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The PG DSM Noisemaker Sub Atomic review.


Recorded direct with a Yamaha BBP34 using PreSonus FireStudio and PreSonus Studio One 3.
Clip 1: Master at 9 o’clock, blend at noon, dry gain at 2 o’clock, tone at 2 o’clock, drive voice in middle position (mid bump), and SUB LPF at 1 Khz
Clip 2: Master at 9 o’clock, blend at 100 percent wet, dry gain at 2 o’clock, tone at 9 o’clock, drive voice in left position (flat), and SUB LPF at 100 Hz
 

Ratings

Pros:
Sharp, modern tone options.

Cons:
Sharp, modern tone options—if that’s not your thing. The knobs were a touch loose-feeling.

Street:
$159

DSM Noisemaker Sub Atomic X-Over CMOS Bass Drive
dsmnoisemaker.com


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