Presets - Eventide Audio

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Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Ducked Delay
Instrument
guitar
Downloads
688
Description
The H9 has various compressors and my favorites are in EQCompressor (duh!), Ducked Delay, and DynaVerb. Yes, if you shut of the delay and reverb in the latter two algorithms you have feature-rich compressors just waiting to squish something. This, of course, was totally intended by Eventide. I'm posting a compressor preset for each of these algorithms to raise awareness and to give one generic example of how one accesses these compressors. Please read the "info" tab in the top right corner of the control app for more detail information on operation. 9/7/2022
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Ducked Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
785
Description
Short DELAYs and loads of FEEDBACK form metallic resonances that only kick in after note decay. Some fretboard techniques (vibrato, etc.) can also coax the tubular sounds out of the gate. These long flutter echoes will eventually decay; thanks to the value of the inline FILTER inside the FEEDBACK loop(s). Bump up the DELAY times for ping-ponging effects. The expression pedal mapping is there to 'fade out' the extreme feedback, with increasingly darker echoes, through nearly inaudible delays. As always, the REPEAT performance switch freezes the delay buffers, while blocking further input. Here, it produces infinite tubing and droning 'pitches'.
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Ducked Delay
Instrument
Any
Downloads
968
Description
Delay simulates looper with a band filter, interesting sounds can be created, enjoy
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Ducked Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
716

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Ducked Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
813

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Ducked Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
914
Description
The coarser delay-based take on resonant filtering can make for some unusual drones. And that can be most any of the TimeFactor or PitchFactor algorithms. But the Ducked Delay algorithm can be set up as automated switching between new input, and the trailing drones. It's a unique variation on FREEZE, with footswitch action replaced by your playing technique and dynamics. The two DELAYs set up parallel 'drones' with infinite FEEDBACK (which the inline FILTER will eventually 'decay' . This THRESHOLD setting ensures that most any input note will cause the drones to duck down. A quick note release snaps the drone level back, while a legato fade or string decay will gradually bring up the held sound. Longer input notes disguise the discrete echo repeats, and finger vibrato can coax the drones back seamlessly. No HotSwitch here, but the Performance Switch controls REPEAT (yet another variable locking the frozen sound). At first glance, there's nothing special with the expression pedal programming. DELAY A goes from 75mS to 25mS, while DELAY B drops from 100 mS to 50 mS. A switch to Tempo mode will quantize your parameter ranges in interesting ways. But this kind of 'time modulation' gives up several effects; depending on how & when you use it. It can change the beating ratio between tubular sounds. It can bend the apparent pitch, or 'erase' the drones with micro-delay times. There's sped-up and slowdown FX. Or rhythmic imprints over the recirculating FEEDBACK. All this can be done in the background (input + ducked delays), or the foreground (no input + delay levels up).