"The QRS is probably the opposite of that, where the [Ursa Major](http://equipboard.com/items/ursa-major-space-station-sst-282) is very low-fi, and very gritty, this is probably one of the most high end most expensive sounding reverb i’ve ever heard. I actually think it’s superior to something like the expensive Lexicon stuff," says Ulrich Schnauss, at 4:07 in this video interview with Future Music Magazine.more
"Not as often — but definitely with something like the AMS digital reverb. I got terrifically excited when I first tried that out because it's beautiful - one of the deepest and best reverb sounds I've ever heard. I've also got a Lexicon 224 reverb which I've had a long time, but it doesn't have that depth. I always look for a reverb unit that gives me that perspective back behind the speakers - the Lexicon does a bit, but the AMS has got real depth to it. And the Quantec Room Simulator also; a beautiful piece of equipment."more
"It's called *Japanese Butterfly*, and it should be on release now. Originally we were going to call it Death of a Japanese Butterfly, but the marketing people in the States thought that sounded a little negative. Instead I've called the last track Ko Cho No Shi, which roughly translates as Lonely Butterfly Death, so I managed to get it in somewhere! There are ten short tracks and the whole album was recorded at home on a Tascam 38 eight-track with a Quantec Room Simulator for reverb effects."more
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