H8000 FW criteria search question

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    • #116657
      mathieulapaz
      Member

      Hi everybody

       

      I’m a newbie. So I guess stupid question but… 

      Using the criteria search engine of my H8000 FW, I can look for presets which are sorted by name, number… I can also search by effect. 

      So when I push the “List” knob, I see all presets per effect.

      Great!

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      But When I search by Source or Source+ effects, I always see: no presets found. 

      Off course I checked that “any” was assigned to location, inputs, outputs, show,…

      On the source page, I also assigned guitar, drums,…

       

      I already did a factory reset but same result. What am I doing wrong?

       

      Cheers

       

      Mathieu

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      nickrose
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      Eventide Staff

      Are you using the latest version ?

      I'm out of the office and don't have an h8000 to hand. I'll check next week.

       

    • #158672
      tbskoglund
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      Eventide Staff

      Hi Mathieu, 

      Please see this note from page 117 of the H8000 user manual for an explanation: https://s3.amazonaws.com/com.eventide.downloads/Product+Manuals/H8000OperatingManual.pdf

      "Unlike categorization by effects type, there is no way to see categorization by intended source on the list menu page in the PROGRAM area. However, as we will see shortly, categorization by source becomes very handy once you start searching for programs. When you save your own programs or your own tweaks of factory programs, you can assign source "flags" yourself on the sources menu page in the PROGRAM area. Here the Vocals and Special FX flags are on. "

      So, you'll have to save your own tweaks of the factory presets and add whatever source flags you like to use the "Source" filtering. 

      Let me know if that works. 

      -Tyler

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