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Re: Volume pedal on the MPXG2
How does that patch work/sound? Can you move it around ie. after effect
loop/ before echo etc
>From: Mark Sottilaro <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Volume pedals
>Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 09:09:28 -0700
>On Monday, April 21, 2003, at 09:52 AM, Jesse Ray Lucas wrote:
>>The only bummer about a passive volume pedal is that there seems to be a
>>low frequency roll-off as you decrease the volume. Not good for bass
>A simple passive tone control shouldn't actually lower the amount of low
>frequency energy in your signal. I could be wrong, but you're probably
>just experiencing the fact that human hearing is non linear in the volume
>range. An equal amount of bass will just not sound as loud at lower
>volumes as it will when "cranked." Lot's of home stereo gear has a
>"loudness" volume that's designed to compensate for our lack of
>in bass frequencies at lower volumes.
>Maybe the volume pedal you're talking about has some sort of filter that
>boosts lower frequencies as you back off the volume. That would actually
>be pretty cool. Maybe I'll try setting up a patch with the Lexicon MPXG2
>that does that.
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