Compressor/Limiter Pedal by Carl Martin
General Guidelines on the use of the Compressor/Limiter:
Threshold: Working anti clockwise, determines how much of the signal will be compressed. This is also dependent on how much signal is fed from the instrument.
Comp: Working clockwise, determines how much compression is applied to the signal allowed by the threshold setting.
Resp: Working clockwise, determines the attack/release times, going from slow to fast. In general, if you want to hear the compressor working with a crisp attack you should use slow times. If you require just a silent limiting you should use fast times.
Gain: Working clockwise, sets the overall gain.Busy: Indicates the amount of compression being applied, even in bypass mode. The brighter it gets, the more compression is being applied.You can find more detailed information under manuals.
"Carl Martin wins an pedal round up for compressor’s as The Best Overall in Guitar & Bass magazine (UK) July 2007 issue. The Carl Martin Compressor-Limiter is the most complex unit in this test, and will suit those who have experience with studio compressors. This a studio quality unit that can deliver everything from subtle squash to brick-wall limiting, the Carl Martin is a do-it-all compressor." - Guitar & Bass magazine (UK)
More information can be found in the User Manual below:
• Input: 1M Ohm
• Output: 200 Ohm
• S/N Ratio: 105 dB (clean out)
• THD distortion: 0,05%
• Threshold Range: 60 dB
• Compression Range: from 1:1 to 1:00
• Responce Range: from 125 mS to 12,5 mS
• Gain Range: +-20 dB
• Dimensions: 120 (W) x 95 (D) x 56 (H) mm / 4.72” (W) x 3.74” (D) x 2.2” (H)
• Weight: 625g / 1,38lbs
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