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M9 - stereo harmonizer and detune?
by Pelican_swamp on 2013-03-26 22:51:39

Hello.

I want to buy Line6 m9 for stereo pedal board

Is it possible to do with it?

1) Stereo detune. I would want that the first channel is 100% dry, and the other 100% wet. Or both 100% wet, but with different settings.

2) Stereo smart harmony. The same thing. The first channel is 100% dry, the second 100% wet.



Re: M9 - stereo harmonizer and detune?
by phil_m on 2013-03-27 06:23:14

None of the stereo effects on the M9 work this way. There are some true stereo effects in the sense that they maintain a stereo separation going through them, but none of them let you separate the wet and dry between left and right like this.



Re: M9 - stereo harmonizer and detune?
by Pelican_swamp on 2013-03-27 06:55:04

OK. Forgotten smart harmony and detune.

I want to emulate double track when I play into two amps. Can I do this with m9?



Re: M9 - stereo harmonizer and detune?
by phil_m on 2013-03-27 07:01:35

Well, there is the Stereo Delay effect, and you could try setting it up so each side has short delay times that differ from each other a little; or you could set it up so that one side has the mix control set to zero and have the other side set to a short delay. That may be give you something like want you want, but ultimately, I don't think it's going to be all that convincing of an emulation of true double-tracking. The Vetta had a double-tracking feature that I know some people liked, but Line 6 hasn't included that on any of their products since.



Re: M9 - stereo harmonizer and detune?
by Pelican_swamp on 2013-03-27 12:20:27

Maybe there is a simple chorus, which only adds a replica signal with variable delay? Put 100% wet, and we will not hear the modulations.

Or pitch vibrato with minimal amplitude and frequency?

Can it help?




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