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    • #107985
      microwerx
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      Hello,

      I have a question about using the Tremolo on my Mod Factor. I want to recreate a Fendery opto style tremolo and a Vox bias style tremolo. My question is, which LFO will recreate the appropriate waveforms for these effects? I've just been using one of the presets that sounds good, but when I try to create my own, it doesn't sound quite right. For example, when I try to recreate a Fender type tremolo, I expect it to be kind of square wave like, but the square wave is on/off/on/off…but not quite like the vintage circuit…so it sounds like I'm using a Boss slicer type effect. Any advice?

      My second question is, does anyone have some good Small Stone style patches they've come up with for their Mod Factors?

      Any help and advice would be immensely appreciated.

    • #122404
      achaput
      Moderator

      Hello,

      For the style of Tremolo you're looking for I would start with Factory Preset 7:1, Tumbleweed Trem. It uses a SINE wave.

    • #148404
      brickbriscoe
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      so more or less set up preset list on both and they will coincide if I do the first thing?

      • #148405
        bohan
        Moderator
        Eventide Staff
        brickbriscoe wrote:

        so more or less set up preset list on both and they will coincide if I do the first thing?

        Yes. For instance, if you switch the first H9 to preset 10, the second H9 will also go to preset 10. 

      • #152419
        brickbriscoe
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        bohan wrote:

        brickbriscoe wrote:

        so more or less set up preset list on both and they will coincide if I do the first thing?

        Yes. For instance, if you switch the first H9 to preset 10, the second H9 will also go to preset 10. 

        so if i want it to switch the second one to “bypassed” is there something i need to do?  when i’m switiching the sercond one comes in armed as well

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    • #148396
      brickbriscoe
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      you answered my question before I even asked!  thanks.  now if i can find a tutuorial on linking my two h9 via midi for my set list using one to change both units as needed i’m all set!

      thaks

      Brick

      achaput wrote:

      Hello,

      For the style of Tremolo you’re looking for I would start with Factory Preset 7:1, Tumbleweed Trem. It uses a SINE wave.

    • #148401
      bohan
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff
      brickbriscoe wrote:

      If I can find a tutorial on linking my two h9 via midi for my set list using one to change both units as needed I'm all set!

      If you just want to use one H9 to control another H9 when you switch presets, it's easy. Just use a MIDI cable to connect your H9s. Go to your first H9's setting menu by pressing and holding HOTKNOB and right footswitch, and set as follows: Settings->MIDI->PGM.XMT->turn it to ON, then you are all set. If you want to transmit more messages and control more parameters/expression, this thread may be helpful: https://www.eventideaudio.com/community/forum/stompboxes/controlling-pitchfactor-and-modfactor-midi

    • #152424
      bohan
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      Eventide Staff
      brickbriscoe wrote:

      so if i want it to switch the second one to "bypassed" is there something i need to do?  when i'm switiching the sercond one comes in armed as well

      Every preset in H9 can be saved with "Bypassed" or "Activated". If you bypass this preset and save it again. When you switch to this preset it should be bypassed.

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