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Opposite of P-split?

neu18

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Is there a Device that would function the opposite way the lehle p-spilit does.

I have a diagram of my dream setup, but I need some sort of thing that has 2 inputs and one output to continue the chain.

If the Lehle 3 at 1 would be able to run 2 inputs at the same time, it's the same idea.

Thanks!
 

bozobreak

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Well there is the Lehle Parallel M and L.
Or you can do this with Barge Concepts VB jr.
If I understand it well you want to mix two parallel signal paths?
 

MagnumSSS

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No one ever found a solution for this? I'm also looking for the opposite of the P-Split. I want to run a guitar and Moog synth into one amp. The guitar is unbalanced/high impedence signal, and the Moog is line level/low impedence. I wonder if the P-Split can simply be used in reverse, with two ins and one out?
 
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No one ever found a solution for this? I'm also looking for the opposite of the P-Split. I want to run a guitar and Moog synth into one amp. The guitar is unbalanced/high impedence signal, and the Moog is line level/low impedence. I wonder if the P-Split can simply be used in reverse, with two ins and one out?
Not sure. I know you could do that with my old Whirlwind ABY (use it in either direction).
 

stinkfoot

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You can't use the P-split in reverse. But all you need is a mixer of some sort - a Boss LS-2 would do it for you, as would the Lehle Parallel M (the L has a footswitch to toggle between just the input signal and the input + return signals mixed).
 

MagnumSSS

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Thanks both of you.

So I checked out the Lehle unit: http://www.lehle.com/products/frameset_l1.php?country=us&lang=en&L1_Link=Parallel_M

It does look like it will allow me to blend in the Moog (line level) with the guitar (instrument level) into a single output. I wonder if placement in the effects chain would matter? Could I place it at the beginning of my chain so that I can run both the Moog and my guitar through the effects? I'd go like this:

Moog - RNC compressor --->
-------->effects pedals>-----amp
Guitar -------------------->

Could the Boss LS-2 do essentially the same thing?
 

stinkfoot

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The LS-2 might even be easier to work with, as it has two independent level controls for the two sources, rather than a mix control. If the Moog is far louder than the guitar, you'll have problems matching it to the guitar. So try turning its output volume down to get it closer to the guitar.

Wherever you place it in the chain, that's where the Moog will come in. So anything that sits before the mixer will be on the guitar only, and anything after the mixer will get both signals.
 
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Stinkfoot,

For the application we have been discussing do you see the Boss LS-2 or Lehle Parallell M or L as solutions? I am trying to figure this thing out and have not heard back from LoopMaster yet.:D
 




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