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    Peavey Spectrum Analog FilterPublié le 04/07/13 à 01:25
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    Analog filter with an envelope for the filter and an analog envelope (vac) and more. Entered three audio jack, 1 midi in, midi out 1, 1 output jack.
    the peculiarity of this filter is that it has a vca envelope (sound) that is more autonomous.
    There are 4 user engagement effects (vcf, vca) for the audio source:
    cf1: envelope filter and snap the jack midi in to each note played on the keyboard, the mono mode;
    cf2: envelope filter and snap the jack midi in, but differently from the first mode, it takes into account several notes.
    cf3: effect of switching from mono audio signal, the trigger is adjustable.
    CF4: poly fashion for the filter and envelope, but the vca (the envelope) no......
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    Analog filter with an envelope for the filter and an analog envelope (vac) and more. Entered three audio jack, 1 midi in, midi out 1, 1 output jack.
    the peculiarity of this filter is that it has a vca envelope (sound) that is more autonomous.
    There are 4 user engagement effects (vcf, vca) for the audio source:
    cf1: envelope filter and snap the jack midi in to each note played on the keyboard, the mono mode;
    cf2: envelope filter and snap the jack midi in, but differently from the first mode, it takes into account several notes.
    cf3: effect of switching from mono audio signal, the trigger is adjustable.
    CF4: poly fashion for the filter and envelope, but the vca (the envelope) no longer works.
    His biggest flaw, as stated in the notice before, is handling buttons in real time means different levels of sound processing on vcf, it will therefore use a real-time but rather for a specific sound processing found after adjustment.

    UTILIZATION

    the configuration is rather simple.
    There are 100 patch memory, but the easiest is to manipulate the knobs (easy access, everything is in front) to find the sound that matches the song.
    I found the manual in English on the internet, it is easy to understand all its functions.

    SOUND QUALITY

    it is a filter and an envelope that gives a very "soft".
    it can be used with any audio source.
    You can hear this piece of my composition, are agreements which are "pfiou" is the sound a bit typical of this effect. Here, the chord is played with a microSAMPLER (sampled in flute) with onset of effect by noon:


    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been 6 months that I use, I've used on a few tracks, the effect is very effective for adding color to sound like nothing else.

    , I sold it, I need money to buy me a artiria Minibrute.
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