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    • #167756
      senseofsound34
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      Can a mono loop be configured during stereo effect with h90? In this setting, the in-out is as follows:
      In 1/2 = Stereo Source
      Out 3 = signal send (to mono effect)
      In 3 = signal return (from mono effect)
      Out 1/2 = Master output.
      Also, I want to know what signals can be sent out 3 (the dry signal or after processing blocks).

    • #167760
      joecozzi
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      Eventide Staff

      Can a mono loop be configured during stereo effect with h90? In this setting, the in-out is as follows:In 1/2 = Stereo SourceOut 3 = signal send (to mono effect)In 3 = signal return (from mono effect)Out 1/2 = Master output.

      Yes. If a mono insert is used in a stereo signal chain, the algorithms configure themselves for mono output if placed after an algorithm. If placed before, the H90 treats it as mono in stereo out.

      Also, I want to know what signals can be sent out 3 (the dry signal or after processing blocks).

      Each insert has a Mix control that adjusts the balance between the H90’s signal and the loop effect at the insert point; by default, Mix is set at 100%. So the answer to your question depends on where in the signal chain the Insert is placed. If placed before any effects, you’ll be able to send dry signal. If the insert(s) appears after any algorithm, you can send that signal and adjust the mix between the insert and that algorithm’s signal.

    • #167771
      uncuredporkpie
      Participant

      Am I able to incorporate the h90 into my boss es8 loop selector with one algorithm in mono in one loop, and the second in stereo in another loop?

      This would let me position other stomps before, between and after the two h90 fx.

      Many thanks

    • #167772
      joecozzi
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      Yes. This would be optimal using Dual Routing mode, where the H90 essentially becomes two separate effects processors. Each path, A or B, can be run in mono or stereo.

    • #167773
      uncuredporkpie
      Participant

      Great – thank you

    • #167782
      senseofsound34
      Participant

      Thank you so much!

    • #167929
      WimDB
      Participant

      Another H90 routing question:

      Can the stereo output in (Dual Inserts with a DAW or Mixing Console mode) of engine A & B be summed together tot output 1 & 2 of the unit ?

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      • #167931
        joecozzi
        Moderator
        Eventide Staff

        No. In Dual Mode, the H90 behaves like two separate stereo effects processors and cannot be combined or summed.

        If you’re up for experimenting, try switching to Insert Mode and putting the algorithms in parallel routing. Next, create a stereo insert and place it before algorithm “B.” Connect one path to I/O 1&2 like normal but connect the other path to inputs 3&4, which are the insert inputs. I imagine, since only the Return of the insert is connected as an input, none of the signal from I/O 1&2 is mixed with the insert effectively giving you two separate paths. Consequently, since the algorithms are in parallel they get summed at the end like you want. Try that.

    • #167935
      WimDB
      Participant

      We’re going to try this, thanks for the advice.

       

      Should it still be possible via further software updates, it would be fabulous !

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