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Low + High Pass Filter

Description

A combination of a low pass and high pass filter, as well as a clean gain.



The low pass filter is a 12 dB per octave high frequency filter. The LPF knob controls the cutoff frequency and ranges from 20 kHz to 330 Hz.



The high pass filter is a 12 dB per octave low frequency filter. The HPF knob controls the cutoff frequency and ranges from 25 Hz to 190 Hz.



The gain control ranges from unity gain to +20dB.



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