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#1 cwnhat


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Posted 06 June 2014 - 08:14 AM

Hi all,


I feel obligated to point out that I'm new here, but also to defend myself by stating that I've had my Pod HD500 for quite a while now. Moving on


For one of my seemingly simpler patches, I use a gated reverb at the core (screencap attached). After I dialed the noise gates in and all, it sounded ideal, but only on mid-low-range notes, to which I tailored the gates. When I play some high notes, the noise decays differently, so the effect is not quite uniform. My question is: is there any way I can have separate noise gates for high frequencies and low? I'm starting to think more EQ's, one on each leg of the split channels, might have something to do with it. Is my brain simply spacing out on something simple, or is what I'm trying to do impossible?


Thanks a million for reading my pleas, and a million+1 if you help me out :D




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Posted 06 June 2014 - 09:45 AM

This is a long shot but maybe a dual patch or EQ it somehow.
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Posted 06 June 2014 - 10:40 AM

have u tried a JTV?

JTV models  r (almost) noise free....

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