Totally agree, Karlic Anything that gets you quicker to realising your ideas rather than time spent on programming ....
As you'll know the circuitry in the CE-1 was a lot bigger (if that's anything to go by) and to my ears was quite distinctly different - having a thinner more HiFi quality to it.
The CE-2 had more lower mids that made it sound 'thicker or warmer' and less HiFi like .....
The Rockman stereo chorus is also right up there with the best imho - and with unique features when using in stereo.
One thing I believe common to these choruses (and a couple of others) was the old panasonic mn3007 chip.
Yes, I was just wondering from Karlic's post if there were more that it shipped with .....
On your suggestion Burkhard, I have just sourced the basic intervals of various scales so will post below for any users who wish to add to their arsenal
Ionian Ionian 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Dorian Dorian 1,2,b3,4,5,6,b7
Phrygi Phrygian 1,b2,b3,4,5,b6,b7
Lydian Lydian 1,2,3,#4,5,6,7
Mixoly Mixolydian 1,2,3,4,5,6,b7
Aeolia Aeolian 1,2,b3,4,5,b6,b7
Locria Locrian 1,b2,b3,4,b5,b6,b7
PntMin Pentatonic minor 1,b3,4,5,b7
PntMaj Pentatonic major 1,2,3,5,6
Blues Blues 1,b3,4,b5,5,b7
DimHlf Diminished half 1,b2,b3,3,b5,5,6,b7
DimWhl Diminished whole 1,2,b3,4,b5,b6,6,7
Whole Wholetone 1,2,3,#4,#5,b7
MelMin Melodic minor 1,2,b3,4,5,6,7
HrmMin Harmonic minor 1,2,b3,4,5,b6,7
SupLoc Super Locrian 1,b2,b3,b4,b5,b6,b7
Lyd b7 Lydian b7 1,2,3,#4,5,6,b7
PhryMa Phrygian major 1,b2,3,4,5,b6,b7
I bought the KPA used and only have Harmonic Minor - how many were there and are others downloadable ?
I've made a few for certain songs but it'd be nice to have more basic presets .....
The TC had about 12.
One feature that would be useful to is to have a list of presets like TC Electronic's G Major 2 was shipped with .....
I have to say that for me personally, the chorus post stack does not represent the best place to put it. Why I say this is because, in the old school way of doing it, a tube screamer into the chorus and then to the amp always gave the classic overdriven 'swirl' that I favoured (a CE-2 is very forgiving in overloading it's input) and using it post stack does not generate this effect so much .... Same for the CE-1 (with variable input gain) although it was designed for keys, it too, sounded great ..... a bit more HiFi-like and really suitable for chordal work
Wish it sounded as good as the CE-2 .... that for me is still the one (in a pedal)
On further investigation it does work quite well as when I first tried it I put it in the first Stomp slot. It was rather abrupt and not swelling. I then put it in the Delay slot and noticed it achieving the 'swell' which could be determined by the delay time
Much better after the amp ......
Even at a 1ms delay time it was useable and increasing this to 2000ms was ...... slow !
To get the delay readout in milliseconds uncheck 'to tempo'
Another bump for a Slow Gear type of effect. While the above mentioned delay settings go some way towards it, there's not enough length of swell to really achieve it ....
I have just had this issue ( OS: 188.8.131.5263 ) and thanks to the above posters my fix was also found in the Output section
Aux to headphones was on 0.8.
As soon as I rolled it back to 0, it started to work again
Speaker-wise I'd thoroughly recommend an EVM12L and a 1 x 12" Mesa Boogie thiele or halfback as a good cabinet they usually come in ....
Another one that SK did and not too many know about ..... but again in fine form (with a Rockman, no doubt)
There's only one Tommy !
El Maestro Andres Segovia.
"I consider the guitarra the most beautiful instrument that man has created ...... this was my destiny"
Ah, okay, thanks for telling me. I guess a solution may be in the pipeline then ......
I have a performance set up with two different rigs using morph rise times (2.5secs) to a PPTC module at 12 and morphing from 0 to 100% mix and volume from 0 to +2
My heel pitch and toe pitch are both at 12.
If I switch from one rig to the other from an unmorphed state - all is fine and both morphs work as expected but if I switch from a morphed state, the first morph on the new rig does not 'rise' - it is instant.
The second time I morph, it behaves as it should and rises.
Aha, yes I uploaded the white noise files. If I get them first I'll be sure to put them up asap
The wahs are always up-to-date and available to all, lento.
All instructions, settings and presets documented and downloadable:
Hmmm ..... I uploaded my Fulltone Clyde Deluxe over a month ago but can't see it there .... Have messaged Don Peterson about it but not heard back yet
By the way, how does it work - do we wait on the next 'update' to get the recent uploaded wahs ?