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Carl Martin Compressor Limiter
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Noarno Noarno
Publié le 02/10/10 à 06:19
Analog compression.
No surprise at the knobs: Threshold, comp responces and gain.
Bypass button.

Metal casing, touch anything that we feel that it's solid, before being convinced by the weight!

UTILIZATION

Like any compressor, the hardest thing is not to turn the knobs, but to understand how to compress what we did get into it.

SOUND QUALITY

Lace!
I use it mainly for bass, but also to make homestudio. Even the voice I pass them in, without abusing either ...
It really is very very good compression: even by attacking with a fairly low threshold and a ratio strong enough, it works really fine, without charge or flatten the sound ... We did not almost hear! But cons, he gives a lot of life and clarity to the signal coming in, also without color ... In short, this is a very reliable tool

OVERALL OPINION

It's really a reference pedal in my opinion. And I even think that this compression can compete with the studio rack models ...
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