VSig (or VSigX): Converting Presets from Stereo to Mono

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    • #108055
      jcshirke
      Member

      I need a couple algorithms converted from stereo to mono. I would pay someone to do it for me in VSig, or I would pay someone to give me some guidance on how to do it myself.

      Ideally, I'd like to learn how to do it myself, since I'm sure I'll need to convert some more presets from stereo to mono down the road. If someone could do the first couple for me, then maybe I could use those as models for how to do them next one(s) myself. Just a thought.

      Please give me a shout, if you are able to help.

      Thanks,

      Jeff

    • #122528
      DanielH
      Member

      Hi,

      We can help you, easiest way to make a preset mono is to insert "add" modules as the first and the last in audio chain.

      Best, DanielH

    • #122529
      jcshirke
      Member

      Thanks…but what kind of module? I assume a mixer of some kind, but I'm such a novice at this that I'd need either step-by-step instructions about what connections to make, or it might be easier for someone else to do it, and then I can open up the VSig file and see how they've done it.

      Thanks,

      Jeff

    • #133698
      DanielH
      Member

      Yeah, I meant math module "ADD" to mix two audio signals as one.

      By the way, which editor you have available ?  I can provide a simple step-by-step picture instructions for you tomorrow.

      Best, Danielh

    • #133699
      jcshirke
      Member

      Oh! lol  Sorry about that. See, I told you I was a complete beginner. :)_

      I use a Mac, so I have VSigX. Thanks very much for your help.

      Jeff

    • #133704
      DanielH
      Member

      Hi, on more question, which kind of presets you have in mind ?

      -D

    • #133705
      jcshirke
      Member

      Daniel,

      At the moment, just two. 2 x 2290s (I believe it's 6573, from the vintage gear bank) and Vintage Delays (654).

      Thanks,

      Jeff

    • #133706
      DanielH
      Member

      Check attached file

      Hope this get you started. 

      hear is the modules manual, you'll need it as you go further:

      http://forum.eventide.com/cs/forums/t/6886.aspx

    • #133708
      jcshirke
      Member

      Thanks a lot, Daniel.

      I've basically copied exactly what you did in the Vintage Delay algorithm. The only difference I can see is that my mixer module has two additional (blue) control field on it, and one user object (magenta) field. Is that okay, or should I change (or delete?) them?

      I would attach a screen shot, but I don't see any way to do so. 

      Hopefully I'll be able to do the same thing with the 2 x 2290 preset. It looks a lot more complex (the algorithm, that is), and there are 4 outputs. I don't know if that changes anything??

      I got some advice from another Eventide user, and he said that I should reduce the input of the 2 x 2290 preset (after I add the mix module) to -6db. Where/how do I make that change?

      Thanks,

      Jeff

      Thanks,

      Jeff

    • #133709
      jcshirke
      Member

      Daniel,

      There are 4 inputs and 4 outputs in the 2 x 2290 patch. Is there a way to take all four inputs and add them to a mixer module? Or do I have to use two mixer modules (one for inputs 1 and 2, the other for inputs 3 and 4) and then use a third mixer module to mix those outputs together?

      Likewise with the 4 outputs. Can 1 add module at the end of the algorithm send the signal to all 4 outputs? Or do I want to somehow reduce the outputs down to 2?

      I can send you this algorithm file if you don't have it on your Eventide. I would need your email, if you want to message me. Or write me at jcshirke AT gmail DOT com

      Thanks,

      Jeff

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