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We’re ending development of new patches for recently discontinued Digitech RPs

We’ve been making patchsets for the Digitech RPs since the early 2000s, when we started with the RP200. We’ve designed some great sounds for these devices, and we’ll continue to do so.

However, when a manufacturer stops making a device, there’s no point in continuing to develop new sounds for it. And that’s what Digitech’s done with their RP line from the 355 on down. They’re all discontinued.


RP250 Patch samples posted to

I’ve uploaded a bunch of short samples of sounds created with my new RP250 patch set for the Digitech RP250 to my site at:

When you go to that URL, you’ll see four folders, one for each of the mics represented in the patch set. Choose the mic of your choice, open the folder, and check it out.

I’ve included samples of patches that run the gamut from mild to wild. In my opinion, the coolest stuff is in the Shure545 and FireballV folders, because those mics are the coolest, at least where the RP250 is concerned.

All samples were recorded directly into the computer using the Digitech RP250 itself as the audio interface, using the mics indicated by the folder names. NO post-processing was done on these samples. This is what the RP250 sounds like, period.