Will a good buffer only pedal screw up a filter?
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21st May 2011
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Will a good buffer only pedal screw up a filter?

Been considering putting a Wampler Buffer in front of my chain, anyone think this will effect the dynamic response or touch of my envelope filter I have front of chain? Wampler Buffer is just in/out, no controls, no gain, unity level. Any think it will actually help the signal stability into the unit?
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28th May 2011
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If it doesn't change the dynamics (no compression) it shouldn't change the function of the envelope generator.
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30th May 2011
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Sweet, that is what I was thinking. Should actually improve the tracking response dynamic by it stepping down the impedance. I am leaning towards the straight always on no knob Wampler or the Boost&Buff by MI Audio that has a switchable boost when you are not trying to use the filter. The MI Audio sounds like a great pedal that can run on as high as 24v.

I am just digging my new Q Tron Plus, getting this wicked cool Superstitious Mutron tone and some wacked old Trower tones, what a fun pedal to mess with.
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