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Re: hex fuzz
> I'm thinking that even narrow bandpass filters will grunge up pretty
> badly. Many unpleasant fuzz effects come from minor 3rds, 2nds, minor
> 2nds, etc., and these are all too common in guitar chord voicings.
> I'm sure that prefiltering into multi-fuzzes sounds different, but
> I'm guessing that the only a hex pixup will give independent processing.
> But then, a "Hex Fuzz simulator" may offer some nice qualities of its
To digress further from the list subject matter, Craig Anderton's
unit kit from Paia seperates incoming signals into four discreet channels,
and then applies a fuzz process to each one.
Has anyone compiled a list of potentially useful delays, ie. 3 seconds+ ?
I would certainly be open to starting one. If you are aware of devices
fit this description, please email me privately, and I will compile the
list. Anything goes!
Kevin Simonson * AS/400 Application Development Team
University of Illinois-Springfield * Norwest Mortgage, Inc.
Computer Science, et al. * Springfield, IL
- Re: hex fuzz
- From: "Todd Madson" <Todd.Madson@LaserMaster.Com>