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stereosound stereosound

«  ... But effective mono »

Published on 01/11/12 at 10:33
Gate broadband (no adjustment of the frequency selectivity)
Analog
Linkable with a second identical module to synchronize the gate.
in / out: TRS.
220 v power supply built for a voltage of ± 18 V. A professional.
I just changed the gain of the detection gate to make it more compatible with some level of insertion of console (-20 dB dB/-10) to operate the amplitude of the gate (modif perso: resistance to change with a soldering iron)

UTILIZATION

Below the threshold, the signal is attenuated to the desired value (0 to -60 dB) with an adjustable speed.
Only one LED informs you of the passage of the threshold. Simple.
So I took two, for - among others - work in ST environments battery.

SOUND QUALITY

No audible distortion, no audible breath. Transparent.
FET operation (not VCA as is often the gates in the compressor). For me, a more transparent.
Click No to cutting or recovery

OVERALL OPINION

Practice to lower the ambient sound of a track without removing it: example = 10 dB signal below a certain threshold. We keep the climate without sanitizing the track.
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