How do FV-1 effects compare to an Eventide H9? Has anyone done an A/B comparison with similar algorithms?
The Eventide is far more powerful than the FV-1. This doesn't necessarily equate to better quality, but it would be capable of much more going on at the same time (more complex algorithms / simultaneous effects to achieve a particular sound)...How do FV-1 effects compare to an Eventide H9? Has anyone done an A/B comparison with similar algorithms?
So I'm not sure how diy friendly this is going to be, but this looks like something that is trying to be a more powerful (albeit more complicated and more expensive) version of an fv-1. Maybe someday I'll be smart enough to figure this kind of stuff outthe FV-1 was developed in part to serve a DIY market. one of the men who was a driving force behind its development, Keith Barr, passed away in 2010, at a point where at least some preliminary work was being done on a next gen chip. Having a chip that old still drive a lot of pedals, including new designs, is remarkable. Here is a link that tells a bit more about Keith Barr and includes links within it to some more information about the FV-1: https://valhalladsp.com/2010/08/25/rip-keith-barr/
As far as I know, nothing comparable for a one-chip device using the updated processing power and memory is in development for the DIY market.