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SoundPimp has been verified to work properly with Linux Ubuntu in later versions, using PulseAudio and Jack in alternative setups. For all other versions of Linux we make no guaranties, however it should work just fine. If in doubt, contact us for a try-before-you-buy version for Linux.     Product version history Top of page

The development of the Silky Comp began with considering how we could bring sharpness and groove to a clean comping sound. In order to create a groove with a compressor, a musically superior attack speed and release time is required. In designing the Silky Comp, keeping the sound of the famous Neve 33609 Compressor in mine, we looked in particular at how release time settings can change the sound of a guitar. Although the nuances can be very subtle, the release time becomes a very important factor when the guitar sound is added in with the band sound. After much trial and error, we finally found the point that we were looking for.
Regarding tone quality, we made it smooth and glossy as its name suggests. At first we tried different solders and components in various combinations but could not get a convincing sound, but in the end we found a special printed circuit board manufacturing method. Since this is now proprietary technology, we cannot disclose it. We came upon this process by chance during our experiments. Although it involves a tremendous amount of work and therefore limits the production, we cannot omit it.
We believe that, as the result of our various pursuits, the Silky Comp can add so much richness to your guitar sound that you will want to almost always leave it turned on.
Enjoy the Silky Comp’s rich sounds.

NOTE: Because the HTS Circuit was not completed at the time of Silky Comp’s development, it employed the True-Bypass circuit that does not pass signals through a buffer circuit when the effect is turned off.

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