Re: Envelope Filter

No THAT is cool.

Inneresting sound, Tim. Good work, and thanks for

Harpin' in Colorado,
- --Ken M.

- --- Tim Moyer - Working Man's Harps
<wmharps@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Following the discussion the other day about
> effects and envelope filters I
> went and bought myself a Digitech Synth Wah
> envelope filter pedal.  It took
> some messing about but I finally arrived at a
> sound that is worth the price
> of the pedal (~$80 new).  The Digitech has two
> lines out, one dry (no
> effects) and the other wet (effects), which I ran
> into two separate
> channels of my preamp, one compressed (the dry
> line) and one clean (the wet
> line).  I mix the two in the amplifier to get a
> balance of distorted harp
> sound and clean wah sound which I like a lot.  I
> recorded a sample and put
> it up on my website if you want to check it out. 
> The sample is not very
> good quality and is relatively large (~250K)
> because it is more than 30
> seconds long.  If you've got the time or the
> bandwidth and are interested,
> check it out:
> -tim
> Tim Moyer
> Working Man's Harps
> wmharps@xxxxxxxxx
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