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  • freetekfreetek

    Electrix Filter QueenPublished on 04/11/05 at 00:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stereo analog filter, half rack

    UTILIZATION

    Use trs symple

    SOUND QUALITY

    It can be used on anything (voice, instruments ..)
    I use it primarily on the bass drum (It gives you beautiful infra)
    The only BLME, the lightweight breath!
    knob iron trs robust!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have about three years, considering the price, do not deprive yourself!!
    I think to take his big brother, it's noon!
    Lacks a little MIDI!! But again for the price !!!!!
  • Anonymous

    Electrix Filter QueenPublished on 04/12/05 at 20:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stereo analog multimode filter switchable 2 or 4 peoples (mono in this case),
    with follower envelloppe.

    Hi-pass
    Low-pass
    Band-pass
    -Notch

    -1 4 LFO waveforms: sawtooth neutral, square and sawtooth ngative positive, a random image mode of a wave that passes the other.

    -Knobs: mix, cutoff, resonance, follower envellope, depth envelloppe follower, LFO depth, LFO speed!

    -1 Slecteur band hi mid low (7 possible combinations) for the follower envelloppe.

    -1 Switchable bypass "punch" that can send or temporarily turn off the effect (must stay above support) using the button momentary

    -Switchable between line level or phono jacks or RCA.
    Stereo-out jack or RCA.

    Half-rac…
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    Stereo analog multimode filter switchable 2 or 4 peoples (mono in this case),
    with follower envelloppe.

    Hi-pass
    Low-pass
    Band-pass
    -Notch

    -1 4 LFO waveforms: sawtooth neutral, square and sawtooth ngative positive, a random image mode of a wave that passes the other.

    -Knobs: mix, cutoff, resonance, follower envellope, depth envelloppe follower, LFO depth, LFO speed!

    -1 Slecteur band hi mid low (7 possible combinations) for the follower envelloppe.

    -1 Switchable bypass "punch" that can send or temporarily turn off the effect (must stay above support) using the button momentary

    -Switchable between line level or phono jacks or RCA.
    Stereo-out jack or RCA.

    Half-rack-shallow 2 units

    No-noon (for a big prfrez ERRF filter factory)

    Considering the price I put in OCCAZ 8

    UTILIZATION

    It is easy to use, for those who do not know of any filters try the Electrix site, there's examples in the video!

    The manual is just a few pages trs well done, with examples of applications.

    It is a pleasure to use: the knobs are mtalliques enjoyable and look solid.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is the good that he's safe this small filter is not a MF101 but it's not the same CATEGORY either, he not blush!
    The hi-pass dcoiffant, others do their job properly!
    By pushing the LFO and rsonance has become the sound dconstruction but remains clean as filtering, a blippe, tilt everywhere adgueule bass, pike poles to the speakers!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since I (5-6 months) I wonder how I could do without!
    I dj crushing analog filters (MS20 minimoog, sixtrak), it is thinner, less dirty than these but even when it rings!

    The only regret he does not self-oscillation.
    [edit 13/04/2005]: When I said to the gaffe pregnant .... my finger on the cloth rso now and I just burn out a speaker PA 300 W!
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