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Mf 101 low pass settings

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by bezbass, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. bezbass


    Aug 19, 2011
    I bought my mf 101 primarily for the low pass on the fly option. Had a great setting where my expression pedal went from complete low cut off smoothly back into full tone. Sadly The settings got moved and I can't get it back to that sweet spot. Has anyone got any recommendations? And other great settings noteworthy too
  2. bezbass


    Aug 19, 2011
    Take it no one knows?
  3. Patience young padawan.

    The way I dug using the Moog was cutoff around 220-250 or so, 4 pole, I think Resonance was anywhere from 11-2 (depended on the bass) and a decent amount of drive so that the sweep had a lot of bite to it.
  4. RickenBoogie


    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Those Foogers are designed to be tweaked,...alot. Sounds like it's time to experiment.
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  6. thawk1979


    Jan 7, 2012
    I have one and I can't get it dialed in right either. I think I'm going to trade it for one of the new Mu-tron reissues.
  7. bezbass


    Aug 19, 2011
    Cheers. I'll have a play tonight. Problem is that all my kit is set up at a residency for December. :( hard to mess around while your gigging
  8. d180fuzz

    d180fuzz C21H30O2

    Jul 10, 2008
    West Los, CA
  9. dalo320

    dalo320 Supporting Member

    Nov 29, 2007
    Brooklyn, NY
    I use my Moog LPF to get synthy sounds rather than regular envelope filter sounds.

    Here are my settings:
    Envelope: around 8
    Cutoff Freq: All the way down
    Mix: 100% Wet
    Resonance: I put it up until it starts to feed back and then back off a bit until it doesn't anymore. About 7.5
    2 Pole
    Gain: Pretty high, about 3:00

    I've had mine modded with true bypass and a trim pot so I can bring it back down to normal levels.

    Love this pedal. Wish I could find something smaller that sounded as good.

    Good luck!
  10. In general, 4 pole is more "synthy" than 2 pole, but whatever works for you^^^
  11. sprag


    Sep 15, 2011
    Melb Australia
    ^This^. When you do get it right take photos or draw a diagram of your pedal settings

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