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Carl Martin Compressor/Limiter Pedal   

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Put a pro-level compressor beneath your foot!

General Guidelines on the use of the Compressor/Limiter:

Threshold: Works anti clockwise, and 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 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.

The Carl Martin Compressor/Limiter Pedal is ruggedly built by hand in Denmark.


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Compressor/Limiter Pedal

  • Busy: Indicates the amount of compression being applied, even in bypass mode. The brighter it gets, the more compression is being applied.
  • Comp: Working clockwise, determines how much compression is applied to the signal allowed by the threshold setting.
  • Gain: Working clockwise, sets the overall gain.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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