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  1. Some late night spooky bass sounds ... signal split with LS2: 1) C4 Chordially Invited patch by @Quatschmacher with 2) octave up (Ehx Epitome) into Octo reverb (M9) and Univibe  ( Boss V Wah). Later 1) goes into C4 envelope filter with gated fuzz, and expression pedal sweeping filter frequency,  into chorus ( Marshall Regenerator) and delay ( Nux Timecore) .. clip coming....


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  2. 1 hour ago, Al Krow said:

    @Jonathan Bee

    Managed to get my little Lekato looper set up and running this week which btw is a massive improvement on the Helix (and Zoom) looper! Here's a few promised clips demoing the Helix octave up, and A/B with the Digitech Mosaic, which I think you'll agree is better still. 

    Octave up - Helix & Mosaic.zip 10.92 MB · 2 downloads

    Thanks so much @Al Krow  🙂 Very generous and thorough of you! I agree the mosaic sounds better on single lines, but on chords I thought it sounded a bit muddy, where as the Helix sounded bright and clear... with a bit of reverb and eq or filtering could sound sweet I reckon. For single lines I prefer the sound of the micropog so far. I don't think I'll be departing from it yet. 

  3. 2 minutes ago, Quatschmacher said:

    The octave up is by their own admission not the best. Polyphonic pitch has a bit of delay. Have you tried using a monophonic octave up?

    I'll give a blast later, thanks man 🙂

  4. I've been messing around with sending an octave up signal using the 'polyphonic' setting out of output 2 to be separately effected from the lower octave signal I'm sending to output 1, thinking I could do away with my EHX Epitome which usually provides my octave up with it's micro pog circuit. There seems to be a 'warble' on the octave up signal even though envelope/filter/distortion and tremolo are all off. Any ideas why this might be @Quatschmacher

  5. After falling head over heals for the C4, I have a few pedals for sale. 

    20200707_205154.thumb.jpg.f475f65f7b7b34d07088a75c13ee1535.jpgZvex Mastotron: original volume knob replaced (see pics) £80 Inc post 

    Any questions, just ask! 







  6. Being able to store more than 6 presets, starting to tweak with the editor, and being able to use the expression pedal now through the hub have really made this pedal 'pop' for me! Also being able to load other peoples patches from the cloud is ace, many of mine are from @Quatschmacher... thanks again! 

    It's replaced my Mastotron, Manta, and Sonuus Wahoo... will most likely be selling these soon 🙂

  7. After much faffing I've found I can use the Soundblox Hub with the Neuro Editor (rather than the hub editor) and store presets straight from the cloud to the hub. I couldn't find a way of transferring presets from the C4 to the hub. I'm out of my depth tried to understand how to send midi commands! Either way, now I can use the midi mouse to flick through the presets in the hub.

    Hub-a-dub-dub! 🙂

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