Uh, little help guys?
What exactly is the Submarine MZ 909 Masterizer?
The manual advises us of it’s features:
The MZ-909 Masterizer features a 16-channel polyphonic input, Hi-Fidelity output and active on/on switch. Offering sub-millisecond latency we believe it is the best in class available for VCV Rack.
I’m thinking that it does some kind of masterizing but can’t tell what it actually does. lol
I like how you can switch it from ‘On’ to ‘More On’ Though. Just doesn’t shine any more light onto how it’s meant to be used. haha
Who knows? There is no MinBLEP in the code! And not using SIMD is so outdated…
Edit: Now that we are talking about that. Could there be a module just for Anti-Aliasing a previous module, which has none? I would suggest a name for that module, but I am sure you already now the name…
Behind the face plate is a pair of copper foil-clad boards going straight back. They provide RF shielding between modules on either side of it. It gives a much cleaner sound when you’re using a lot of modules in a patch.
I don’t appreciate it calling me a MorOn though. That’s not called for.
@stoermelder Dirt does crosstalk, but it is a bit TOO dirty - if you did what I tried, using 3 of them with Mindmeld Mixmaster, it adds white noise at -40dB which is clearly audible when nothing else is playing.