Producers need to check out this latest video, which showcases some of the different types of MXR effects that you can get. These MXR effects have actually celebrated their 40th anniversary lately, which has provided them with a substantial boost. Most people will be watching to see if the the technology changes any further, since it has become an integral part of the way that many recording studios tend to work.
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Video: A Short History of MXR Effects
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