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Iceman78
Joined: Jun 8 2019
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Pan and stereo delay

June 08, 2019 - 07:55 am

Hi to every one, i’ ve bought a h9 few days ago but as a newbie i’ve some difficulties with the device. I would to know if i can pan a reverb only on one output. Also if i can use a stereo delay with two different settings of time, feedback and mix. Is it possibile?

mjahoger
Joined: Sep 20 2018
Posts: 33
June 08, 2019 - 10:15 am

Iceman78 wrote:

Hi to every one, i’ ve bought a h9 few days ago but as a newbie i’ve some difficulties with the device. I would to know if i can pan a reverb only on one output. Also if i can use a stereo delay with two different settings of time, feedback and mix. Is it possibile?

 

You can pan the reverb in one channel, by setting the routing of the H9 to "wet-dry" (under Pedal Settings>General Settings>Routing).

You then can choose for each individual preset whether you want the effect in stereo, wet(L) dry(R), or dry(L) wet(R).

 

With respect to the stereo delay, several delays have individual settings for time and feedback, but mix is always the same. However, feedback settings do affect mix levels.

 

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bohan
Joined: Jan 9 2018
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June 08, 2019 - 11:19 pm

Iceman78 wrote:

Hi to every one, i’ ve bought a h9 few days ago but as a newbie i’ve some difficulties with the device. I would to know if i can pan a reverb only on one output. Also if i can use a stereo delay with two different settings of time, feedback and mix. Is it possibile?

Most delay algorithms in H9 have two DELAY (AB), FEEDBACK (AB), and Delay Mix, which can adjust the mix between two delays.

Iceman78
Joined: Jun 8 2019
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June 09, 2019 - 04:53 am

Thanks