Exciter

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The exciter adds brightness to the input signal. The exciter does this by splitting the input signal into two bands and then by adding slight amounts of distortion to the higher frequencies before merging the two bands back together again.

  1. tone - Where in the frequency range the excitement will begin.
  2. Power - How much of the input signal will be excited.
  3. dry/wet - The balance between the excited signal and the non-excited signal.

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    8yearale

    should this go before or after eq? probably after?

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      Jordi Moragues

      If you're EQing high frequencies, put it before since the Exciter adds content to the frequency spectrum, which you later shape with the EQ.

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      ImThing2

      depends on your desired sound, try either way and choose the setup you prefer

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    constkat000_edmonds15_org

    still dont relly gte it but thanks

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      Jordi Moragues

      If a sound is too dull or "dark", treat it with this device to add more brightness to it. The Tone knob controls the range of brightness, Power controls the intensity of the brightness and Dry/Wet controls how much of the effect is added to the original sound. Experiment with different sounds and you'll get it.

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    VIRUX

    Tip for loud heavy dubstep basses:

    Turn the tone pretty far to the left, and the power pretty far to the right.

    Just watch your ears, it’s painful trying to find a balance :)

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    sebosito

    i really didnt understand this for a very long time, now i can replace this over the drive stomp box and add a bit of brightness to the high freq, instead of low and high which sounds soooo bad

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    rap-900 (FL)

    I understand this very √!

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    VIRUX

    vat? i don't really understand.

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