Eventide H9 Mix knob behavior

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      kk66
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      I was discussing with a friend about how the MIX Knob on H9 works and as we have different

      theories would you at Eventide please clarify which of the 2 above statements is correct?

       

      1)  Increasing the MIX value from 0 (full Dry) the Wet signal appears while the Dry singal is 

           progressively reduced  up to 100% (full Wet).

      2) Increasing the MIX value from 0% (full Dry) the wet signal appears while the Dry signal

          remains untouched up to 50% Mix.  From 50% to 100% the Wet signal remain untouched

          while the Dry signal is progressively reduced up to zero (full Wet).

       

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      kk66
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      Anyone can clarify this? thanks again.

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        kk66
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        kk66 wrote:
        Anyone can clarify this? thanks again.

         

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    • #147536
      DGillespie
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      Eventide Staff
      Hi KK66,

       

      For most algorithms in H9 what you describe in #2 is what we do.  We tried a couple different implementations, but found that in practice people didn't want their dry sound to fade when they brought the effect in.  I'm certain that in some places in H9 we're using a different mix law, but for the most part, we're using what you describe in #2.

       

      Thanks,

      Dan

      • #147550
        kk66
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        DGillespie wrote:

        Hi KK66,

         

        For most algorithms in H9 what you describe in #2 is what we do.  We tried a couple different implementations, but found that in practice people didn’t want their dry sound to fade when they brought the effect in.  I’m certain that in some places in H9 we’re using a different mix law, but for the most part, we’re using what you describe in #2.

         

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        Thanks,

        Dan

         

         

        Thanks!

         

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