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    Neural multi-effects floor unit




    Neural DSP’s all-new Quad Cortex is the Helsinki-based company’s first step into the hardware scene, and uses machine learning techniques to power the tech company’s unique modelling methods.


    https://guitar.com/news/neural-dsp-q...cts-namm-2020/


    I was waiting for the super late Fractal thing but its taking them so damn long that this become super interesting as well.

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    Man, I wish more companies put metal bars above their screens so the clunkier of us don't ruin our expensive gadgets .

    If it delivers effects shaping like the helix and FX8, it will do decently I bet. If it's rigid enough to stand up to heavy use, it will do even better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by budda View Post
    Man, I wish more companies put metal bars above their screens so the clunkier of us don't ruin our expensive gadgets .

    If it delivers effects shaping like the helix and FX8, it will do decently I bet. If it's rigid enough to stand up to heavy use, it will do even better.
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    I gotta admit that I really like the Neural DSP Plugins so I am a bit interested in this. It will probably be too expensive compared to an Axe fx or Kemper.
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    Well I hope it's around the same price as the HX Stomp... much more and it's on my "Care Less" List

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpexus View Post
    much more and it's on my "Care Less" List
    Prepare to

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegetta View Post
    I gotta admit that I really like the Neural DSP Plugins so I am a bit interested in this. It will probably be too expensive compared to an Axe fx or Kemper.
    Isn't Engage with these guys? It probably will, although I'm sure they have a certificate of authenticity and photographic evidence to demonstrate that the neural network they use was one from Albert Einstein's own brain, just it's in their mom's safe deposit box and it'll be a while before they can get it.
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