HI/LOW Frequency splitter design

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HI/LOW Frequency splitter design

Postby Mbas974 » 11 Aug 2014, 14:35

Hi, I need your help in order to figure out the best way to do what I've in my mind...

The idea is to split guitar signal in 2 signals, porcesing by different FX and then mixed again together.
The hard part is that I'd like to have HI frequency on one line and LOW frequency on the other line.

My idea is : BUFFER / SPLITTER A -->> HIGH FILTER -->> FX1 / MIXER
......................../ SPLITTER B -->> LOW FILTER -->> FX2 /

Is there any existing a circuit doing such frequency splitter (maybe an EQ??)
Thanks.
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Re: HI/LOW Frequency splitter design

Postby grrrunge » 11 Aug 2014, 16:48

Mbas974 wrote:Is there any existing a circuit doing such frequency splitter (maybe an EQ??)

Yes. Such circuits are called high-pass and low-pass filters (or high-cut and low-cut filters if you prefer)
Passive rc filters would be an easy way to implement what you're looking to do: http://www.muzique.com/schem/filter.htm
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Re: HI/LOW Frequency splitter design

Postby FiveseveN » 11 Aug 2014, 17:40

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Re: HI/LOW Frequency splitter design

Postby Mbas974 » 11 Aug 2014, 20:00

thank you both guys !!

crossover is exactly what I need GREAT !!
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