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RANTOUL — Carl E. Martin, 94, of Rantoul, formerly of Ludlow, passed away at 6:27 a.m. Monday (May 16, 2022) at home. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at Baier Family Funeral Services, 406 E. Pells St., Paxton, with the Rev. Brett Smith officiating. Burial will follow in Ludlow Township Cemetery, Ludlow, with military honors by Rantoul VFW Gung Ho Post 6750. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at the funeral home.
RANTOUL, IL
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Carl Martin announces Honey Comp pedal for balanced compressed and dry signals

Carl Martin have announced the brand new Honey Comp pedal to provide parallel processing studio techniques all squeezed, or should we say compressed (excuse the pun) into one box. This new pedal is the same as the Comp Limiter, yet this time with a dry volume which enables the technicality...
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Carl Martin Announces the Honey Comp

Added improvements in their pedal design allow for the Honey Comp's parallel processing and special converter circuitry. For the all-new Honey Comp, Carl Martin added a Dry volume which allows you parallel processing with three knobs! Parallel Processing is a studio technique which takes a heavily compressed signal (which through compression loses some dynamics if not all) and allows you to add a clean (Dry) signal on top replacing those dynamics giving your guitar three-dimensionality and allowing the guitar to cut through the mix. For those of you used to studio work, this is a very well-known technique, but usually too complex for a pedal board! The three knobs allow you to balance the Compressed signal with the Dry signal quickly and efficiently for a very pro sound!
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Guitar World Magazine

Carl Martin Panama British Hot Modded OD review

Classic Brit drive that adjusts to take you from looser to tight and focused tones. Carl Martin is known for some pretty decent overdrive pedals, in particular the Plexitone. The Panama’s Brit tones probably owe a lot to that pedal, as well as to the classic amp that inspired it, of course.
Guitar World Magazine

Carl Martin Ottawa Vintage Optical Envelope review

Classic auto-wah and envelope filter for clean sounds or feeding a dirt pedal. Compact form and top-mounted jacks. The long-established Danish brand Carl Martin refreshed its pedal lineup in 2018. Slick-looking anodized enclosures were the order of the day, with pedalboard placement made easier via top-mounted input and output jacks.
Johnson City Press

Let’s Give a Party: Celebrating the Life and Music of Carl Martin

BIG STONE GAP, Va. — The Pro-Art Association in partnership with the Southwest Virginia Museum and the Appalachian African American Cultural Center present “Let’s Give a Party,” a musical and historical event celebrating the life and legacy of Piedmont Blues musician and Big Stone Gap native Carl Martin.
BIG STONE GAP, VA
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Carl Martin Launches the Ampster

A 100% analog tube amp/speaker DI intended to supplement an amp, or replace it. The Ampster, a single tube driven amp/speaker simulator that can either supplement your amp, or replace it. A fully analogue unit with controls that are the same as your amplifier with the addition of a mute switch, a speaker selection switch and a voicing switch. Additionally, the Ampster reacts to your playing in the same way your full-size amp does, giving you the same feel with zero latency.
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Carl Martin unveils the Ampster: a 100% analogue valve pedalboard preamp/DI

Pedalboard amps - that being a guitar pedal-based preamp/frontend with speaker emulation for going direct into a cab or PA system - have become big news in recent times. In the last few months we’ve seen offerings from Blackstar with its Dept.10 series, the Orange Guitar Butler, IK Multimedia’s X-Drive, Victory Kraken and more.
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Carl Martin

Williamstown, Vt.—Carl A. Martin passed away at home on October 14, 2021. Carl was born August 9, 1934 in South Royalton, Vt.. He graduated from South Royalton High School in 1954. He married Rebecca A. “Becky” Howe. She was his loving wife for 60 years, passing away six years ago. In 1968, Carl settled the Martin Farm on Baptist Street […]
ROYALTON, VT
WVNews

Carl Martin

FAIRPLAY — Carl “Dennis” Martin, 68, of Fairplay, passed away on Friday, Oct. 8, 2021. Born Dec. 5, 1952, in Oakland, he was the son of the late Carl Alvin and Pearl (Snyder) Martin. Dennis was a hardworking man with an eye for creating beautiful things. His passion for woodworking...
GEORGIA STATE
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Carl Martin – Brian Dawkins Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

Note: The following appears in the Boston College football gameday program. Dabo Swinney has a celebrated tradition of excellence when it comes to walk-ons. Hunter Renfrow heads that list and has a Burlsworth Trophy (national award that goes each year to the top college football player who began his career as a walk-on) to show for it.
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Carl Martin Introduces New Envelope Filter, “The Ottawa” Pedal

Carl Martin has announced a new optical envelope filter called the Ottawa, which they say mimics the sound of a wah pedal without needing to actually step on a wah. “Really a great pedal for soloing and for rhythm work, whether you are into ‘those’ psychedelic 60’s, or the disco era of the later 70’s, or any other music that requires this unique sound,” the company writes.
Guitar World Magazine

Carl Martin debuts streamlined Ottawa Vintage Optical Envelope filter pedal

Carl Martin has unveiled its latest modulation pedal, the Ottawa Vintage Optical Envelope filter. Ottawa, auto-wah... get it?. The tongue-in-cheek pedal – supposedly named after Canada’s capital city and the "wah-wah-wah" of the politicians who reside there – is a beefed-up version of the brand’s pre-existing Optical Envelope Filter, and aims to deliver psych-inspired auto-pilot wah sounds.