Finish Line

Simple crossover / non-selective frequency tripler distortion

Finish Line Schematic

a simple ten part non-selective frequency tripler. It creates octave-like sounds on lower settings and on higher settings generates a metallic swell effect through out the decay of the note(s). It is particularly noticeable with using bent multiple notes.

The Drive control affects how much signal is going through the tripling portion of the circuit. When used at higher settings initial picked notes will pass unaffected but then go through the decay portion of the tripling. The Sym control affects the symmetry of the tripling which controls what portion of the decay cycle the tripling is occurring. The Level control affects the final output amount.

Your Tone God,

Andrew

thetonegod@yahoo.com

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