Sunday, March 8, 2020

Pultec EQ

  1. The first group controls the low frequencies and has three controls: boost, attenuation, and frequency select. This section is a shelving EQ.
  2. The second group controls the high frequencies and has three controls: boost, bandwidth, and frequency select. This section is a parametric boost EQ.
  3. The third group also controls the highs and has two controls: attenuation amount and frequency select. This section is attenuation only shelving EQ.
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I have this fantasy about making something like a Pultec EQ pedal for guitars.

Duncan amps makes a tone stack calculator.

The Riff Step is a Digitech Whammy sequencer.

If you want your MXR Carbon Copy's output to be 100% wet, you gotta cut R48.


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Pultec EQ

The first group controls the low frequencies and has three controls: boost, attenuation, and frequency select. This section is a shelving E...