The M2000 provides you with a broad palette of high quality effects enabling you to create magical effects. The true dual engine configuration allows you to run two full-blown effects simultaneously, i.e. on two individual effects sends. The effects have been developed for optimal sonic quality with no compromises made. This has only been possible because our engineers succeeded in combining the latest technology with TC's powerful DARC chip.
The user-friendly TC feature, the Recall Wizard, instantly finds the preset that suits your need in any situation. You simply enter your preferences, such as gentle reverb for vocal, or extra pitch for guitar and the Wizard serves you a short list of presets ready to compare and use.
The M2000 gives you access to a stunning array of Reverb, Pitch-shifting, Delays, Chorus, Dynamics etc. Among the included reverbs youll find the unique Co-efficient Optimized Room Emulator or C.O.R.E. Reverb based upon TCs famous reverberation Technology.
Another unique feature in the M2000 is the Dynamic Morphing. This function enables you to apply e.g. Chorus to a vocal at low volume levels, while the same effect is being morphed into flanging at high levels giving the signal a totally new dynamic dimension.
The M2000 is fully prepared for the digital age with Digital I/O connectors, S/PDIF and the professional format AES/EBU. However, specifications never tell the whole story. What really matters is how your final mix sounds. This is where TCs long experience and know-how in high-end studio signal processing becomes important.
- A fantastic entry level effects engine Review by IofHorace
Value Quality Features
It has many features that are well beyond its price range.
The effects sound clean and natural and the addition of a memory card slot expands its usability.
You can choose simple mode 'go' with access to just the basic parameters or the in depth 'pro' mode which you can fully arrange and edit all available parameters.
Very user friendly interface and overall this unit is on par with the more expensive PCM80 - especially for the entry level studio. (Posted on 6/6/2012)