Decent Place To Download Hd500x Tones?
Posted 25 March 2014 - 02:09 AM
I would also recommend Glenn DeLaune. At the cost of a cup of coffee and a croissant at Starbucks, you will get some of the best patches created to date (my opinion) and an education. Search for him on Youtube as well because his videos are very informative.
Posted 25 March 2014 - 03:56 AM
Thanks, guys! Are Glenn's patches good in live settings? I seen a series of youtube videos about getting certain artist tones, it was just a video of the edit software and a guy talking over it.
Only one way to find out...too many variables to predict whether or not somebody else's patches are gonna work for you. Truth is, on a good day you will only be able to use them as a starting point. And it's debatable whether or not that saves you any time, compared to starting from scratch. The more familiar with the unit you get, odds are you'll find it easier to just do it yourself. Tweaking is inevitable no matter what you do.
Posted 25 March 2014 - 06:16 AM
He has a set designed to go into the front of a clean amp or fx loop for live situations.
Yes, you are going to have to teach yourself and learn how to use the unit and coax out of it your sound, but part of learning anything is studying the work of others. Customtone is a great source in my opinion, but there are a lot of variables. Glenn is a professional musician with a lot of recording experience and he explains what he does and how he does it. That goes a long way when you start creating your own patches.