That’s an apt description (for your presets, and the SpaceTime algo as a whole). Very nice stuff. It’s great to see the different approaches that people take when programming presets. Notice how smoothly the Delays crossfade when sweeping between values? At first, I thought that it might be masking from the reverb, but modulations of delay times sound very good in isolation. I based a few of my own presets on that high tolerance for pedal abuse.
I managed to sneak in Golden Ratios, as well [HotSwitch option in that ‘Bigsby Berkeley’ preset]. I was always pretty skeptical of Fibonacci hype, and yet they keep showing up in more & more of my presets. I see that you included HotSwitch programming in those presets. If I can ask: Were they ‘residual’ HotSwitch settings, or 100% intentional? Difficulties programming in the settings? I ask because of past HotSwitch quirks, and possibly the same for SpaceTime.
I’ve taken on a new process for HotSwitch programming. I’m finding it more reliable to create a ‘blank’ neutral preset for each algorithm. Minimum or average settings for each parameter; no expression pedal mappings; zeroed HotSwitch settings. Not only does it give me a ‘tabula rasa’ programming template to start from, but I don’t seem to get caught up with parameter values that don’t stick to the HotSwitch. I haven’t used this system with all of the algorithms yet, but it’s in progress.