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September 15, 2009 at 3:55 pm #106435jfcharlesMember
The drawing for this algorithm in the doc shows a send (S) right after the EQ. I can't find it when playing with the unit. Is it there?
I tried to use the TRIM parameter in the EQ instead, but the implementation is not good for performance: when we change this parameter with an external, no audio xfade/audio line connects old and new values, and that results in clicks in the signal when we change the TRIM (usually that doesn't happen when the algorithm has a send).
Is there another way to doing that?
Thanks for you help,
September 15, 2009 at 4:16 pm #119039IDeangelisMember
the S can also be labeled MANUAL_PED. It's the same function and it's patched to EXT_1, which is assigned to Pedal 1 as factory default.
September 15, 2009 at 4:53 pm #119040jfcharlesMember
Thanks for the answer!
Yes, it does work IF I set the EFFECT (in Parameters-> Pedal) to volume.
Problem is: I want to use the wammy transposition fixed to -1200 for instance. To achieve that, I have to set the EFFECT to wammy, otherwise, I don't get any transposition, right?
But when I set the EFFECT to wammy, then I can't control the "volume" anymore, right?
Actually, as far as I understand, in this algorithm, there is a choice (eXclusive OR) between the volume, the wammy, and the wawa. Or what am I missing there?
Thanks for your help!
September 15, 2009 at 5:13 pm #130135IDeangelisMember
Yep. You have to choose which fx is controlled by the pedal…either …or…or.
You may place a second algorithm after this one, in series, and use its SEND for level control.
September 15, 2009 at 5:55 pm #130136jfcharlesMember
That's what I feared, thanks for the confirmation!
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