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budge 2012-08-23 16:00

Saturation knob in Parallel?
 
Yeah this causes phasing issues, even when inverting the phase on the channel. Anyone know away around this?

tiftof 2012-08-23 17:39

If it has latency you could just feed the signal through two Saturation Knobs, one turn off or barely on and one set to more extreme values.

selig 2012-08-23 17:45

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Originally Posted by budge (Post 1121186)
Yeah this causes phasing issues, even when inverting the phase on the channel. Anyone know away around this?

This is what I've come up with. It includes some gain compensation to try to keep the saturated and dry signal at relatively the same level when adding saturation, so you can have a roughly equal amount of dry and wet signal when @ 50%.

I'm using two Saturation Knobs in this Combinator, one to saturate and one which is not saturating but is included to keep the delay offsets exactly the same between the wet and dry signal paths. :-)

budge 2012-08-23 19:28

Oh yeah that works i didn't think of that, and thanks for the combi Selig i was thinking of doing a dry/wet combi myself!


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