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Here is a simple Plugin Preset (pst) for Logic 9 users --

 

It's should be placed in the Pedalboard preset folder.

 

To use: the Roland Space Echo was essentially a combination of a wow/flutter'd tape delay with a spring reverb unit - use the controls on the a) Tru-tape Delay pedal (specifically the flutter and dirt) to approximate tone, or age, of tape b) spring reverb for "space". The mixer is set to pan delay and space for a slightly wider "image" - dial those in or out depending on your desired effect in the mix.

SpaceEcho.pst

Logic Pro X 10.2 : iMac 3.5GHz i5-QuadCore-5kRetina : 8GB Ram : Apogee Duet 2 : JBL LSR2325p's : UAD 8.0 : OSX 10.10.5
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Here is a simple Plugin Preset (pst) for Logic 9 users --

 

It's should be placed in the Pedalboard preset folder.

 

To use: the Roland Space Echo was essentially a combination of a wow/flutter'd tape delay with a spring reverb unit - use the controls on the a) Tru-tape Delay pedal (specifically the flutter and dirt) to approximate tone, or age, of tape b) spring reverb for "space". The mixer is set to pan delay and space for a slightly wider "image" - dial those in or out depending on your desired effect in the mix.

:oops: I actually have the real McCoy

 

http://www.seanet.com/~tpaddock/images/re201_open.jpg

Logic Pro X 10.5.1 Mac mini (Late 2012) on Mojave.
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Here is a simple Plugin Preset (pst) for Logic 9 users --

 

It's should be placed in the Pedalboard preset folder.

 

To use: the Roland Space Echo was essentially a combination of a wow/flutter'd tape delay with a spring reverb unit - use the controls on the a) Tru-tape Delay pedal (specifically the flutter and dirt) to approximate tone, or age, of tape b) spring reverb for "space". The mixer is set to pan delay and space for a slightly wider "image" - dial those in or out depending on your desired effect in the mix.

 

hi,

where is the pedal board folder?

thanks.

 

tdog

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Well... it's pretty easy to find - DEPENDING ON WHICH VERSION OF LOGIC YOU ARE USING --

 

For future reference, check the Forum Rules (specifically #5) here:

http://www.logicprohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=29410

 

 

so... are you using Logic Pro 9? If so, it's here:

User > Library > Application Support > Logic > Plug-in Settings > Pedalboard

 

if you are NOT using Logic Pro 9, then you can't use this preset.

Logic Pro X 10.2 : iMac 3.5GHz i5-QuadCore-5kRetina : 8GB Ram : Apogee Duet 2 : JBL LSR2325p's : UAD 8.0 : OSX 10.10.5
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Well... it's pretty easy to find - DEPENDING ON WHICH VERSION OF LOGIC YOU ARE USING --

 

For future reference, check the Forum Rules (specifically #5) here:

http://www.logicprohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=29410

 

 

so... are you using Logic Pro 9? If so, it's here:

User > Library > Application Support > Logic > Plug-in Settings > Pedalboard

 

if you are NOT using Logic Pro 9, then you can't use this preset.

 

hi,

 

thanks for the reply..

i really should read the manual eh....?

 

 

tdog.

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