Presets - Eventide Audio

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Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Author
nsanchez
Downloads
2176

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
nsanchez
Downloads
1286

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
nsanchez
Downloads
1366

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Downloads
4949
Description
Recreation of the legendary Binson Echorec inspired by this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du4xm2IG53I
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
guitar
Downloads
488
Description
I once traveled to far off lands to find the best Binson Echorec H9 presets in the world. I'm posting three of these presets with a total of seven beautifully cacophonous delays. Use an expression pedal and the hotswitch to get at them. Most, if not all of these seven, were originally created by Brock (it's tough to recall which ones) and I just tweaked them a bit (as should you). Thanks to Brock for his endless generosity. 9/7/2022
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
879

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
Imerkat
Downloads
2361
Description
This is based on the Boss Dm-2 used by Dave Keuning of The Killers in the song "When You Were Young". Expression pedal/Hotknob controls the feedback to a controlled oscillation that doesn't drown your signal.
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Downloads
826

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
SuprDav
Downloads
1222

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Author
nsanchez
Downloads
1072

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Downloads
896

Description
Chorus effect I use when I play funk/disco tracks. Can be subtle or drastic according to taste.
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Author
jblr
Downloads
1864

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
744
Description
While Repeat is latched, the parameters can still be manipulated with an expression pedal, so the loops can dynamically evolve. And since a latched Repeat is essentially 100% Feedback, the actual feedback controls can be set somewhat lower. Un-latch Repeat, and the loops can decay at adjustable rates. Expression Pedal Heel: Delay A = 75 ms. Expression Pedal Toe: Delay A = 3000 ms. Delay A = a short slapback flutter echo + quick fade at the default (EXP PED heel). Delay B = a long loop with a somewhat long decay time. Mirrored notes minus the flutter. The Repeat switch latches the loops for infinite feedback & loop mangling in Delay A. Expression pedal speeds / drags the "tape reels" for extreme pitch bends in Delay A. Latch Repeat [Delay A buffer full] for retro tape speed pitchbending and '50's space FX. Unlatch Repeat for long loop decays that can still be manipulated with the EXP PED.
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Any
Author
brock
Downloads
860
Description
Expression Pedal Heel:  Feedback A = 110% Expression Pedal Heel:  Feedback B = 110% Expression Pedal Heel:  Mod Depth= 10 Expression Pedal Toe:  Feedback A = 0% Expression Pedal Toe:  Feedback B = 0% Expression Pedal Toe:  Mod Depth= 20  "Utterly without redeeming social value" preset.  Crazy vibrato in phase-offset loops. The Repeat switch latches feedback anywhere from the default runaway setting on down. EXP PED increases modulation depth while decaying the loops (+ base pitch shifting). Not for the squeamish, but can be tamed (lower Mod) for fast-syncing phased looping.  
Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Downloads
888

Use With
TimeFactor, H9
Algorithm
Vintage Delay
Instrument
Guitar
Downloads
5431
Description
Les Paul > H9 > Vox AC30 Your standard Edge double delay set roughly to the correct tempo of With or Without You. He kind of favors strats now but the real magic of this tone is 3 things: 1) AC30 driven just a little bit 2) Heavily Modulated Double Tapped delay (1/4 and dotted 1/8th) 3) The Most Important - A pick with grips played upside down so you are scraping away from the strings. Officially I believe he uses Herdim picks but Dunlop Max Grip does the same thing are more easily available state side. http://www.stringsandbeyond.com/herdim-standard.html http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/max-grip-nylon-standard Happy Hunting!