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Old 3 weeks ago
  #1
Gear Maniac
 

Search X-Over Tool for eBass

Hey guys...
I search an analog X-Over Frequency Tool to cut one channel (f.ex. DI BOX signal) from the other channel (f.ex. Mic) per frequency.

Problem: I love to record or to mix eBass with mic AND DI but I dont want to use 2 channels on an digital mixer for it. I want one potentiometer to find the ideal crossover frequency. The tool should be possible to mix signals together to one signal.

Is there such a thing outside? I know it could be possible with miniDSP too BUT I really like to have a simple musician lovely TOOL
Old 3 weeks ago
  #2
Lives for gear
 

i get what you want but a dunno who manufactures a simple x-over with a mixer included and would not necessarily recommend using it as you can still get phase issues due to different signal path lengths and due to relatively wide frequency overlap/the lack of steep filters (which cause their own quirks in terms of phase though).

the closest thing of what you're looking for i know of is the radial jdv - would 'need' to get modified (swapping hpf for lpf on one channel) though but maybe you wanna give it a try the way it is...
Old 2 weeks ago
  #3
Gear Maniac
 

Hey thanks...
I searched for myself and found the radial phazer. It solves the problem you mentioned too but its to expensive for me at the moment. :(

So Digital mixers have the Same Phase issues and we can only use some delay to solve it live or,
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