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Post Buffer/Splitter project
Just completed a pretty cool project multi output splitter with independent buffers for each output. The Author of the project specs, claims there should be no crosstalk between each outputs. I've only had a chance to play thru it for a few hours yesterday but I do have to say it does separate channels really well! I setup my pedals with a really heavy distortion from one output into my "board" (its not mounted yet) and ran 2 additional outs from the unit to my mixer where I had panned hard left and hard right with differing amounts of reverb. It worked beautifully, the dirty channel combined with the other 2 clean channels sounded so thick. I played with differing levels to see that there was no distortion bleeding in. Much fun.
Got the plan from AMZFX here: http://www.muzique.com/lab/splitter.htm


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Post Re: Buffer/Splitter project
Really cool, man!

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Nicely done PCg.

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Thanks Gents!

I wish I could do a comparison video but I'd have to have a passive splitter, instead I'll do a demo of the new board when I'm done collecting all the pedals I want. Then I can show the multi channel separation etc..


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Post Re: Buffer/Splitter project
I have enjoyed running multiple signal paths for my melody side utilizing the m400se volume / expression pedal. I am downsizing my board by about 40%, so I'll be looking to replace it with an Xotic Blender. I still have to sell off some other gear first, but that is the plan.

Looking forward to updates.

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earthgene wrote:
I have enjoyed running multiple signal paths for my melody side utilizing the m400se volume / expression pedal. I am downsizing my board by about 40%, so I'll be looking to replace it with an Xotic Blender. I still have to sell off some other gear first, but that is the plan.

Looking forward to updates.

What is a "m400se"?


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One of my faves!

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