Thank you for developing such a high quality and powerful processor in such a tiny format. As an Eclipse user and Axe FX owner, using in WDW live rigs and studio outboard HW, I’ve grown accustomed to setting up parallel paths for delays where the Exp feeds the volume in to ideally control the delay level between a set range; however, I can’t figure out how to do this within a song algorithm block. I hope it’s just something easy I’ve missed in getting used to a new workflow. If it doesn’t exist already, it would be cool to add an input volume on the front of each path (maybe on second page of each blocks editing window that most users would just leave at 100%.
There are input gain parameters for the Program and each Preset. Depending on how you have your W/D/W rig setup, you should be able to map the expression pedal to one of those input gains to control the delay level.
You could also turn kill dry on for your delay algorithms, or for the entire program, and map the expression pedal to the mix knob and that will work in a similar way.
Thank you for the info—I can’t wait to dig into it! Not sure if this should become a separate post, but I’m simply astonished at the 3-dimensional image of the delay block in the Another Brick program. What on earth is going on there? I was working on new preset using this as a template and thought I was hearing/mis-sensing things at first after exercising in maybe too much heat!