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    • #113087
      johnboy10
      Member

      Hi Guys 

      Hope this is not a dumb questionsmiley.  

      Using Time factor i want to set delay A @ 375mS and Delay B @ 500mS. I want these to be dotted 8th notes.  

      With the tempo button inactive the delay times are set to mS. when active they say Dotted 1/4 and 1/2 triplet.

      How do I set it up so both Delays are Dotted 8th notes and the times are 375mS and 500mS

       

      Thanx

       

       

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    • #141794
      johnboy10
      Member

      Sorry for the confusion.

      I’m trying to emulate Andy Timmons delay setting. He uses a Timeline. He say the one side of the the delay is 375mS and the other is 500mS. he also says they are set to Dotted 8th notes.

      • #141795
        jfirlik
        Moderator
        Eventide Staff

        jfirlik wrote:
        Help me understand your question… if the millisecond delay times are different, they can't both be dotted 8th notes.  The beat subdivisions that appear are a factor of the tempo of the box and the delay times; If you want 375mS to be your dotted 8th, then 120bpm is the tempo you're looking for. You can set this manually by pressing the tap tempo switch and turning the encoder knob to the correct tempo.

        Johnboy10 wrote:
        Sorry for the confusion. I'm trying to emulate Andy Timmons delay setting. He uses a Timeline. He say the one side of the the delay is 375mS and the other is 500mS. he also says they are set to Dotted 8th notes.

        Ah okay, I'm guessing he's at 120bpm then, because 375mS would be a dotted 8th and 500mS a quarter note.  In any case, you can set the times directly as milliseconds and just play at 120, or set the tempo first and then set the subdivisions in tempo mode.  If you set them as milliseconds and then switch to tempo mode, the subdivisions shown wil reflect the position of the knob and not necessarily the millisecond times you entered.

      • #141796
        johnboy10
        Member
        jfirlik wrote:

        jfirlik wrote:
        Help me understand your question… if the millisecond delay times are different, they can't both be dotted 8th notes.  The beat subdivisions that appear
        are a factor of the tempo of the box and the delay times; If you want 375mS to be your dotted 8th, then 120bpm is the tempo you're looking for. You can set this manually by pressing the tap tempo switch and turning the encoder knob to the correct tempo.

        Johnboy10 wrote:
        Sorry for the confusion. I'm trying to emulate Andy Timmons delay setting. He uses a Timeline. He say the one side of the the delay is 375mS and the other is 500mS. he also says they are set to Dotted 8th notes.

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        Ah okay, I'm guessing he's at 120bpm then, because 375mS would be a dotted 8th and 500mS a quarter note.  In any case, you can set the times directly as milliseconds and just play at 120, or set the tempo first and then set the subdivisions in tempo mode.  If you set them as milliseconds and then switch to tempo mode, the subdivisions shown wil reflect the position of the knob and not necessarily the millisecond times you entered.

        Cool thank you

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    • #141798
      Bodde
      Participant

      Better to set delay A to 1/8 dot and delay B to 1/4 and then use tap tempo to tap the tempo of the song. If you set it to ms you are stuck with the 120 bpm tempo. That’s only useful if you play with a click.

    • #141801
      johnboy10
      Member

      Thanks for the replys guys.

      very helpful

       

       

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