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hurricane
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Post 06 Sep 2020

EDIT: I guess it would help if I post the link: https://kazrog.com

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Post 07 Sep 2020

meh

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Boombastix
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Post 07 Sep 2020

Transformers are usually used to drive the bottom end. The Kazrog one is quite OK. There is also a nice transformer emulation in the Lindell pre-amp (Plugin Alliance).
They just don't talk about it, so you may already have a good emu, you just didn't know...

Nothing super ground breaking with a trafo, just that transformers have hysteresis in the saturation/harmonics that is generated so it sounds slightly different.
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Post 07 Sep 2020

Boombastix wrote:
07 Sep 2020
Transformers are usually used to drive the bottom end. The Kazrog one is quite OK. There is also a nice transformer emulation in the Lindell pre-amp (Plugin Alliance).
They just don't talk about it, so you may already have a good emu, you just didn't know...

Nothing super ground breaking with a trafo, just that transformers have hysteresis in the saturation/harmonics that is generated so it sounds slightly different.
Thanks. I was wondering what this may offer beside some EQ and bass exciting. It may be an "easy" one that sounds good, but i cannot test it, so...c'est la vie
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