If you setting up a studio or are on a tour around concert venues then rack mounted guitar effects units, amplifiers and signal processors are a must. Check out the complete range of rack mounted guitar effects units and music processors from quality suppliers like behringer, dbx, lexicon and more. We have set up the web site with links to the best rack mounted music processors and effects units available online so you can check out the best prices and make some great savings on your musical instrument gear. These are listed below from various manufacturers and suppliers.
By using the links you can review the available suppliers, compare deals and hopefully save some money. Use the links below to review our range of Rack Mounted Music Processing and Effects Units. These high quality units are used in studios around the world and by bands touring.
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We have listed below rack mounted music processors and effects units from global companies producing high quality rack mounted music processors and effects units like Lexicon, Behringer, DBX and Roland.
- DBX 223XS Stereo / Mono Crossover Unit
- DBX 234XS Stereo Mono Crossover Unit
- DBX AFS2 Advance Feedback Suppression Processor
- DBX DriveRack PA2 Loud Speaker Management System
- Behringer FBQ6200 Ultragraph Pro 31 Band Stereo Graphic Equalizer
- Behringer Ultragraph Pro FBQ3102HD Equalizer
- Behringer PX3000 Ultrapatch Pro Patchbay
- DBX 231S Dual 31 Band Constant Q Graphic EQ
- DBX 266XS Dual Compressor, Limiter and Noise Gate
- DBX 166XS Compressor, Limiter and Noise Gate
- Lexicon MX300 Stereo Multi-Effects Processor
- Lexicon MX400 Multi-Effects Processor
- Lexicon MX200 Stereo Multi-Effect Processor
- Behringer Ultragraph Pro FBQ1502HD Equalizer
- Peavey Dual Deltafex : Digital Effects Processor
- Tascam TA-1VP Multi-Effects Processor
- Behringer FX2000 Virtualizer 3D Multi Effects Processor
Rack Mounted Effects and Processors Explained
Rack-mounted guitar effects and music processor units are designed to be installed in standard 19-inch rack units. These high quality units are used in studios around the world and by bands touring. Each rack mounted guitar effect unit is designed to occupy either 1, 2 or 3 of the rack units within the cabinet. By stacking various units together it make it easy to connect up and move the units (for live concerts and touring). The rack unit can contain effects units, music processors, recording modules and even amplifiers. Rack-mounted units are housed in a road case, a tough plastic case with removable front and rear covers that can be latched on during transportation to protect the knobs and switches and then removed during use. Popular brands that make rack mounted effects units and rack mounted music processors include global companies producing high quality equipment which also can be found in recording studios. Check out Lexicon rack mount units, Behringer rack effects units, DBX rack processors, Peavey rack effects processor, Roland rack effects and Tascam rack effects.
A typical rack mounted effect is the Eventide HE3000 Ultra-Harmonizer which is a multi-purpose programmable, digital audio signal processor. The H3000 is capable of creating effects ranging from full stereo pitch changes, delays, reverbs, and more.
Rack mounts are most commonly used in recording studios however these are now becoming increasingly popular with professional musicians who play electric bass, electric guitar, or synthesizers to replace stomp-boxes. The rack mounted effects can be programmed and then linked by a foot controller on stage to allow the musician to switch between multiple effect setups. With one switch the musician can select a complete effect package for the track being played.
By setting up effects in a rack-mounted road case the process of setting up and shutting down a performance is greatly accelerated due to the fact that all of the effects can be connected together with patch cords (which can be left connected permanently) and all of the units can be plugged into a power bar. This means that a musician only needs to plug in the main power bar into AC Mains power and plug their instrument into the rack, and the last effect unit’s output into their instrument amplifier and/or the PA system.