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How Does BigSky MX Process Signal?

As with the original BigSky, most algorithms will process stereo signal by creating a copy of the stereo input signal, summing the copy to mono, then applying stereo widening and other stereo processes to the copied signal, which becomes the wet signal. The original stereo dry signal passes directly to the outputs, completely unaffected by any processing in the pedal.


Algorithms that are new to BigSky MX (The MX voiced Room, Hall, and Plate, as well as Chamber and Impulse) take the input signal, process it left and right, then output distinct left and right input signals alongside the stereo input signals, with no summing whatsoever.