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TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor   

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The TC Electronic M350 combines 15 brand-new TC-quality reverbs with 15 multi-purpose effects including delay, modulation, and compression. Included AU/VST compatible software editor allows for seamless control and editing integration with DAW systems. Through the included software editor, parameters and preset recalls may be fully automated or real-time controlled. High-density 24-bit processing and A/D/A conversion delivers the full transparency of TC reverbs and effects.

Choice Selection of Effects
The M350's reverbs include: classic TC hall, cathedral, ambience, room as well as plates and springs, and the comprehensive effects section includes a number of essential compression, modulation, and delay variations.

Optimized Presets
The 256 factory presets cover a wide range of applications and audio sources, and enable you to use the M350 right out of the box. With 99 additional user presets, the total number of presets amounts to 355.

Easy Front Panel Access
M350 was designed with the utmost user-friendliness in mind. All reverb and effect types and parameters are accessible directly from the front panel, ensuring maximum flexibility in any given situation.

Perfect for Computer Recording
Through the included software, the user can control and edit the M350's parameters stand-alone and in any AU/VST environment.

Comprehensive I/O
The auto-sensing digital input at 24 bit S/PDIF ensures bullet-proof input connection in any setup. Furthermore, the M350 comes with an easy-to-read preset display, and provides MIDI in/out, MIDI clock tempo sync, pedal control of tap tempo, and global bypass.

Dual-engine FX processor for studio or stage.

FEATURES
  • Full DAW integration through VST/AU compatible editor
  • 15 true and stunning stereo reverbs
  • 15 legendary effects
  • 5 seconds of delay
  • 256 multi-effect/reverb presets + 99 user preset locations for a total of 355 presets
  • Internal power supply ” no wall wart
  • Dual send/return and serial style setups
  • Auto-sensing 24 bit S/PDIF digital I/O, 44.1-48 kHz
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TC ElectronicM350 Reverb and Effects Processor
 
3.8

(based on 12 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

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    (3)

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    (2)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good audio (4)
  • Easy to use (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Amateur recording (3)
  • Home studio (3)
  • Performances (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

User Friendly Value, smooth, and Quiet

From reading previous reviews it seems some people have had some noise problems with the TC. I however have had no issues, and I am totally satisfied. I actually bought a second one,...Read complete review

From reading previous reviews it seems some people have had some noise problems with the TC. I however have had no issues, and I am totally satisfied. I actually bought a second one, and relegated my Lexicon mx200 to the practice room. I have owned a band pa system for 20+ years and have gone through many effects processors such as DeltaLabs, Alesis', DODs, DigiTeks, Lexicons etc... the TCs however are among my favorites, and I've used them for about 5 years now. Unlike the Lexicon, the TCs, and owners manuals are extremely user friendly. As I said,I own the PA, but I play in the band so we hire different people to mix the sound board, some are professional, some are not, so user friendly rules! I'm old school, and always prefer nobs, and buttons to a menu such as the Lexi had and ease of operation is where the TCs really have the edge.(I had an older Lexi which had virtually no nobs, thus relied almost totally on a rather complicated menu, but it appears the newer ones may have added some controls?) I really like the smooth TC reverb, and tap Echo. Though the Lexi, and others I've used had great sound, in the real world I believe the TCs are at least as good or better. At the sound board I use a Y out of an effects send to each TC, and return each (one for reverb, and one for echo)thru a spare channel, and use the sliders to add the effect back to the mix. I also use an older analog Effectron for a doubler. Love my TCs!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Nice features, but freezes

I've had my TCElectronics M350 for a month, using it in an amp effects loop. Features are basic, but nice for the price. Unfortunately, it freezes often when changing presets (between...Read complete review

I've had my TCElectronics M350 for a month, using it in an amp effects loop. Features are basic, but nice for the price. Unfortunately, it freezes often when changing presets (between songs) Sometimes I can turn it off and on again to fix it (by unplugging it). But I've had to do a complete reset a couple times now, which erases any user presets. By the way, there are NO factory presets other than "point all the dials to 12:00 position".

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4.0

Great Processor - Bought my second

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from Memphis, TN

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

    I have been using this processor for more than 10 years in my guitar rig. I often move it from my rack rig to use with my guitar head instead. I finally got tired of moving it around and bought another. I have probably used this processor at 400 gigs and even more rehearsals. I have used it as sort of an attenuator so tame some of my louder amps. I turn the level down and my amps up a bit. Works well for me in that way. Having the ability to select a reverb and a delay does away with the need for those pedals. The range of adjustment is very wide and useful. The only time I have ever had an issue was if I leave it powered up for weeks at a time: it seems to lock up once in a while, so I powered it off and back on and it has worked perfectly each time after that.

    I now have two and will be using them often. I wouldn't waste my money on something that is unreliable or has poor quality effects. On several occassions over the years I have been told I have a really grea live sound. I attribute most of those compliments to having great effects.

    Buy one, you will not be sorry.

