Echo Fix EF-X3 Chorus Echo In-Depth Review

In his latest Loopop video, synthesist Ziv Eliraz offers an in-depth review of the Echo Fix EF-X3 Chorus Echo.

“It’s the only 4 playhead tape echo in production,” notes Eliraz. “What really interested me about it was that it has separate outputs for each tape head, making it, to my knowledge, the only stereo tape echo – and quad if you use all the outputs.”

The EF-X3 Table Top Chorus Echo is 100% analog, featuring tape delay, an analog BBD chorus & analog spring reverb.

Topics covered:

0:00 Intro
1:50 Overview
3:00 I/O & CV
3:40 Pre-amp
4:15 Tape echo
7:55 Stereo plus
9:10 Chorus
10:10 Reverb
11:05 Pros & cons
14:25 Outro track

Pricing and Availability:

The EF-X3 Table Top Chorus Echo is available now, in several versions, from Echo Fix and via Perfect Circuit and other partners.

4 thoughts on “Echo Fix EF-X3 Chorus Echo In-Depth Review

    1. What else can he do?
      When reviewing a synth next time maybe he can do a really slow filter sweep with his two big toes?
      Put straws in his mouth and use them to mash at some keys?
      I mean, I would actually like to see that, but I don’t think it’s happening anytime soon.

  1. Always good to see a detailed and informative review, as is always the case with Loopop.
    Probably not a machine for me, it’s a bit pricey for me, but at least I have a good idea of what it does now.

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