Source Audio NAMM Countdown 2015: The Nemesis Delay
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Posted by: Jeffrey McAlack | Posted in: News,
Here it is, the much anticipated Source Audio Nemesis Delay. Months and months of intense research and sweat went into creating this thoroughly satisfying and dangerously powerful pedal. It's got everything that you've come to expect from Source Audio pedals - amazing control and flexibility with a treasure trove of dead-on classic delay tones combined with a ton of daring, never before heard effects. All of them with our signature pristine sound quality.
The Nemesis packs 12 superb delays including sparkling Digital delay, warm and vibrant Analog delay, amazingly realistic Tape effects, as well as wildly animated reverse, octave, and modulating delay effects. The pedal has 4 user presets, stereo ins and outs, Tap Tempo, 5-pin MIDI in, MIDI thru, and expression control. Onboard controls include Time, Feedback, Mix, Modulation Depth, Modulation Rate, and Effect Intensity. And like all the Source Audio One Series pedals, the Nemesis integrates seamlessly with the MIDI controlled Neuro Effects System.
The Nemesis also has a USB port to access its free Neuro Effects Editor software for Mac and Windows, offering an entirely new set of adjustable parameters and allows users to edit, save, and share presets with others in the Nemesis/Neuro community. The pedal is also compatible with the Neuro App for iOS and Android that allows users to easily edit, download, and share presets anytime, anywhere.
This amazing new delay pedal should be available in December 2015, but we put together a quick demo video to give you a small taste of the many possiblities this monstrous delay offers. Enjoy...
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- Source Audio Introduces the Ventris Reverb at Winter NAMM 2017
- Sound On Sound Magazine Reviews the Nemesis Delay
- Understanding the Neuro App Sound Editor for the LA Lady, Kingmaker, and AfterShock.
- Premier Guitar Magazine Honors the Nemesis Delay with Their Premier Gear Award
- David Gilmour Returns To Pompeii With The Source Audio Programmable EQ