Board re-do

Recarpeted the effects board and changed the signal chain around while I had everything off the old carpet.  Turns out I like the envelope filter after dirt after all, even though I didn’t think it would work at first.  Frequency Analyzer also sounds better after the envelope filter, not before, and sounds just fine after dirt, so it all works out.

Chain is now EQ > HOG > (Direct out to Mixer) Effect out > Noise Box > Distortion Booster > MMM > DFW Envelope FIlter > Frequency Analyzer > Small Stone > TB Loop > (Send to Mixer) > Return from Mixer blends in dry signal from HOG and microphones if needed, else > Echohead > RC-2 > Amp.

Very versatile and everything sounds great!

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  1. paul Hanson

     /  February 19, 2009

    Wow! what a board. Way more complicated than
    anything I’ve ever had.

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  2. paul Hanson

     /  February 19, 2009

    That means WOW! what a board! I bet that the sounds are so cool-those are some great effects you have-the best sounding ones. I’ve never had such a board like this-I wish I had some of these vintage pedals.

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  3. trentjacobs

     /  February 19, 2009

    For the record, nothing there is really “vintage”. Paul, if you read this again though, the HOG is really something you should check out.

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