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HX STOMP EQ LOWPASS/HI CUT sweep

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Hey all. I was wondering why the minimum frequency for a hi cut block is 1000 hz? I'd love to have access to a lower frequency so I can do some fun filter sweeps with an expression pedal or even with the knobs.

 

Is this going to be in the new update?

Is there a work around to achieve this goal?

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2 hours ago, davidlehew said:

why the minimum frequency for a hi cut block is 1000 hz?

 

Likely because a signal below 1 kHz doesn't count as "high" anymore. :)

 

2 hours ago, davidlehew said:

Is there a work around to achieve this goal?

 

A wah-wah?

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I may be wrong, but I think the wah wah is a movable bandpass filter. That's not what I'm trying to do

32 minutes ago, lou-kash said:

 

Likely because a signal below 1 kHz doesn't count as "high" anymore. :)

 

 

A wah-wah?

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Correct, below is 1000 hz is probably more mids territory. However what I want is to be able to cut everything above a very low frequency and slowly sweep up to create dramatic sound.

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Use two Lo/Hi Cut blocks to double the effect.

Or use the Parametric EQ and also add the High/Mid Gain/Freq parameters to your expression pedal.

Sounds spooky indeed! :)

 

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At the same time you can also reverse the Low Gain to slightly boost the lows in heel position.

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