[sdiy] Modeling circuits

Jason Proctor jason at redfish.net
Sat Oct 23 06:54:33 CEST 2010

really? do you have a source for this information?

i ask because of a post by Paul Schreiber a little while back which 
describes how component level modelling isn't viable with current 
processor technology.

the interview with UAD in Tape Op also didn't mention this -- IIRC, that is...

>State of the art modeling such as Universal Audio uses, and probably 
>line6, actually painstakingly models the electrical behavior of 
>every circuit element (transistors resistors, tubes etc) on the 
>original circuit board and runs that model on one or more dsp chips, 
>which is why they need a lot of horsepower.
>Sent from my iPhone
>On Oct 22, 2010, at 8:21 AM, "Barry Klein" <barryklein at cox.net> wrote:
>>  Hi,
>>  Just received an ad from Line6 on their "HD modeling" pedals.
>>  Made me wonder...  What if you had one that took your crappy old 
>>sawtooth and made it
>>  a nice fat/phat Moog one....  you get the idea.  Do these types of 
>>circuits apply different amounts
>>  and/or frequency eq based on the input character or are they fixed 
>>and you get what you get?
>>  Barry
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