I like semi-parametric (swept) EQ's on mine.
I'd hit your local craigslist, and see what you can get. You might even pick up a powered one
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Yeah, that seems kinda bullshit to me. I'd build it, if I wanted it, pay no more than 20 quid for it. A reverb would have the springs free to oscillate and connected to a transducer of some kind at both ends. Nic Collins did a nice article on easy DIY ones. http://www.nicolascollins.com/texts/TapeOp...
- Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:33 am
- Forum: Gear
- Topic: Recommend some watery, drippy hardware filter effects
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Get an old crossover unit, it all you want is LPF, listening to the tracks not really understanding if you want it to make the bleepy bloopy or just stop the harshness poking you in the eyeballs. An old crossover will let you split from around a few hundred hertz down, just take it out the low input...