H9 Algorithm Request

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    • #114259
      mad6stringer
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      Sorry if this has been requested before, but I’d love to see the 8 parallel modulated delay algorithm added to the H9. No other pedal currently produced has this. The Yamaha Magicstomp series had this and is FANTASTIC. The chorus, reverb, and delay sounds that can be created with these parallel delays are second to none. PLEASE add this algorithm to the H9! Thanks!

    • #146785
      brock
      Participant
      mad6stringer wrote:
      … the 8 parallel modulated delay algorithm added to the H9 …

      You know, I really like this idea.  Prime candidate for a little extra ‘Eventide touch’.  I’ve been burning some brain cells on how all of those individual parameters could fit inside the 10 ‘knob’ paradigm.  It’d certainly have to compromise something; somewhere.  Maybe a spread of fixed pan positions, and no inline filters.

      If all six seconds of delay memory were available, that would still break down to 750 ms. per ‘tap’.  Perhaps some minimal band-limiting ‘magic’ a la looper could stretch it to 1.5 seconds, or thereabouts.  Two knobs of 4 taps for overall delay time.  Two knobs of ‘patterns’ (think HarPeggiator) for each set of 4 tap levels.  Two controls for the kinds of combined feedback types we’ve seen lately.

      The remaining four parameters … Somehow, you’d have to shoehorn in modulation speed(s), depth(s), waveform(s), sync or phase offset among LFOs.  And that’s considering the wet/dry and relative delay levels are handled elsewhere.  I don’t know what the DSP requirements would be for 8 programmable LFOs.  Maybe a set of quadrature LFOs?  (I’m getting impractical / greedy, but that makes me think barberpole flanging).

      I’d love to see how the ‘page 2’ routing would be presented under the H9 Control app.  surprise

    • #146789
      Bodde
      Participant

      Ok I like that idea! I used to own two Yamaha UD stomp pedals. Great pedal. Complicated but great.

    • #147310
      rockstarjazzcat
      Participant

      I’m able to get this going with Max 7 and some programming skills, but I really need the algorithm from the H9.  The UDStomp and Magicstomp service manuals are easy to obtain and outline the construction, something that everyone seems to be near-missing on.  Folks on the Holdsworth forums will be racing to purchase if someone gets this right.

      So bump to mad6stringer’s suggestion, I second it, and really hope you’ll take it seriously.  Many thanks from Denver, CO.  Daniel

       

    • #152028
      jac
      Participant

      Bump, For a great idea!!!

    • #152036
      mjahoger
      Member

      I would love this feature as well, as it would allow one to replicate a circular delay sound reminiscent of the delays used by Lukather – assuming you can pan the delays individually over the stereo spectrum.

    • #152110
      marcusm750
      Member
      mad6stringer wrote:
      …I’d love to see the 8 parallel modulated delay algorithm added to the H9. No other pedal currently produced has this. The Yamaha Magicstomp series had this and is FANTASTIC.

      mjahoger wrote:
      I would love this feature as well, as it would allow one to replicate a circular delay sound reminiscent of the delays used by Lukather – assuming you can pan the delays individually over the stereo spectrum.

      Yeah, that would be a killer addition to the H9!

      https://www.eventideaudio.com/community/forum/stompboxes/circular-panning-delays-h9s-ultratap

       

    • #155075
      mad6stringer
      Participant

      Bump… Thank you so much for the Crystals plug-in!!!

    • #155485
      mjahoger
      Member

      Any news on a new algorithm?
      (Multitap delay with control over the time, feedback, panning, level and modulation of each tap, pretty please)

    • #155489
      camn
      Participant

      They never tell ahead of announcements, silly geese.

    • #155567
      rskaudio
      Participant

      Hey all,

      Not sure if any of ya’s have an H9000 as well but I saw this thread and put an algorithm together based on it. Already getting some really nice sounds out of it! The algorithm file is here and a short demo here.

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