Share Blackhole settings/presets between the pedal and VST?

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    • #116105
      benstat
      Member

      Hi,

      I’m a sucker for a spacey, ambient reverb, and I just learned about the new Blackhole pedal which looks great.

      That lead me to discover the VST, which I’m surprised to learn has been around for years. Not sure how I missed it until now.

      Anyway, I’m considering buying both – the VST for my DAW and the pedal for when I’m away from my PC.

      My question is – can you share settings/presets between the two?

      Seems very unlikely, but it would seal the deal if it is possible. I saw the USB connector and the Eventide Device Manager software, which gives me hope.

      I’d love to mess around with the pedal away from my DAW, find some settings I like, then save it as a preset for use with the VST.

      Thanks!

    • #155830
      joecozzi
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      Eventide Staff

      No, you cannot share presets between the pedal and the VST. They are different in that the plug-in does have an extended range on the Size knob that makes more sense in a production environment; it ranges from -10 to120 versus just 0–100, like the algorithm on Space, H9, and Blackhole. That negative range on the plug-in renders interesting comb filtering sounds that make more sense in a mix.

      They do, however, function and sound almost exactly the same. If you were to stay with the ranges of the pedal (0–100) you can most definitely achieve the same results between the two products.

    • #155831
      benstat
      Member
      joecozzi wrote:

      No, you cannot share presets between the pedal and the VST. They are different in that the plug-in does have an extended range on the Size knob that makes more sense in a production environment; it ranges from -10 to120 versus just 0–100, like the algorithm on Space, H9, and Blackhole. That negative range on the plug-in renders interesting comb filtering sounds that make more sense in a mix.

      They do, however, function and sound almost exactly the same. If you were to stay with the ranges of the pedal (0–100) you can most definitely achieve the same results between the two products.

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      Thanks for the quick reply.

      I’m not at all surprised, but I it was worth checking.

      Got a feeling I’ll buy them both anyway since they sound so awesome!

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