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Published on 12/07/11 at 03:36
Once and for all, this filter is an analog filter. What are these stories? the filter is analog with digital controls, which allows you to control all parameters via MIDI CC. it is rackable, construction is extremely robust, and it is green. the "distortion at the beginning of a string is just sucks. it can serve as signals to preamp a little weaklings but then attention to the breath. better be worth a swing at the right level and pass on this floor there. for the saturated ... find another solution. this filter is not an overdrive.

effect types: low pass filter, high pass, band pass or band. resonance and LFO.

UTILIZATION

the general configuration is not as simple as that. we must look at its LEDs. you really have to ensure that the LEDs for input and output are both green. if they do not light, it is not good and the effect will not be effective, you will hear a slight hiss filtered at the rate of the LFO. not great. if they turn red, the sound saturates, and the distortion is not beautiful. when it has settled its input gain, and to monitor its resonance, it was a very nice effect, very convincing, very clean. (One line level output that makes the green for example, but with a preamp before it can exceed the signal.Le monotron however, see below, is a bit feeble)

Since all parameters are automatable via its preferred daw, there will be no problem to avoid unsightly peaks. it is sufficient to lower the resonance a tad when it gets stuck, for example. No panic for those who want to use it live, a tap tempo very reactive and adjusting the tempo divisions are there to prop up the LFO has the right frequency, when forcing the resonance, it will just hurt the ears of the public. careful course reso thoroughly and passes down into the grave = BANGING Boomer.

the manual is well done and is available online and in PDF. The most important is the implementation noon. it is clearly noted.

SOUND QUALITY

I love the sound. it is very hot, a little EQ will also no harm in going down because he really do big bass. lovers infra, of wobble bass will be in heaven. those who want to tumble down them beats the confines treble will not be outdone, in short, he does what is asked of a filter, and it does it well. I find that by a lfo subtle, even a grain is added to an analog VST too synthetic, which was provided to want to leave the PC for a little perfectionist rerentrer course, but provides a real more, and it can stand out.

I love the sound of this unit, able to transform a toy like 40 euros monotron for example, war machine dubstep. (With a few pedals between the two What huh ...)

I put 10, because that's what we want to filter.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years I think. I 'have tried any model before buying it, but I compare it with the auto filter live 8, bin it is fatter, more authentic, but also less accurate, of course.

feature I love most: the LFO. Playing with spleen or depth to create low dull, round, and to abyssal depths.

the OCCAZ is 150 euros. No hesitation, get open.
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