Rack Noise Gate

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Rack Noise Gate

Postby Solderman » Fri Aug 16, 2013 11:28 pm

I used to have a Behringer Denoiser(bought 18 years ago before they outsourced all their manufacturing) that recently went tits up. Turned it on, heard a disturbing hum from the outputs and the internal power supply was toast.

I've isolated all my gear that must be boosted to noisy levels on its own sub mix, so would like to have a reliable stereo rack noise gate that uses balanced ins and out. Any recommendations for the best rise time and sensitivity? Auto filtering like on the Denoiser is a nice option, but not required.

"Lots of people are nostalgic for analogue. I suspect they're people who never had to work with it." - Brian Eno
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Re: Rack Noise Gate

Postby Stab Frenzy » Sat Aug 17, 2013 2:37 am

Drawmer DS-201. Hands down the best, and you can find them for a good price second-hand all the time.
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