With over 50 Studio SOS visits under our belt, we thought it was time to discuss some of the most common studio problems we've tackled.
Does your mix sound muddy ? You don't get a tight bass reponse in your recordings ? Have you ever been unable to tell if one of your monitor was unplugged or not ?
It's time to opimise your workflow and signal chain. Are your monitors in the right place ? Does your listening position is a dead spot of standing waves of sound ? Your home studio needs some acoustic treatment...
This is a passive capacitors bank used for low pass and high pass sound sculpting on an old modular moog module. You can replace the 10k resistors with a 25-100k pot for a more dramatic filtering, and add true bypass switches.
I tried this with a guitar, hot-plugging various caps on a pot soldered with a transistor slot for easy swapping. I think there is more tonal difference between different caps (ceramic and mylar for example) of the same value than between same type caps of the next closer value.
Idea ! Add a small transformer in the path to add inductance, for band pass/reject filters
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