BBD_123 Posted June 2, 2018 Share Posted June 2, 2018 30 minutes ago, robbieb61 said: Seems to me that we are having to be kind of heavy handed in our method of getting rid of fizz by zapping all the high end out out. Like we aren't just getting the "fizz", but also some of the frequencies that add texture to the high end. For instance...I don't use ANY cuts on my clean sounds. Don't need to. And when I do...they lose that "shimmer" even though the frequency being cut theoretically shouldn't affect it. The careful choice of frequency cut and EQ or other block to make it won't prune overdriven tones in undesirable ways. It's a different situation for clean tones, where you don't normally need much if any high cut. The high end fizz problem occurs when you put overdrive or high gain into the signal and shove a dynamic mic right in front of the cab. It's less of an issue with most clean tones as they are fundamentally tonally different from overdriven tones. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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