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dariothery
Joined: May 18 2009
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Using the Time factor as master volume controller

dariothery
June 27, 2009 - 02:51 pm

I was thinking about using the expression pedal as a master volume control, via timefactor.

The idea is to enable the Killdry function and then controll the mix level via pedal.

Do you have any smart idea on how to program the timefactor???

Thanx a lot!

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achaput
Joined: Jan 9 2008
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achaput
June 29, 2009 - 01:55 pm

You can use TimeFactor (or PitchFactor) as a master volume controller:

  • Turn Killdry to YES in the System/Bypass/Killdry menu.
  • Turn Delays, Filters, and Feedback to 0. On PitchFactor set Pitches to Unison.
  • Assign Expression Pedal to control the Mix knob.

You could also expermiment with various settings of the Dly Mix knob (TimeFactor) or Pitch Mix knob (PitchFactor.) This way you could use one effect engine as your 'dry' signal and ther other as your effected signal, changing the overall volume with an expression pedal assigned to Mix knob.