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dannyagogo
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heres one i received from hri web site hope you all like

Mod Delay

"Set Global Wet/Dry to 100% (all wet).
Let's do All I Want Is You with AMS style shimmer.
First, we need to set up the algorhythms and the routing.

Set FXA to be Vintage Delay. Set FXB to be reverse 4 plex.

Set the Routing to Dual.

Under Levels, set the FXA Mix and FXB Mix to 100%. Set FXA Levels to -15.4dB for A-1 and for A-2. Set FXB Levels to -3dB for B-1 and for B-2. The reason we're setting these to -3 is because the Crystal Echoes (that we won't do now) needs an additional 3dB, so we're building it in at this point.

Ok, once that's all set, go to Edit FXA.

Go to the Delays tab.

Send 100%
Level 0dB
Delay1 489ms (will be set when you select the two T-Delay settings and then set the tempo)
Delay2 489ms (will be set when you select the two T-Delay settings and then set the tempo)
T_Delay1 dot 1/8
T_Delay2 dot 1/8
(these are for a tempo of 92bpm)
Depth1 0.6ms
Depth2 0.6ms
Sweep lfo sync
Lowcut 40Hz
Hicut 8000Hz
Fback 30%
FB Type self
Image 0%
Texture Modern

Then go to the LFO tab

Rate 4.09Hz
T_Rate dot 1/16
Shape Sine
Duty 50%
Polarity Unipolar
Retrig 1 cycle
Angle 0 deg

OK, then go to Edit FXB and go to the Masters tab.

Send 0% (you'll want to assign this to a mod – I use Exp 1 so I can bring the shimmer in and out with a pedal, but I save it as 0% so the shimmer is off when the preset first comes up)
Level 0dB
Decay -60%
Size 100%
Pitch 100%
Hicut 0dB
Lowcut -9dB
Hifreq 8000Hz
Lowfreq 450Hz
Image 0%

Then go to the Plex tab and to the Pitch tab

Pitch1 1202 cnts
Pitch2 1198 cnts
Pitch3 2403 cnts
Pitch4 2397 cnts

Then Delays tab

Length1 1000ms
Length2 500ms
Length3 250ms
Length4 750ms

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Then Mixer tab

Level1 -6dB
Level2 -Mod Delay

"Set Global Wet/Dry to 100% (all wet).
Let's do All I Want Is You with AMS style shimmer.
First, we need to set up the algorhythms and the routing.

Set FXA to be Vintage Delay. Set FXB to be reverse 4 plex.

Set the Routing to Dual.

Under Levels, set the FXA Mix and FXB Mix to 100%. Set FXA Levels to -15.4dB for A-1 and for A-2. Set FXB Levels to -3dB for B-1 and for B-2. The reason we're setting these to -3 is because the Crystal Echoes (that we won't do now) needs an additional 3dB, so we're building it in at this point.

Ok, once that's all set, go to Edit FXA.

Go to the Delays tab.

Send 100%
Level 0dB
Delay1 489ms (will be set when you select the two T-Delay settings and then set the tempo)
Delay2 489ms (will be set when you select the two T-Delay settings and then set the tempo)
T_Delay1 dot 1/8
T_Delay2 dot 1/8
(these are for a tempo of 92bpm)
Depth1 0.6ms
Depth2 0.6ms
Sweep lfo sync
Lowcut 40Hz
Hicut 8000Hz
Fback 30%
FB Type self
Image 0%
Texture Modern

Then go to the LFO tab

Rate 4.09Hz
T_Rate dot 1/16
Shape Sine
Duty 50%
Polarity Unipolar
Retrig 1 cycle
Angle 0 deg

OK, then go to Edit FXB and go to the Masters tab.

Send 0% (you'll want to assign this to a mod – I use Exp 1 so I can bring the shimmer in and out with a pedal, but I save it as 0% so the shimmer is off when the preset first comes up)
Level 0dB
Decay -60%
Size 100%
Pitch 100%
Hicut 0dB
Lowcut -9dB
Hifreq 8000Hz
Lowfreq 450Hz
Image 0%

Then go to the Plex tab and to the Pitch tab

Pitch1 1202 cnts
Pitch2 1198 cnts
Pitch3 2403 cnts
Pitch4 2397 cnts

Then Delays tab

Length1 1000ms
Length2 500ms
Length3 250ms
Length4 750ms

Then Mixer tab

Level1 -6dB
Level2 -6dB
Level3 0dB
Level4 0dB

Pan1 -50%
Pan2 50%
Pan3 -100%
Pan4 100%

At that point you should be good, though you'll want to assign your own Hot Keys. Hint: set a Hot Key for the FXA Levels (A-1 and A-2) instead of the Delay Level. This gives you finer control as it goes by .1dB at a time instead of 1dB increments."6dB
Level3 0dB
Level4 0dB

Pan1 -50%
Pan2 50%
Pan3 -100%
Pan4 100%

At that point you should be good, though you'll want to assign your own Hot Keys. Hint: set a Hot Key for the FXA Levels (A-1 and A-2) instead of the Delay Level. This gives you finer control as it goes by .1dB at a time instead of 1dB increments."

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