Currently Being ModeratedDec 3, 2012 10:20 AM (in response to TheOneManBand)Re: Sub Bass, Midi Control, Preset/DSP & output effect questions.
1. The Sub Bass effect is an effect that dynamically increases the low end using eq- like processes without affecting your overall output level too much. It works very well. For example if your kick drum lacks some low end because the microphone is not ideal or similar you can get quite drastical low end without ending up with extreme levels. The perceived addition of low end can be around 18dB with only 5dB in actual level increase. It also does not add some undefined subs like many processors that generate sub harmonics.
2. Unfortunately not at the moment. You can pre program any mix and effects settings and change them with scene changes via the footswitches.
3. You can choose from almost any possible configuration of the DSP. The Sub Bass and the Multicomp are not available in one DSP type.
4. The main outputs have a high pass filter, a 4 band multiband compressor, a 6 band fully parametric eq, a limiter and control for the 31 band eq in stagesource speakers.