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    4.0

    M350 Reverb and Effects Processor

    By 

    from Rhode island

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • Full Sound No Feed Back
    • Powerful
    • Professional Functions
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

    great sound good effects no feedback

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    3.0

    Basic effects

    By 

    from Irvine,Ky

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Clear Sound

    Cons

    • Difficult To Use
    • Limited Functions

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

    This effects unit sounds good and seems to be well built. The front panel is hard to read and has very few indicator lights, this makes this unit hard to use in dim lighting. Only two effects can be used at a time. I am using this in the effects loop of my guitar amp and it does sound good but is not easy to program.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Glad I bought it! Nice Unit!

    By 

    from Somewhere over the rainbow

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • High quality
    • Powerful
    • Professional Functions
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • No Off Button

    Best Uses

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      Totally blows away high priced plugins. So far sounds great on vocals, bass, keys etc in recording process.

      Love how you can use either delay or reverb alone or blend together. The compressor is decent and the de-esser comes in handy for vocals.

      This really is a high end unit for not a bad price. I was expecting some junky sounding stuff with a few usuable setting for the price but this thing really does the trick and is tweakable. There's really not a bad setting on it.

      Do yourself a favor and pick one up, you won't be sorry. Oh yeah, no noise either.

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      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      User Friendly Value, smooth, and Quiet

      By 

      from Frozen Tundra

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      From reading previous reviews it seems some people have had some noise problems with the TC. I however have had no issues, and I am totally satisfied. I actually bought a second one, and relegated my Lexicon mx200 to the practice room. I have owned a band pa system for 20+ years and have gone through many effects processors such as DeltaLabs, Alesis', DODs, DigiTeks, Lexicons etc... the TCs however are among my favorites, and I've used them for about 5 years now. Unlike the Lexicon, the TCs, and owners manuals are extremely user friendly. As I said,I own the PA, but I play in the band so we hire different people to mix the sound board, some are professional, some are not, so user friendly rules! I'm old school, and always prefer nobs, and buttons to a menu such as the Lexi had and ease of operation is where the TCs really have the edge.(I had an older Lexi which had virtually no nobs, thus relied almost totally on a rather complicated menu, but it appears the newer ones may have added some controls?) I really like the smooth TC reverb, and tap Echo. Though the Lexi, and others I've used had great sound, in the real world I believe the TCs are at least as good or better. At the sound board I use a Y out of an effects send to each TC, and return each (one for reverb, and one for echo)thru a spare channel, and use the sliders to add the effect back to the mix. I also use an older analog Effectron for a doubler. Love my TCs!

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      (2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Disappointing

      By 

      from Minnesota

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      This unit was quite disappointing once racked up. The effects were pretty average, but for the money about what you would expect. The major problem is with line noise from the unit...this thing emits a hiss like you wouldn't believe, to the point that it makes it impossible to get a useful level of effects without almost drowning it out with hiss. None of our other effects units have ever made noise, but this one is just ridiculous.

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      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Nice features, but freezes

      By 

      from Canada

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      I've had my TCElectronics M350 for a month, using it in an amp effects loop. Features are basic, but nice for the price. Unfortunately, it freezes often when changing presets (between songs) Sometimes I can turn it off and on again to fix it (by unplugging it). But I've had to do a complete reset a couple times now, which erases any user presets. By the way, there are NO factory presets other than "point all the dials to 12:00 position".

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      (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great inexpensive entry level effects

      By 

      from California

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      The M350 is the easiest to use FX module on the market. There are 12 Reverbs and 12 Delays giving you a total of 144 Presets. There is no need to remember which number is which effct program, just turn the Reverb and Delay dials to your desired selection, and it is automatically one of the 144 factory Presets. If you like, you can tweak the effect parameters from the front panel dials and save your adjustments to a User Preset. Of course, then you need to remember what you did. I have an M350 and a FireworX. It seems to me that TC Electronic likes to combine a Phaser type delay with a Modulation/ Reverb in quite a few of their factory Presets. The Phaser plus Reverb setting on the M350 sounds quite close to many of the fancy Presets on the FireworX. So if you are on a budget and want to get a taste of the TC Electronic effects style, insert the M350 into your effcts loop. I bought the M350 because I was curious and wanted to have an inexpensive FX module on hand just in case.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Noisy little guy

      By 

      from Rockville, MD

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      Lots of good effects, and a good sound, very flexable. HOWEVER...a signal path is only as strong as its weakest link and this is one weak link. I run everything through top-of-the-line gold plated cables and still can not get rid of the perpetual background hiss. In the recording rack, it was fair, and when playing guitar on clean it's good, but any overdrive at all and you may wish you spent a bit more money. None the less, I gig with it and it fairs well. I suppose it's a fine product over all.

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      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      I took this back, too.

      By 

      from Seattle

      Comments about TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor:

      This was the first unit I bought before the g-force (I wrote a review for that too). Needless to say, this unit was even less flexible than the g-force, and it trumped my tone bad. Admittedly, it was a gift, but it sounded good. Not what I was looking for at all.

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