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ATC-1 Air Traffc Controller – User Guide

Congratulations on buying the ATC-1 Air Traffc Controller! It’s a unique kind of effect pedal, offering a huge range of sounds that have never been possible before. It has a Rainger FX optimum distortion circuit, mixing with white noise “hiss”, and going through a low pass filter, the cut-off frequency being controlled in three completely different ways.

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About The White Noise

The “hiss” sound is blended with the guitar signal, but it is also controlled by it; loud when the guitar is loud, and totally silent when the guitar is silent. Great care has been taken in combining the hiss with the guitar, and to make it one usable and musical sound.

About The Low-Pass Filter

This comes after the mix pot for the two sound sources, helping bind the two together, and before the output volume amplifier. It’s resonance range is tuned to go from a near-transparent tone tweak to an exaggerated cut-off frequency “bump”, greatly coloring the sound. When there’s no signal the cut-off frequency drops down very low (even in the random mode), again helping keep the Air Traffc Controller incredibly noise-free.

Note: This User Guide is adapted from the official manual created by Rainger FX in PDF format, without modification of the content. We just rewrite the PDF, into responsive mobile friendly pages.So, you can read this document anytime and anywhere.

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