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Source Audio Spectrum Intelligent Filter

Stereo Effects Pedal By Paul White

Source Audio Spectrum Intelligent Filter

Envelope-controlled filters such as the Mutron have been around since the early 1970s, and they've often been used to create funk-style auto-wah effects. But the new Source Audio Spectrum Intelligent Filter pedal, part of their One series, is a stereo envelope-controlled filter that takes this concept much further. If you've used an envelope-controlled filter before you'll know that it can be fiddly to set them up so that they respond as consistently as you'd like, but Source Audio have somehow managed to get the relationship between input envelope and filter response to feel very natural.

The Spectrum is a stereo-in/out digital pedal that's also able to work in mono, and the user has a choice of buffered or true bypass. It can store presets, is MIDI controllable, has a jack for additional control and may be teamed with the company's Neuro Hub and other...

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Published August 2020