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    • #112909
      jarvis1227
      Member

      I have 2 H9s max. I was wondering if anyone knew of an algorithm or preset that does/sounds strings (like a violin and cello combined). The shimmer reverb is close.

    • #140856
      brock
      Participant

      Here are a couple of presets that I posted earlier here.  More of a string ensemble-type of effect.

      Expression Pedal Heel = TONE -15

      Expression Pedal Heel =  SLURM 35

      Expression Pedal Toe =  TONE 35

      Expression Pedal Toe =   SLURM 100

       

      HotSwitch OFF = LENGTH 2000 mS

      HotSwitch OFF =  RISE 0

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      HotSwitch ON = LENGTH 0mS

      HotSwitch ON =  RISE 50 

       

      Expression Pedal Heel = B-PITCH 2400c

      Expression Pedal Toe =  B-PITCH 700c

       

      HotSwitch OFF = PITCH-DECAY 100

      HotSwitch ON =   PITCH+VERB FRZ 

       

      But with 2 H9 Maxes, you could also split up the ‘string’ and ‘shimmer / octaves’ into two separate presets (in series).  For the initial preset, I’ll use something like the following image.  The expression pedal and HotSwitch assignments give a variety of ‘scrape’ and attack characteristics.  Or go with something like the MangleVerb preset below that.  Fixed ‘attack’, strictly for staccato work, and with a little expression pedal ‘wobble’ to fill out the depth of effect with modulation.

      Expression Pedal Heel = RISE  99

      Expression Pedal Toe =  RISE   0

       

      HotSwitch OFF = LENGTH  150 mS

      HotSwitch OFF = TAPS  32

      HotSwitch ON =   LENGTH  250 mS

      HotSwitch ON =  TAPS  64

       

      Expression Pedal Heel = WOBBLE  0

      Expression Pedal Toe =  WOBBLE  40

       

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      • #153268
        atillaazizi
        Participant

        Hi, I’m new here and just bought h9 max for my violin so is it possible to share this presets as a file so I can import it. Thank you so much

        brock wrote:

        Here are a couple of presets that I posted earlier here.  More of a string ensemble-type of effect.

        Expression Pedal Heel = TONE -15

        Expression Pedal Heel =  SLURM 35

        Expression Pedal Toe =  TONE 35

        Expression Pedal Toe =   SLURM 100

         

        Show More...

        HotSwitch OFF = LENGTH 2000 mS

        HotSwitch OFF =  RISE 0

        HotSwitch ON = LENGTH 0mS

        HotSwitch ON =  RISE 50 

         

        Expression Pedal Heel = B-PITCH 2400c

        Expression Pedal Toe =  B-PITCH 700c

         

        HotSwitch OFF = PITCH-DECAY 100

        HotSwitch ON =   PITCH+VERB FRZ 

         

        But with 2 H9 Maxes, you could also split up the ‘string’ and ‘shimmer / octaves’ into two separate presets (in series).  For the initial preset, I’ll use something like the following image.  The expression pedal and HotSwitch assignments give a variety of ‘scrape’ and attack characteristics.  Or go with something like the MangleVerb preset below that.  Fixed ‘attack’, strictly for staccato work, and with a little expression pedal ‘wobble’ to fill out the depth of effect with modulation.

        Expression Pedal Heel = RISE  99

        Expression Pedal Toe =  RISE   0

         

        HotSwitch OFF = LENGTH  150 mS

        HotSwitch OFF = TAPS  32

        HotSwitch ON =   LENGTH  250 mS

        HotSwitch ON =  TAPS  64

         

        Expression Pedal Heel = WOBBLE  0

        Expression Pedal Toe =  WOBBLE  40

         

        Show Less...
    • #140857
      jarvis1227
      Member

      Awesome. Thanks so much. I’ll try these.

    • #153394
      daviddb
      Participant

      Have you checked out the preset sharing page?

       

      https://www.eventideaudio.com/presetsharing?field_h9_control_group_value=All&field_algorithm_ref_nid=All&keys=&uid=

      You can search for the preset name, or by algorithm…

      I would imagine they are in there – Brock’s a bit of preset legend!

       

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