Here comes Judgment Day for all that annoying unwanted noise. Inspired by the circuit of Decimator II™, the second generation of the Decimator Noise reduction, a board that offers a new approach to noise reduction processing.
Noise Terminator arrived on this earth to do one thing, and that’s getting rid of that extra noise you don’t want. Let’s see how it manages to do its job in a transparent, highly performative way.
When talking about most noise suppressors, we encounter a significant problem regarding the response to very short-term staccato notes. The typical sound reduction system suffers from a dead zone in the release response feature that causes problems when tracking both fast decaying notes and long sustained notes. That’s why Noise Terminator’s technology features an innovative approach to tracing the envelope of the input signal. The board will instantly respond to short staccato notes and, at the same time, will provide a prolonged ripple-free control of long sustained notes.
You can insert Noise Terminator at the end of your chain of existing pedals or put it in the effects loop of your amplifier to clean up the noise present at the amplifier input and the noise in the amplifier pre-amp section.
Try this machine and witness how it terminates its job effectively and with style. It is time to say ‘Hasta la vista, baby’ to that annoying noise once for all.
For further analysis on this circuit take a look at this thread on Free Stomp Boxes Forum.