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How to make the Rev2 more 'fat'

Jason

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Re: How to make the Rev2 more 'fat'
« Reply #20 on: June 11, 2018, 08:44:18 AM »
in Logic I would pan the track from outputs A hard left and pan the track from outputs B hard right?  And this you are saying would be a huge difference in the fatness and spatial width of the sounds of the Rev2?

Yes, that sounds right. After you try it, experiment with slight differences between the two layers, such as tuning and time based effects.

Re: How to make the Rev2 more 'fat'
« Reply #21 on: July 07, 2018, 07:54:12 AM »
After spending weeks with the Rev2 and a Rane ME15S graphic EQ, that's been permanently attached and enabled, this is my favorite way of making the Rev2 more fat, more analog, more warm, a complete pleasure to use across all patches.

25Hz: +0.75
40Hz: +0.75
63Hz: +0.75
100Hz: +0.75
160Hz: +0.3
250Hz: -0.3
400Hz - 10k: flat
16kHz: -1.8

So pump up the bass just a touch, notch out a little high bass, keep the mids flat, and notch out the highs a bit.  There's also something euphonic going on with my Rane where it's creating a wider stereo field that sounds incredible (YMMV), and it sounds the same in mono, with no phase cancellation, so I'll take whatever the heck it's doing. 
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