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Old 2012-12-20, 15:12
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I like how the Sk only boost the harmonics (all,highs only or lows only). Turning up the volume knob on a synth would not produce the same effects as the SK. If I am correct the SQ on the pulveriser is just a compressor right (please correct me if I'm wrong)? That wouldn't really be useful for when I'm trying to get a sub bass sine wave to be audible on a small set of speakers. Sine waves have no harmonics so compressing it with the SQ wouldn't help the sine wave to be hear on some small speakers, adding some harmonics would help.
Concur with you!

Yep, Squash exactly compressor, but Pulveriser adds some sort of loudness even without Squash!
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Old 2012-12-20, 15:19
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Concur with you!

Yep, Squash exactly compressor, but Pulveriser adds some sort of loudness even without Squash!
It's the volume knob...lol
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Old 2012-12-20, 15:27
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It's the volume knob...lol


No, it's really something more than that, it's something catchy about Pulveriser!
 

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