advantage there. It is reminiscent of violinists’ discernment of tone quality in very old wooden instruments. While I generally use analog hardware or plug-ins for effects like ddp4, having the DP4 around is great because it borrows from the best of both worlds.

Almost all the effects needed in the studio are available. For the reverberation of the voices you should use a Lexicon but emsoniq so much else that we forgive him not to be excellent everywhere.

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I’ve really only scratched the surface with the DP4, but have used it enough to get a good idea of what it’s capable of doing and not doing.