[sdiy] Modeling circuits

jays at aracnet.com jays at aracnet.com
Fri Oct 22 20:52:20 CEST 2010

For years they have been trying to model guitar tube amps.

According to hard core guitarists they aren't there.

Don't know if this falls in the relm of audiophile snobbery stuff or

Jay S.

On Fri, 22 Oct 2010 18:31:02 +0200, Thomas Strathmann <thomas at pdp7.org>
> On 10/22/10 17:21 , Barry Klein wrote:
>> 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?
> Do you mean the modelling of circuits to emulate the sonic
> characteristics of analog or digital/analog gear (something like
> https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~dtyeh/ for instance)? The other
> interpretation (circuits used for modelling the behaviour of other
> circuits) does not make a lot of sense to me in the context of Line6
> modelling pdeals. Those are DSP based devices. I guess the exact
> approach/set of algorithms they use is proprietary.
> 	Thomas
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