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August 6, 2019 at 12:00 pm #1154541moreknobMember
I’ve been a TC GMajor 2 user for a very long time. I run it in the FX Loop of my Bogner XTC
I control the GMajor with a Rocktron All Access, run in stop box mode. Basically, there are three rows of 5 switches. The bottom 10 select Patch changes, and the top 5 allow me the ability to turn individual FX’s on or off. Those switches are set globally, so #1 is always reverb, two is delay etc.. When I select a patch, the All Access determines if the FX is on or off per preset.
In the GMajor, each patch’s output volume is adjustable, from zero backward. This allows me to have a volume boost for solos, by having gain reduction on the non solo patches. Simply reducing the output by 4-5db works.
*Can I set up the same type of functionality with the H9?
*In each Patch, are multiple FX active? Chorus, reverb and delay on the same patch for example?
*If so, can I remotely turn the Individual FX’s on and off with the All Access without changing the patch using MIDI CC?
If what I learned on YouTube is correct, I can reduce the output gain of each patch. Is that correct? This allows me to have a patch or two with no gain reduction effectively acting as a solo boost. This works quite well.
Thanks for any help.
August 6, 2019 at 3:24 pm #152461bohanModeratorEventide Staff1moreknob wrote:*Can I set up the same type of functionality with the H9?
Basically, yes,1moreknob wrote:*In each Patch, are multiple FX active?
You can only use 1 algorithm on H9 at a time. However, there are some algrithms with multiple effects, like SpaceTime and PitchFuzz. Please see demo videos for more details:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDCURROB8P0Show More...1moreknob wrote:*If so, can I remotely turn the Individual FX’s on and off with the All Access without changing the patch using MIDI CC?Show Less...
Yes, each parameter in H9 can be remotely controlled by MIDI CC messages1moreknob wrote:If what I learned on YouTube is correct, I can reduce the output gain of each patch. Is that correct?
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