The legendary warm delay of the Memory Man”now with Hazarai.
Electro-Harmonix' Stereo Memory Man Delay pedal is a multi-tap delay, it's an echo, it's a reverse echo, it's a performance looper with tap tempo, and it's programmable... it's got al...
"Tony Levin’s bass and Chapman Stick rig is equally impressive, as he has a tasty pedalboard featuring top–of–the–line mass production delays like the Boss DD–500 and the Electro–Harmonix Stereo Memory Man w/ Hazarai, as well as choice boutique picks like the 3Leaf Audio Octave and Analogman Bi–Compressor. Levin also employs two Kemper Profilers."more
An Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai is listed as part of Adam's guitar arsenal in [this Premier Guitar interview](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/20889-the-war-on-drugs-driving-music-for-the-american-dreamscape?page=2). While the list does not say "with Hazarai" we can assume it is this one since the other option would be "Deluxe" which was not stated.more
In the bottom right hand corner of this image (top left in reference to the board) we can see Electro-Harmonix's Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai. Confirmation of this being Russell's board can be found [here](http://cdn.pastemagazine.com/www/blogs/1000words/2011/09/26/P1012322.jpg).more
"Kerry tracks four layers, tracking each rhythm twice and giving the same treatment for the leads. For these sessions, Kerry is playing his Les Paul. His pedal board consists of a Memory Man with Hazari into a Delta Labs chorus which connects to a Holy Grail reverb and a Digitech Jam Man. For the rhythm, we used a Top Hat Emplexador through a Marshall cab with Vintage 30s. For the leads, we used an Orange Rockerverb 100 through the same Marshall cab. Kerry also uses a whammy bar, which we utilized a lot for this record to create the ‘glide guitar’ sound, which is essentially using the bar to waver chords in and out of tuning to create a dizzying effect; i.e. My Bloody Valentine."more
"All of Mason’s clean boost and dirt pedals are on a no-name loop box that Mason bought “from a dude on eBay.” On a separate loop station, Mason runs his more trippy effects, starting with an Electro-Harmonix Stereo Memory Man and a Pigtronix Tremvelope. Next in line are Wampler Faux Tape Echo and Faux Spring Reverb stompboxes. The final effect is an old, tried-and-true Line 6 MM4 Modulation Modeler."more
Throughout Fennesz' career effects pedals have played a crucial role both live and in the studio. In this live session you can see a Memory Man on the table possibly being used for additional delay, looping, as well as it's filter and the reverse delay feature, but who really could know other than the man himself.more
Here's a rig I did for guitarist Dann Huff. My buddy Tom Bukovac has been a long time friend and go-to session man for Dann at his recording studio in Nashville. Dann noticed Tom's rigs and really liked how they sounded and wanted to get something for himself along those lines with a few changes.more
“Para este último disco de El Mató no loopeé nada, pero usé a full un delay Electro Harmonix Memory Man with Hazarai. Probé varios pero ese fue el que más me convenció; tiene bastante personalidad para ser un pedal digital. Igual, nunca le saqué la ficha a la función Hazarai. A veces lo pongo en el teclado para hacer drones y garpa, aunque no sé bien qué está haciendo. Pero hay un documental sobre kraut, The Rebirth of Germany, donde aparece uno de los Cluster con un sinte y dice que nunca pudo sacarle el mismo sonido dos veces. Ahí me quedé tranquilo.”more
I attended 'This Must Be The Place' at Headrow House, Leeds, on Sunday 25th August 2019, at which WH Lung played. With the band's permission I asked them about some of the equipment they used and they simply told me. Photographs are shown in this tweet. https://www.facebook.com/BelgraveMusicHallandCanteen/photos/gm.1858404234304803/2405152473037271/?type=3&theatermore
Luke Weiler of Positive Mental Trip is a huge fan of Electro-Harmonix pedals. He has never played a Memory Man w/hazurai live.(yet) However you can here the “reverse echo” and “multi tap” sounds the Memory Man w/ Hazurai does so well on the more experimental parts of Positive Mental Trip songs.more
The legendary warm delay of the Memory Man”now with Hazarai.
Electro-Harmonix' Stereo Memory Man Delay pedal is a multi-tap delay, it's an echo, it's a reverse echo, it's a performance looper with tap tempo, and it's programmable... it's got all the Hazarai!
Designed for the performing musician, the new Stereo Memory Man pedal is destined to be one of the most creative instruments on your pedal board.
The Hazarai knob is a rotary encoder that allows the user to scroll through the 8 different Hazarai modes. The following is a list of the Hazarai modes that the Hazarai knob scrolls through:
3 Sec Echo
1 Sec Echo
300 mS Echo w/ Modulation
3 Sec Multi-Tap Echo
1 Sec Multi-Tap Echo
1 Sec Multi-Tap Echo w/ Reverse
3 Sec Reverse Echo
The Hazarai knob is also a push button. Push and release the Hazarai knob to load your preset for the presently selected mode. Push and hold to save your preset into the presently selected Hazarai mode.
It was my first delay pedal and i loved it since the begin. The sound is more than good for me, is something nearest possible to my ideas. I use every preset positions and the tap offer elasticity to the presets. I just love this guy. The down point, yes for me it is, is don't change presets easily with the foot. Do this is tricky if not impossible. I do. But i feel that it injuries the rotary knob too. Well, i am a not yet old guy and don't have problems with my back. So i go down and up and uses it like a performance thing too. But would be great have a more user friendly change banks/presets.
You can get so much more than a delay out of this if you really take some time to it. Be creative for a phaser, reverb, and modulation. Obviously then there's also the looper function, which is far understated on its packaging. A beautiful sound and hours of getting lost.