12-02-2011, 01:52 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Silicon Valley CA, Storm Lake IA
There is nothing wrong with a swing mod for AM
- provided it is done right and the operator uses it correctly . . .
Don't cut the limiter. If the limiter is cut along with doing the NPC swing mod for asymetric modulation; then either have a tech set it up and do the work and make sure that the modulation doesn't square wave - or get a scope and do the work yourself.
The quality of this mod is all in the details; it is not just a matter of snipping some parts and putting other parts in.
It is about getting the right wave form from the swing mod. When done correctly, the difference can be amazing. If done wrong, it will sound like junk.
Either do it right - or not at all . . .
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