pbognar Posted January 5, 2005 Share Posted January 5, 2005 I've been messing around with synths for 25 years and read tons of stuff about different types of low pass filters and something just has never clicked with me and I'm embarrassed to ask, but: If one is working with subtractive synthesis, and you close a low pass filter, how can the sound become "fatter" based on the type of filter being used? I could understand the concept of "fat" oscillators. Or is it that the nature of certain filters causes a percieved boost in the low end if the overall volume is increased after the filter is closed? Pete Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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