Guitar Effects Interface
The EXTC Stereo allows you to connect guitar effects pedals to the inputs and outputs of pro audio equipment such as recording interfaces and mixing consoles, so you can incorporate stereo pedals into your recordings and explore new creative possibilities.
- Connect stereo guitar pedals to balanced recording gear
- Front panel 1/4″ inputs and outputs for pedals
- Send & Receive controls to optimize gain staging
- Utilize your pedal collection in new & unique ways
A secret weapon for mixing engineers
The EXTC-Stereo gives you the ability to connect stereo effects pedals such as reverbs and delays to the line-level inputs and outputs of your console or recording interface. Use it to send drum overheads to a multi-tap delay, or breathe new life into a stale keyboard patch with a flanger or chorus pedal. Try it on vocals, strings, or any prerecorded track to add a new creative element to your mixes and revitalize your old pedal collection.
Reamp stereo effects
Take a dry track, send it to the EXTC-Stereo which in turn feeds your pedals. Add a new creative element to your mixes and revitalize your old pedal collection.
Reamping: Exploring the differences
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Shania Twain, Kings of Leon, James Bay, Modest Mouse, You Me At Six, Buddy Guy, Norah Jones, Of Monsters and Men, Josh Ritter, Cold War Kids, City and Colour
"I can’t stress enough how creative using the EXTC by Radial is to trick out a sound while recording or mixing and getting all my favorite pedals involved in the fun. The level controls and blending feature is totally essential. I can’t believe I only had one EXTC for a few years… and now I’m rocking them in stereo."
White Stripes, Radiohead, Kings of Leon, Buddy Guy
"I use my 3 EXTCs on every recording and mix I do. They are absolutely, positively perfect for interfacing low level gear such as pedals, or in my case, Tape Echos into my console. Been wanting someone to do this in a 500 space for years. It's just a great tool!"