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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by bongomania, Apr 6, 2009.
The maker is going to mail me one for review.
Is that an adjustable crossover?
Cool, I just read the link. That sounds pretty promising.
Looks pretty cool. Pretty full complement of features for a stompbox comp... any idea what size enclosure its in? It doesn't look too huge considering all those controls.
looks like a bass big muff size enclosure....
Is there a stombox comp with more features/tweakability?
That looks awesome. Subscribed!
I saw that the other day and my mouth dropped... tooo MUCH POWWWWA
The Comp LED is a nice touch.
Very cool! I'd like to see the low frequency comp being bypassable instead of the hf, but still that looks awesome.
Seems promising. Looking forward to the review!
holy cow, that's like the ultimate rack compressor... in a stompbox!
could be anyway. looking forward to th review
I've moved away from live compression. But that thing just looks visually awesome. Those are favourite type of knobs and there are so many!
I've never seen a pedal compressor with that level of control.
Subscribed - just to see if the execution can match the design.
Just in case you're actually looking for that feature, I know of several rack units with low-freq bypass.
No. The answer is None. None blacker.
I'd love to see a 3rd footswitch so you could have both options!
I have too... but if this thing sounds as good as a compressor w/ that comprehensive a feature set ought to*, I could see getting back into using it live. The fact that it has a Bypass footswitch -- and ostensibly fits in a gig bag or on a pedalboard -- goes a long way towards alleviating my dislike of compressors.
*Of course, an Alesis 3630 had a pretty comprehensive feature set, so clearly # of knobs != level of quality.
I'm sort of anti-rack!
But I am curious what ones?
Holy smokes. How do I subscribe to a thread... I also wonder how much the Markbass compressor is going to be... too... much... compression GAS... *brain implodes*
Off the top of my head, the dbx 166A, Rane DC24, and a number of "high end" studio rack units where they would use separate devices for compression and limiting.