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December 13, 2020 at 12:53 pm #116248Salvatore_MieleParticipant
I’m writing because I’m reorganizing my pedalboard and I have a doubt.
I want to use my Electro Harmonix Superego by sending the send into the input 1 of the PitchFactor, sending the output 1 of the Pitchfactor into the return of the Superego.
I’ve already tried it and it works, my question is, can I use output 2 of the Pitchfactor to send the signal to another pedal?
This is a Strymon Timeline delay pedal that is controlled by an external true bypass looper, so input 1 (left) is used for the send of the looper, output 1 (left) goes into input 1 of an Eventide Space, output 1 of the Space goes to the return of the looper.
In this way, the only possibility I have is to send the output 2 of the PitchFactor into the input 2 of the delay pedal.
I did a test, the signal comes in and is heard, but it is very low, maybe it’s just the wet signal…
I was wondering if I had to set a particular routing internally to the pedal and if in this case it is necessary to set the kill dry
Thank you very much!
December 13, 2020 at 12:59 pm #156587nickroseModeratorEventide Staff
If you connect to both outputs of an Eventide stompbox, each output will be half of a stereo pair, so if you use one of them as a send, it will miss part of the signal. But, try it and see.
The pedals don't have any internal routing, beyond that used for Pre/Post or Wet/Dry modes (see UM).
You would normally only use killdry with a parallel effects loop, or an effects send and return from a mixer.
December 27, 2020 at 1:46 pm #156681davebrubakerParticipant
Hey Sal – Maybe you could split the output signal signal with a Y cable or buffered splitter. JHS makes a great buffered splitter. You could eve hide under your board if you’re using a raised board.
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